Best Buy To Begin Selling Musical Instruments Nationally

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  1. KenH

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    Minneapolis, MN -- Best Buy, the nation’s leading consumer electronics retailer, today announced that it will begin offering musical instruments and musical recording equipment at an additional 75-85 Best Buy stores across the U.S. and online at www.BestBuy.com. The diverse musical instrument and recording line-up will include more than 1,000 guitars, bass, drums, keyboards and recording equipment, as well as other musical instruments and accessories, all available at entry level and professional price points.

    "The introduction of musical instruments is a natural progression for Best Buy," explained Steve Hehir, senior vice president of musical instruments for Best Buy. "Consumers have always looked to us as a resource for music in a variety of formats. Now they'll be able to rely on us for help with musical performance and creating too."

    Existing as a "store within a store" Best Buy musical instrument locations will feature trained musical instrument specialists. In addition to retail sales, Best Buy musical instrument stores will offer group and individual guitar lessons.

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    I read in a form that if you return something to Best Buy, they will only refund 85% of the money you paid for it.
     

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