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Best Buy will sell musical instruments at two South Florida stores

Best Buy will begin selling musical instruments and musical recording equipment at 75 to 85 Best Buy stores across the U.S., and starting today you can also buy instruments online at BestBuy.com.

South Florida will be getting two of these music centers later this year -- but exact dates have not been announced. There will be one at the Pembroke Pines Best Buy and one at the Dadeland Station store.

It will exist as a store within a store, and will include more than 1,000 guitars, bass, drums, keyboards and recording equipment, as well as other musical instruments and accessories. The stores will also offer group and individual guitar lessons. Band instruments will be available online -- not in stores.

Seven Best Buy stores in Southern California and Minneapolis participated in a pilot of the musical instruments store-within-a-store concept that launched earlier this year. The program recently expanded to Chicago and Washington D.C., bringing the current musical instrument store count to ten.


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