A mostly unremarkable shop front, except for the sign above the door:
The place for all your music needs.
In the window is a sign with the text, "Assistant(s) needed. Apply within."
On the right hand side of the door there is a counter with a prominent sign saying "Pay Here". Behind the counter is a comfortable armchair, in which a man with shoulder-length golden-red hair sits and plays various tunes on his small harp, mostly from folk music, classical music, and the Beatles. He wears a light brown shirt, green pants, and a brown belt with a gold buckle. His green cloak is draped over the back of the chair.
Also on the right-hand side, towards the back, is a section of shelves containing musical scores. Apart from the counter, this takes up the majority of the right side of the store. However, right at the back there is a shelf containing old vinyl records and audio tape cassettes, most with a small "USED" label (all the vinyl records have the label but not all the tapes).
Comprising the entire left side of the store is the shelves of CDs. Almost any imaginable music CD can be found there, from the latest pop star to recordings of obscure classical and contemporary works. In the back left corner is a small listening station with room for two people.
At the back of the room, there is a door leading to the Instrument Room. Another door behind the counter leads to the Back Room. A sign on this door says "Employees Only". Beside this door, the wall is covered in various musical accessories including strings, metronomes, and guitar picks.
This room is smaller than the Main Room. In the back left corner sits a pair of upright pianos; the back right corner boasts a selection of violins and a few violas. Between these, from left to right, there are a couple of cellos and double basses, a drumkit, and a few concert harps.
Most of the left wall is devoted to guitars, including electric, acoustic, and classical models. There are a couple of bass guitars, banjos, and mandolins mixed in with the guitars, as well as a lone ukelele and a 7-course lute.
Directly to the left of the door, the wall is covered with an assortment of wind instruments including flutes, clarinets, oboes, saxophones, bassoons, and recorders.
The right wall is devoted to brass instruments, primarily trumpets and trombones, but with a couple of tubas and french horns as well.
Directly to the right of the door, there is a shelf containing small instruments such as harmonicas and pennywhistles. On top of the shelf sits an accordion.
In the center of the room, several large percussion instruments are set up, including a marimba and a vibraphone.
((Note: most people should not go into this room.))
Back here it is something of a mess. A big table in the middle has musical scores, vinyl records, and open CD cases strewn across it. A smaller table holds a couple of instruments in various states of repair. Several wooden chairs sit around the table. The rest of the room is packed with instruments that did not fit in the Instrument Room, these ones in their cases. Some of the cases are empty; these belong to the instruments on display in the Instrument Room. A few papers are strewn on the floor, most of them either musical scores or related to shop administration. In one corner are stacked cases for smaller instruments, not all of which are empty.