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    • 9.5
      Music Store
      6400 W Sunset Blvd (btwn Ivar & Cahuenga Blvd), Los Angeles
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      • Rob W.

        Rob W. • April 6, 2010Biggest, best music store anywhere. Great used deals, amazing vinyl assortment. Good celeb sighting, too, if you're into that sort of thing.

    • 9.1
      Music Store
      3101 Pico Blvd (at 30th), Santa Monica
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      • Chris T.

        Chris T. • December 13, 2009My personal favorite music shop in Southern California, particularly for acoustic instruments. Check out the excellent performances they have year round: great acts in an intimate setting.

    • 8.8
      Music Store
      7425 Sunset Blvd
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      • Ryan C.

        Ryan C. • August 27, 2014Ask for Ryan. Will help u with alot. Very knowledgeable

    • 8.4
      Music Store
      714 Santa Monica Blvd (Lincoln Blvd.), Santa Monica
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      • Maroon 5

        Maroon 5 • June 7, 2012My favorite music store in LA. They have an amazing selection of boutique amps, pedals, and guitars. - James

    • 8.0
      Music Store
      14209 Ventura Boulevard, Sherman Oaks
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      • Seismic Audio

        Seismic Audio • December 21, 2011Sounding like a professional musician when you are on a budget is tough. Seismic Audio Speakers gives you high quality performing gear at rock bottom wholesale prices! www.seismicaudiospeakers.com

    • 7.9
      Music Store
      19510 Nordhoff St, Northridge
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      • Sundial N.

        Sundial N. • March 20, 2012Voted #3 Music Store in the Daily Sundial's Best of CSUN 2012

    • 7.9
      Music Store
      7360 W Sunset Blvd (N. Vista St.), Los Angeles
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      • Dmitry K.

        Dmitry K. • May 30, 2016If you need musical instrument visit Sam.

    • 7.5
      Music Store
      2149 W Sunset Blvd (Mohawk St.), Los Angeles
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      • Stephen K.

        Stephen K. • March 1, 2014Open 7 days a week, 12-8.

    • 7.6
      Music Store
      7301 Melrose Ave (at Pointsettia Pl), Los Angeles
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      • Thirsty J.

        Thirsty J. • December 26, 2011Actually a great collection of comic books and action figures too!

    • 7.4
      Music Store
      10831 W Pico Blvd (at Westwood Blvd.), Los Angeles
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      • Andres R.

        Andres R. • June 1, 2014Way better than the one in Sunset Blvd. Lots of electronic instruments and DJ gear. The assistance here is unique!

    • 7.4
      Bookstore
      1839 E 1st St (at Bailey St), Los Angeles
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      • Thirsty J.

        Thirsty J. • October 21, 2016Part art gallery/indie radio station/book store/ clothing store/ event space, friendly staff, just ask what's going on in #BoyleHeights

    • 6.7
      Music Store
      8701 LA Tijera Blvd, Los Angeles
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      • Greg R.

        Greg R. • October 16, 2011A lot of their vinyl is in bad shape. Decent prices though

    • 8.8
      Record Shop
      5906 1/2 N Figueroa St (Avenue 59), Los Angeles
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      • Brett W.

        Brett W. • August 25, 2014Super well curated selection of industrial/minimal/cold/darkwave vinyl and tapes. Plenty of other genres too. Shop is kind of occult themed. Little pricey, but almost always worth it. Rare stuff.

    • 6.4
      Music Store
      Los Angeles
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      • livio s.

        livio s. • June 20, 2015The owner is the most horrible person I met. Unhelpful and aggressive. Avoid the place. The clerk is a nice old guy but the guy who makes the prices is just nuts.

    • 8.9
      Record Shop
      3815 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles
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      • LA Home & Style

        LA Home & Style • March 9, 2013The first vinyl shop that opened in the neighborhood and still going strong.

    • 8.8
      Record Shop
      1646 Sawtelle Blvd (Santa Monica), Los Angeles
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      • Jonathan C.

        Jonathan C. • August 14, 2014My favorite record store in all of LA. Excellent, curated selection that includes dance cuts, indie selections, classical, hip hop and more. Knowledgeable and friendly staff too.

    • 8.4
      Record Shop
      5116 York Blvd (at Avenue 51), Los Angeles
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      • Veggie A.

        Veggie A. • November 9, 2013Fantastic place w/ a great selection of rock, & soul records. Their grading system is always on point & I never have to worry about taking home a seemingly good record only to have it pop & skip.

    • 8.1
      Record Shop
      7706 Melrose Ave (Spaulding), Los Angeles
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      • Jon D.

        Jon D. • March 10, 2012Excellent committed hard core, punk and thrash used music store.

    • 6.3
      Bookstore
      943 N Broadway Ste 203 (btw Bernard & College), Los Angeles
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      • Racked

        Racked • April 18, 2013Part art shop, part bookshop, part clothing boutique, this teensy second floor Chinatown shop is stocked with super-hip (and sometimes odd) ephemera, 'zines, jewelry and clothes for men and women.

    • 8.2
      Record Shop
      12436 Santa Monica Blvd (at Centinela Ave.), Los Angeles
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      • LT X.

        LT X. • February 20, 2012Nothing but classics here. CDs, DVDs, & vinyl. Anybody can spend hours up in here!

    • 8.1
      Record Shop
      6408 Selma Ave (Cahuenga), Los Angeles
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      • Josef S.

        Josef S. • November 17, 2016They sell a fair bit of second hand hifi gear including record players. Super knowledgeable.

    • 7.9
      Record Shop
      13616 Ventura Blvd (Woodman Ave), Sherman Oaks
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      • Arnie P.

        Arnie P. • December 18, 2014The old timers that work here are super knowledgable. Do not be afraid to ask questions.

    • 7.8
      Record Shop
      1816 W Sunset Blvd (at Lemoyne St), Los Angeles
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      • Thirsty J.

        Thirsty J. • August 17, 2014Two words - air conditioning! Oh, two more - rare vinyl. Oh, two more - live bands!

    • 7.9
      Record Shop
      4628 York Blvd, Los Angeles
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      • Katherine M.

        Katherine M. • August 25, 2014"Used rock and soul records for totally reasonable prices. Enough gems to make the crate-flipping worthwhile." See also: Mt. Analog "for the leather jacket set" and Wombleton's "eye-popping rarities".

    • 7.6
      Record Shop
      3149 Glendale Blvd (Madera Ave), Los Angeles
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      • Red F.

        Red F. • June 24, 2014Heavy into the tape scene, but also has a great balance of new and old records. Trevor is great and really knowledgeable. Huge jazz fan and can get you any unique records you request.

    • 7.5
      Record Shop
      5911 Franklin Ave (at Bronson Ave.)
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      • Monica C.

        Monica C. • August 17, 2014You can easily spend hours browsing here. Great selection of used books & LPs. They are open pretty late, too. Public parking sucks, it's cheap enough to valet it & save yourself a headache.

    • 7.4
      Record Shop
      18926 Ventura Blvd, Tarzana
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      • Josh R.

        Josh R. • October 26, 2011Been coming here for some years now. Good selection of used CDs. I always manage to find something new everytime I come in. If you're a vinyl record collector, this is a must shop place.

    • 7.4
      Record Shop
      1956 Hillhurst Ave (bwn Finley & Clarissa Ave.), Los Angeles
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      • Xavier R.

        Xavier R. • March 8, 2013My favorite record shop. Good peoples! They're the storefront outlet for TheMusic.com. Reasonably priced. Very curated selections. Lots of high-fidelity 200g pressings. You WILL find something here.

    • 7.2

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      1136 Abbot Kinney Blvd (San Juan), Venice
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      • Cenk O.

        Cenk O. • May 14, 2015Best place for quality music & vinyls !!! You can become an addict for those records :) By the way it is not owned by Jay-Z ! :)))

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      Music Store
      Los Angeles
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      • Paul J.

        Paul J. • April 3, 2010Best music store in Hollywood. Skip the big boxes and come straight here. It will save you time, money and heartache.

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