This is the new Schneidersladen synth shop in Berlin

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Schneidersladen synth shop has recently moved; Andreas Schneider takes you through the new premises in Berlin on a new video tour.

Andreas Schneider is the founder of Superbooth and the superhero of the event. Nobody can get past him. In conversations or on-site, Andreas Schneider can be seen everywhere. If you catch him, he is always under positive stress but also open for a quick conservation. 

He is not only the founder of the Superbooth but also the driving force behind the distribution company Alex4 and the cult Synthesizer shop Schneidersladen. Recently the shop with all the synthesizers moved to new locations. Don’t worry, it’s still in Berlin. 

Schneidersladen Berlin

New Schneidersladen

Andreas Schneider’s synth shop has changed address in Berlin. It’s almost unimaginable if you know the former rooms, but it happened.

Since not all of the rooms of the former Musikhaus Bading have been completely renovated/refurbished, the shop is currently split into two locations. 

The main new Schneidersladen is now located on Karl-Marx Street, no 186. You can find various themed rooms here with tons of Eurorack modules, desktop instruments, and effects. The most important accessories for your colorful synth journey, such as cases, cables, etc., are also available in the shop. 

Then the second premise is at Storch-Apotheke in Ganghofer Street 1, where you can find various polysynths and electroacoustic instruments. This synth shop part is located in a vintage, discontinued pharmacy. Perfect for buying our synth drugs. 

The legendary shop at Kottbusser Tor (Kotti) is also still active. It is no longer a synth shop but mainly operates as a service room for repairs and all kinds of workshops, including beginner workshops. 

Schneidersladen has published a video tour on their YouTube channel in which Andreas and his team take you through the new rooms.

More information here: Schneidersladen 

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  1. Nice store! @Leon, the “from the river to the sea” coding is obviously essential now in Berlin? Well, I don’t buy it.

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