Music shop makes sound waves in Phnom Penh

Music shop makes sound waves in Phnom Penh

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After a week of working and studying, young people can enjoy activities and blow off some steam by hanging out with friends, eating out, playing sport or music.

Next to the Institute of Technology of Cambodia, you will find a very nicely decorated music instrument shop with a huge sign that says “Yamaha” and “imusic”.

Inside the shop, you can explore a world of music equipment, with dozens of guitars displayed in the showroom.  

Imusic sells guitars, pianos, digital pianos, mixers, electronic drums, basses, flutes, saxophones and, trumpets.

Rithy Lomorkesor, a sales executive at imusic, says the store mostly sells Yamaha equipment.

These are original, imported products with a one-year warranty.

All the music equipment falls in different pricing categories. The price of a digital piano for example ranges from $2,000 to $8,000.

If you are a real music fan and curious about how it is, you can go to imusic at 90A, Russian Blvd, Sangkat Teuk Laark1, Khan Tuol Kok, Phnom Penh.

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