Weiss, David
July 2005
Mix;Jul2005, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p147
Reports on the impact of New York City's pro audio retailers and their operating style on the music industry. Allocation of four separate demonstration rooms built to mirror control room by Dale Pro Audio; Delivery of best products to customers; Advantages of the corporate structure of Guitar Center.


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