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Royal Harp Instruments

For nearly thirty years, Todd Peters has invested himself in music production and performance. Life as a touring musician and guitar technician has earned him his reputable expertise in repairing, building, and maintaining stringed instruments. Todd continues to educate local players and service their guitars while offering access to a great line-up of Boutique products. 

Nightlife Electronics

Nightlife Electronics is a shop dedicated to the sale, repair and restoration of synthesizers, drum machines, DJ equipment and various other sound making gadgets and devices. 

Oxbow Audio Lab

Oxbow Audio Lab is more than just amazing pedals, made by amazing people. OAL is a place that is committed to providing you with a quality product at a fair price.

Their showroom is located at 898 Dundas St. in Old East Village, London ON. Steps away from Western Fair.

Van Halteren’s Music Centre

Van Halteren Music Centre was established on November 18, 1974 by Jerry VanHalteren and his younger brother Zeger at the suggestion of Jerry’s wife Grace who thought a music store would be a good idea since Lindsay had lost it’s only music store less than 1 year earlier. Jerry paid a visit to the bank to see what his worth was and less than one month later Van Halteren Music Centre was open for business.

Duncan Music

Locally Owned and Operated Since 1995

Bonerattle Music

Bonerattle Music offers a wide range of high quality instruments, amplifiers and accessories.

Their admirable Mission Statement is:

1) To promote local music.
2) To make music affordable and easy enough for anyone to play and enjoy.

The Acoustic Room

The Acoustic Room is Hamilton's newest and most unique Acoustic Instrument Store.

They promise a comfortable and friendly environment for you to see, hear, feel and "experience" the instruments that may be your next investment.

O’Brien’s Music Inc.

In 1939 Roy O’Brien opened the doors of O’Brien’s Music at 278 Water Street in downtown St. John’s. Newfoundland was still its own country, Roy and his wife Nellie waved their national pride high, becoming one of the first retailers of Newfoundland and Irish music. The store quickly became the biggest seller of accordions in Canada when Newfoundland joined confederation. Roy and Nellie raised six children in their home upstairs from the store, which had become a magnet for music-lovers.


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