View Single Post
  #6 (permalink)  
Old 18th February 2010 , 10:46 PM
Piano
Uber Member
 
Piano's Avatar
          
           
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: Central Scotland
Posts: 1,715
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by modz1 View Post
+1 as Dave said it.. The Romford (East London) Retail Warehouse is the biggest for sure.. If you're traveling down specifically for this 'day in the shop' then no doubt you'll have a great time and the staff there will certainly be pleased to look after you. If however you're wanting to take in some of the central London sights, the DV Clapham (South) and Acton (West) stores are 'tube-hoppable', with the Barnet (North London) store next in distance.

For Romford, your best bet is a tube to Liverpool Street and a short (15/30 mins depending) train ride out there. Then, it's just over a 10 minute walk..

Of course, if you're armed with a vehicle and sat-nav.. scratch the above train shenanigans..
Either way, ENJOY!
Thanks for the advice! We're most likely going down for a long weekend, there is no way my other half will let me spend ALL my time drooling over instrumets and pro audio gear so i think i'll probably visit the romford store and leave it at that, i might be able to convince her to let me visit the others though Got a vehicle and sat nav, just don't know if i'm brave enough to drive in London so it will probably be by rail. Just need to figure out the best place to arrange accommodation for a few nights. I'll have a look online.

Thanks again.
______________________________
System Details. Inta Audio Premium PC, Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit, Cubase 7, Yamaha N12 Digital Mixer.
BandCamp http://chriswilson.bandcamp.com/
SoundCloud. http://soundcloud.com/chris-wilson-1
Piano is offline Offline
Reply With Quote