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“It's a great place to hang out.”
“They always got the best prices and know their gear.”
Beware. Great prices, but at the cost of false promises. Check the return policy and god help you if anything bad happens with your equipment.
All items purchased here is under warranty. We are authorized dealers of everything that we sell and everything here is under warranty. Please feel free to contact us if there is a problem.
Good Selection. Found what I was looking for
Favorite DJ Equipment & Vinyl Shop in NYC by FAR.. I seriously love this place! The selection of vinyl and DJ Equipment is the best in New York City. They have the best prices... period... and they've been in business longer than anyone else (and it shows). Be prepared to spend some time there as well. It's a great place to hang out.
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The ultimate one-stop shop offers not only records, but also Knicks tickets, jewelry and audio equipment..
Rock & Soul is a block away from Madison Square Garden, so there's always some kind of Knicks ticket-scalping action going on outside. Inside, there's a jewelry counter featuring impressive gold chains and rings. Rock & Soul also has racks and stacks of turntables, mixers, faders, speakers, whistlers, woofers, tweeters--you name it, they got it. And yes, they also do repairs. The record section is in the back, beneath a loft-like second-floor area.
What They've Got
Seventy percent vinyl, 30 percent CDs. The hip-hop and R&B section is what hits you when you first duck through the doorway--racks of 12-inches and albums by everyone from the Treacherous Three to A Tribe Called Quest to Trick Daddy. If you never got around to picking up a copy of "Humpty Dance" back in 1988, you can do it now.
There are also racks of special-pressing 12-inches that feature several artists on one disc--say, a song by Missy Elliot and Timbaland, one by Nas, and two by Busta Rhymes--all for the low, low price of $4.99. Toward the back is a smallish but solid soul and jazz section with tons of unopened James Brown, Delfonics and Thelonious Monk discs for $8.99 a pop, and behind that is the reggae section. Further up front, there's an extensive house and techno section.
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