Yup. I was there again last week (I was in London for family reasons...sorry I didn't make the back door gig, by the way). I had two hours free, and went to Denmark street to see if I could find some EMG pickups. I didn't have time to go to wapping or Camden. Again, the same tired old rubbish from the shop guy...anything they don't sell they rubbish. "You don't want EMGs as they aren't good. Only fools get suckered into that active pickup rubbish (a variation on the theme from my last visit - I was looking for single coil jazz bass pups then and was told that only fools get suckered into passive pickups...)." I calmly said that I wanted EMGs because they were quiet, and I was using tapewound strings and playing in bars with lots of neon lighting. Good reasons? Yes, you'd think but he didn't...Seymour Duncan pups are just as quiet, it seems (they aren't, BTW). Look. I am in my forties and I look it. I am not some young kid swayed by advertising. I clearly know what I am talking about and have precise reasons for looking for what I want. Why then does this shop have to bend your ear with all this drivel? They ALWAYS do it. It turns what should be a useful, accessible shop into a joke. Sorry. Just had to get that off my chest.