Seeking out Rare Finds in a drugstore-turned-studio in Nashville

The Layman Drug Company building in Nashville has a long history, and it's filled with vintage gear.

In our second episode of Rare Finds, we visit a former drugstore turned music recording studio in Nashville called Layman Drug Company. The studio has hosted recording sessions, performance showcases and is specifically designed to accommodate filming.

Watch as proprietor Will Grieg and head engineer Alex Chaloff play some of their favourite gear from the studio, from a retro baritone guitar to a classic drum machine, and a unique remake of a Bill Putnam-designed tube mixing console.

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