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Q: I'm looking for the best music shop in Xi'an?

I'm looking to buy real top quality classical guitar strings. Top of the range ones, not the ones that go black after a month (Chinese love these because they are cheap and every music shop has them). A foot rest (I found one on taobao but I would like one that looks like it might last more than a few days) and an arm rest (never seen one in China) for classical guitar. As well as a quality metronome and some good sheet music (not the book with Greensleeves and such, I'm talking Carcassi, Sor, Bach and so on).

10 years 18 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Xi'an

 
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i dont know where have good music tools shop in xi'an ,but you could go to xi'an music university take a around, i think nearby there should have some music shop. the xi'an music university at northern of Xi'ao Zhai(小寨), that is a famous place in southern part of xi'an, get directions from people and you won't miss it. Smile

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go to xiao zai ... there on 2nd floor you will find what you need...Smile tc.

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