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Long line on National Park Street as Newcastle music lovers feel the force of a deal | Newcastle Herald

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IT was like those moments before the house lights went down at a rock concert. The fog machine was thickening the air, the introductory music was being cranked up, and the crowd outside was getting excited. “Cautious excitement,” said Nathan Field. “There’s that anxious anticipation.” “Positive anxiety, driven by reward,” added the bloke standing next to him, Brano. But the reward here was not in hearing concert music but grabbing a drastically discounted instrument. For this was the annual “May the Fourth Be With You” sale at Musos’ Corner. And after COVID-19 restrictions knocked last year’s sale online, the bargain hunters were back in force, turning up since Monday…



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