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Ludlow Guitars is Moving to Brooklyn After 17 Years on Ludlow Street; Cites Changing Neighborhood and Rents

Posted July 5, 2016 at 5:00 am

In case you needed further proof that the Lower East Side music scene is dead, look no further than Ludlow Street. Soulless. And now this. The eponymous Ludlow Guitars is calling it quits after seventeen years on the block. Computer printouts in the windows serve as announcements of the imminent closure. The vintage guitar shop […]

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Ludlow Guitars Hopes to Move Old Doors to 172 Ludlow

Posted December 15, 2010 at 6:08 am

Ludlow Guitars is now nice and comfortable inside 172 Ludlow Street. But what of their kickass signage?

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Ludlow Guitars Opening at New 172 Ludlow Location Today

Posted November 2, 2010 at 7:33 am

As expected, Ludlow Guitars has finally initiated its move to the former Marmalade space at 172 Ludlow Street, three doors up from its longtime HQ.  The music should begin again sometime today, when the shop is expected to reopen.

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Lower East Side Vintage and Thrift on the Outs?

Last modified December 5, 2010 at 1:34 pm

Discourse about the death of thrift shops and vintage stores is back on the table. An article published over at Crain’s this weekend, dubbed Vintage Stores out of Fashion, profiles a few recent neighborhood closures, including the loss of The Sweet Ones on Allen in June. Many in the industry are not only blaming the […]

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