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Come down to Kingston Sound Works to check it out!
Store Hours: Monday-Saturday: 11am-6pm
Address: 368 Rideau St. Kingston, Ontario.
Founded in 1988 Kingston Sound Works has been a staple in the local music scene for over 17 years. We started with a rehearsal space and PA rental company and shortly after opening began to sell a full line of musical instruments and run a school of music. Over time we established ourselves as the go to source for live sound production and in 2013 we made the decision to make that our prime focus. Kingston Sound Works is a bustling sound production company and retailer of professional audio gear. We rent and sell PA equipment, lighting, home recording gear, projectors and other AV equipment, and we operate a thriving business installing these products from your home theater to hockey arenas. Ever expanding the bounds of what we can do we are Kingston’s pro audio specialists. – See more at: https://musicfly.ca/store/kingston-soundworks-2/#sthash.jV5LtsPX.dpuf
NAME | Kingston Sound Works
ADDRESS | 368 Rideau St, Kingston, ON K7K 3B1
PHONE | 613-344-0300
EMAIL | firstname.lastname@example.org
WEBSITE | http://www.kingstonsoundworks.com/
Monday- Saturday: 11am - 6pm
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