where to get shure foam tips?
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Does guitar center have em? Hopefully i can find a brick and mortar in the SF bay area that sells the shure foam tips. Otherwise where can i get them online that doesn't overdo the shipping charge?

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Dan
 
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The Guitar Center here (Salt Lake City) has them. Be sure to take in a print out of the price from an online vendor and they will price match.
 
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Dan, if you end up finding them at GC on Vanness, let us know. I'm probably going to have to replace my pair in a few months. Thanks.
 
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Will do. I'm taking in a Sweetwater ad @ 19.97 (free ship) as my backup.
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Got em at Guitar Center SF. They have at least one box left. It took three tries to find them, as I had two guys actually tell me they didn't have them. But they're there, hanging on the wall to the left of the register in pro-audio, around the corner from the bargain bin of random cables.

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If you can plan ahead, order them fresh from the manufacturer. The resilent foam oxidizes and stiffens at a steady rate from the time they are made, the fresher they are, the longer they last. Sitting on the shelf (especially in the sun) is the wrong way to treat your foamies.
 
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