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#255871 - 02/05/09 12:24 PM Uk and european members...
adimatis Offline
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Registered: 01/28/05
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...how's digital village as a musical instruments store? do you have some experience with it? i plan buying some equipment form them - should i expect good? i thing they have a good name among customers, right?
thanks.
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#255872 - 02/05/09 02:06 PM Re: Uk and european members...
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Why not support one of the great SZ dealers we have here? Like Frankieve, George Kaye, AJ, etc etc ..they have always done the right thing by SZ members.

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#255873 - 02/05/09 02:40 PM Re: Uk and european members...
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Originally posted by Dnj:
Why not support one of the great SZ dealers we have here? Like Frankieve, George Kaye, AJ, etc etc ..they have always done the right thing by SZ members.


In Europe and UK ?

Impuls :-)
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#255874 - 02/05/09 02:50 PM Re: Uk and european members...
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Adi is from Romania, I think...

I don't think George has a branch over there.
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#255875 - 02/06/09 02:40 AM Re: Uk and european members...
adimatis Offline
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Guys (not only George and Frank) if you ever plan to start a new business or branch with musical instruments in Romania, I'd love being your customer or even partner!



in the meanwhile, I need to deal with European internet stores.

Donny, is it you didn't read carefully either the poster name or the topic's subject?!

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#255876 - 02/06/09 04:52 AM Re: Uk and european members...
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I think this is where Donny got confused...chuckle... http://www.missromaniaunitedstates.com/miss_romania_usa_info.html

[This message has been edited by RMepstead (edited 02-06-2009).]
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#255877 - 02/06/09 04:59 AM Re: Uk and european members...
adimatis Offline
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what about that! I didnt even know there was such a beauty contest...

i agree that might've been the reason...
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#255878 - 02/06/09 05:35 AM Re: Uk and european members...
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There is Piens in Belgium and also Synth Planet which is a division of Piens.

All the best,
Mike
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#255879 - 02/06/09 05:51 AM Re: Uk and european members...
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Registered: 03/09/02
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Rock Shop Musikinstrumente Verkauf Musikinstrumente Backline PA und ...
Das Online-Musikhaus Rock Shop für Musikinstrumente aus Karlsruhe ... Rock Shop Newsletter. AGB. Haftung und Datenschutz. Zahlungsweisen & Versandkosten.

Take a look at their on line store,I have made several expensive purchases from them.Aways fast delivery,a good on line and phone customer service,and excellent after sales.The site is in multible language.Hope this may help.

Gilbert.

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#255880 - 02/06/09 05:51 AM Re: Uk and european members...
trident Offline
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Registered: 08/22/04
Posts: 1457
Loc: Athens, Greece
Piens makes you submit info and email, in order to get a quote, Synthplanet does not do that.

Synthplanet works as a kind of portal to different affiliated stores (probably a group of companies). One comany carries Roland, another carries Yamaha etc.

I suspect the reason for low prices in the UK is the depreciation of the pound against the Euro (now almost identical), coupled with the UK lowering the VAT percentage. (VAT is what screws European customers, vs US customers)

So, UK Digital Village carries PSR-S900 for about 1350 Euros, compared to about 1600 Euros in Thomann.

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