#1
I say UK but I really mean England/Wales. Preferably in/near the SW.

I've been to Mansons and they're pretty good but their range isn't the biggest.
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#3
GAK's in Brighton (complete opposite of NW, its the SE)
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^ indeed.

oxford guitar gallery is pretty good. so's guitar guitar (scotland or newcastle). machinehead in hitchin (north london/hertfordshire) is pretty good too.

sounds great has good stock on their website, but i've never been. ditto jam guitars and charlie chandlers (and chandlers, those are two different shops with the same name).

probably more i haven't heard of since i'm not english.
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#5
Yeah thats the thing with mansons, they arent great for amps and theyre pricey too. Where do u live exactly.
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