I went to unload an old MIDI footpedal I'd owned for years and years and only rarely used - a Behringer FCB1010. Actually a pretty good product, built like a tank. Took QUITE some time to complete the transaction, but while I was there: - guitar and bass walls looked well stocked - lots of stuff in the drum section - keyboards and synths, I'm not sure what the latest stuff is but they didn't have much beyond a bunch of digital keyboards, one Moog semi modular analog and a big Roland drum machine. - the Yamaha electric I sold them a few months back is still on the wall in the Used section, still dusty, tone knob pot still wobbly (looks like the nut just needs to be tightened) - There is a black Fender acoustic guitar on a stand near the checkout with the top caved in. No ironic sign or anything, so not sure what the point of that was - A young lady (late teens?) accompanied by maybe her mom and aunt looked like she was buying her first electric guitar and right chuffed about it too. That was good to see. - one guy of my elderly persuasion walked out in disgust after not getting the attention he so craved - Guy said "if I buy this guitar can I get new strings on it?" - they agreed The half dozen employees I saw were running around and dealing with 3 customers at a time. I had some time to kill so I just took a chill pill. Got my $45 and bought 4 packs of acoustic guitar strings.