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Wall of Boom – Sacramento,CA

Take a look at our latest Wall of Boom Installation at the Good Design Market in Sacramento, California. One our biggest yet! The market is open the First Sunday of Each Month Till December. See details on flier. To see more of our Walls follow the link – WALL OF BOOM LINK – Email us if you want one for your next event or even house 🙂

Stacks of Speakers Vintage BoomCase Sound Wall WallOfBoom Tower Of Boom Holiday BoomCase Pop Up Shop Popup Store Valencia Mission San Francisco SF Dijital Fix Cool Store Amazing BoomBox Custom Dijital Fix San Francisco California SF The Mission Electronics Goodies Sacramento Stacks of Speakers Vintage BoomCase Sound Wall WallOfBoom Tower Of Boom Holiday BoomCase Pop Up Shop Popup Store Valencia Mission San Francisco SF Dijital Fix Cool Store Amazing BoomBox Custom Dijital Fix San Francisco California SF The Mission Electronics Goodies Sacramento

 

Stacks of Speakers Vintage BoomCase Sound Wall WallOfBoom Tower Of Boom Holiday BoomCase Pop Up Shop Popup Store Valencia Mission San Francisco SF Dijital Fix Cool Store Amazing BoomBox Custom Dijital Fix San Francisco California SF The Mission Electronics Goodies Sacramento

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3 Comments

  • avelino Says

    Very nice iam looking for the ghetto blasters they carry on your s holders back in 70 s

  • Gloomy Gus Says

    No wonder it has gotten so hard to find decent vintage speakers locally over the past few years, when you got these guys buying up this sort of quantity just to turn them into hipster wallpaper. Even sadder is knowing that the houses/businesses with these ridiculously idiotic walls are listening to tunes streaming out of their Sonos. Sad.

    • Simon Says

      Mr. Gloomy,
      Stop being an entitled brat and do some legwork. I see vintage speakers at goodwill, in dumpsters, eBay, garage sales, etc. You obviously aren’t looking very hard, or hardly looking. Old speakers are mostly trash, not worth the dumpster space, I bet people will even pay you to take them. You can open up ‘Mr Gloomy Gus trash speaker emporium’ and hoard all the “vintage” trash speakers you have ever dreamed about. Douche nozzle.

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