Originally Posted by Borgoguy
Other than J&R (especially for jazz records), Korvettes had the best record department during that era. Everything you could imagine, including lots of British imports. All for $3-5.
When I was nine, my Mom took my brother and I on two buses to Korvettes to buy me my first acoustic guitar (on sale, of course). I don't recall the brand, but it was a disaster to play. Horrible intonation, and the action had to be two inches off the frets. lol.
And you played the hell out of it didn't you
. Welcome back. Who does not remember Korvettes. Chevy's, the old 50's club on Sunrise highway used to be one. I went to that as Korvettes when I was a kid and Chevy's when I was an older kid. I liked it better the second time.