Prestigious Berlin synthesizer store SchneidersLaden has reopened after closing due to COVID-19. As of today, June 21st, synth enthusiasts can explore the showroom once again.
“My beloved specialty store will now reopen again for our beloved customers after this long abstinence, of course, but we still have some work to do,” wrote Herr Schneider of SchneidersLaden in a June 17th post to Stromkult.com. “The habit of being ‘among ourselves’ for more than a year has turned the showroom into a popular playroom for staff and family, where we would now like to welcome you back.”
“At the moment we are still busy reconnecting all cables and power supplies, combining the modules lying around into meaningful systems, cleaning the counter again and refilling the coffee,” he went on. “At the latest from next Monday, June 21st – beginning of summer – we will be back for you!’
For the showroom at Berlin’s Kotti, appointments are now mandatory to ensure that too many people don’t enter the store at the same time. This also gives the staff enough time for each individual question.
Pre-ordered goods can be picked up as usual on weekdays from 2:00-6:00 PM at their warehouse at Ritterstraße 3, 10969 Berlin. Payments are only possible by card.
Herr Schneider started SchneidersBüro in 1999 as a sales and marketing platform for small manufacturers and inventors of electronic instruments. Products were shown online, in the showrooms, and at the famous SUPERBOOTH. Stromkult.com is the online blog for SchneidersLaden and SUPERBOOTH.
Their workshops and countless reviews have been featured in magazines all over Europe. All products available in the showroom can also be purchased through the SchneidersLaden website.