Modesto >Guitar Center
Imagine everyone of your favorite songs. Butchered. Guess the tab wasn't right, was it?.
I hate this store so much several thoughts of violence came over me writing this review.
This place is horrible.
You walk in to greet the backs of some dark, clothed, wall, upon circumnavigating you find it is actual a female, talking to the "busy" emo clerk ignoring the angry customers holding merch. The purpose of placing this large behemoth there is not to welcome people, but actually as a sentry to chastize, and monitor you and search through every part of your see-through plastic bag. Make sure and command people to empty your bag you fat behemoth. The technical term is rooting, it roots through your bag on its preplaced table to find food.
Do not come here for anything. The staff do not answer questions, and colofully complain when they have too with plenty of attitude, why should they have to answer your questions they just work there. Also they always have peopleholes "demoing" guitars very loudly, and all at the same time. It's really the best when 10 people play at once to really hear the tone. Or if you are trying something out for anything, there always has to be some guy that has to play some wrong half-remembered verse from a tab the forgot most of *bum bum bum bum bum bum *pinch* from the tabsite they were practicing over, and over. Or some guy that has to play the same sweep appregios over and over and over. If you ask him how long he's playing he says 28 years is about 40, so he hangs out at guitar center trying out squiers. Or that feminine emo kids that can play sweeps with their fixed hand postions. Better not move your hands because the dvd didn't show you how yet. Better go home and finish watching the trivium youtube video I think the next part is when the guy ejacys in his mouth.
A humming, beating, vibrating, music mega store..
Just as the electric guitar started gaining popularity in the '60s, so did this once-modest, now monumental music store chain, which has grown to become the country's largest retailer of musical instruments. The store is packed with merchandise hanging overhead, crowding the aisles and monopolizing the walls. Contrary to its name, it's not just about acoustic and electric guitars; it also serves the needs of keyboardists, drummers and horn players.
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