Discussion in 'Regional Clubs' started by Chaz862, Dec 22, 2017.
Va Beach, Red Mill area.
Not far from you at all. I’m behind the municipal area.
I stopped by today and picked up a couple of the CD's and some DVD-A's. Nice place!!
Thanks again for the heads up!
Awesome! Glad you found some stuff. Their CD section is crazy!!
I'm in Williamsburg, James City County
How did I miss this. You get that Maggie done?
They’re saying April sometime. Not yet man.... the Luxman sounding good though.
Spring has sprung and it should be getting warm soon! Maybe it's almost time for a Hampton Roads AK get together????
Wolverine: If you guys wanted to do that I would be game. I never get to talk to audio people face to face.
That makes two of us
Any of you guys been to Electric Audio in VA beach? Would like to get into his store someday to look around. He sends some of his repair stuff to the guy I use here in Williamsburg, Action Electronics.
I have been in there a couple of times and even talked to one of the owners who was interested in my SX-1050 parts unit. They have some good stuff in there and it is priced accordingly so you are not going to get anything at a discount from market prices. He does have some pretty good vinyl in there. If you want to make the trip I am up for giving you the local tour for gear and/or vinyl hunting.
I think 3 makes a quorum....
I have a pretty decent sized backyard that I have to get cleaned up now that warm weather is around the corner but would be willing to host if there is enough interest.
That's a very nice and gracious idea. Would be happy to come.
Went just last Saturday for the first time. He has a decent selection of records and equipment. I follow him on FB and looks like he's working on moving to a new location, can't tell for sure though.
I talked to him on the phone a couple of times looking for something specific. He said he was moving to another space in the same building over the next couple of months.
I was just there on Sat 3/17. He’s just moving a few feet up front, to a larger space. His name is Dave, and he’s fair to deal with. I bought my Klipsch KG’s from him last year, and he does negotiate on price.
If you want to get him going on music, start talking about the Grateful Dead.
His selection of gear is pretty varied; best way to stay current, more or less, is to follow Electric Audio on FB. He often posts pics of recently acquired gear there.
As far as vinyl goes, though, Birdland in Va. Beach is still THE place to go, IMO.
Oh, before I forget, I’d be up for a meet & greet, too.
THanks for the suggestion about Birdland. Looked at the website. Pretty impressive. There is another place in Newport News on Warwick Blvd called American Oldies, although I have not been there in awhile. There is an indoor antiques mall in Lightfoot that is fairly close to me. Lots of records there by many sellers. Will swing by there tomorrow and do some sifting.
If you all have not yet checked out Vinyl Daze on Laskin Rd then you are in for a treat. They sell new turntables as some vintage gear in a side room.
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