#1
I am a CD collector, and I'm going to hit up Amoeba later this month to try to fill in some gaps (I'm only about 20 albums away from having all the albums I want )

I've never been, so to anyone that has: Are their prices worth going for, or should I try to find other stores (as a comparison, I'm used to getting albums for $4-5 on ebay, and for $7-8 in shops)? I'm not from SF at all, I'm just visiting for a week. Does anyone have any other suggestions of CD shops that I can visit?
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#3
Quote by jwizzle5786
Amoeba is really awesome. Prices are fair for a CD store.


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#4
I've only been there once, but yeah, it looked good and the prices from what I remember were great. I was seeing a lot of CDs I'd never be able to find in any music store in my city, unless I bought it off the internet. It's pretty sweet.
#5
Sounds awesome. My life would be made if I was able to find some Emilie Autumn stuff there, though I'm really not expecting it. There's not even any of her old stuff left on ebay anymore.
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Fractured Instinct
(For fans of Death/Groove/Prog Metal)

Ibanez RGA42E
Ibanez S420
LTD H-301
Ibanez RG520
Peavey Predator USA
Douglas Grendel 725
Line 6 Pod HD500X
#6
Quote by jwizzle5786
Amoeba is really awesome. Prices are fair for a CD store.

yep. i normally go to the one in berkeley though
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