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Amoeba Music

166位當地人推薦 · 預估價格為1級(最高4級) ·
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They boast about being the nation’s largest independent used record store, and they live up to it—this flagship spot is staggering in size and scope. It can be intimidating for even veteran record buyers, but you go there enough times and you begin to master the layout. If you’ve never been, it’s worth the pilgrimage just to witness it. Parking in the area is terrible. Luckily, the store has a lot underneath and, unless you’re coming at prime time on Saturday afternoon, odds are you can find a space without a huge hassle.
Oliver
Oliver
November 04, 2016

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Ryan
Ryan
August 19, 2019
10 minutes away is Amoeba. You know that rules.
Becca
Becca
July 01, 2019
Go here while they're still in business at this location. This world-famous record store is the BEST for records, cds, posters, and so much more. Two floors, free parking, free in-store shows by world-famous artists year round, solid used music section, shopped by everyone (celebs and non, alike!)…
David
David
March 18, 2019
Huge classic record shop with fun live music as well.
Nicole
Nicole
January 31, 2019
Biggest Record store in town!
Mary
Mary
December 12, 2018
live shows! vinyl! pros at the register

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6400 Sunset Blvd
CALos Angeles90028
Central Hollywood
電話+1 323-245-6400
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