The first Rockshop opened originally at 76 Karangahape Road, Auckland in 1986. By ordering and supplying key brands at great prices it set the music scene on fire.
The Guitar Department is now situated at 100 K Road. As the shop surged from strength to strength, it eventually out grew it’s premises at 100K Road and spread into 76, 78, 94, and 98 K Road - these stores now make up Auckland Drumshop, Auckland Bassshop, Auckland Digital and Auckland DJPA.
Having specialist stores has allowed the original Auckland Rockshop to expand it’s extensive selection of electric and acoustic guitars, and all their accessories. Pay n Display street parking is available as far as the eye can see, and parks are available right at the front door.
Rockshop Digital is your one-stop shop for Keyboards, Synthesizers, Audio Interfaces, MIDI Controllers & Software, DJ Gear, PA, Lighting and an extensive range of recording microphones for almost any recording situation.
Rockshop Digital is also an Authorized Apple Reseller and specialize in customized Apple Mac Music setups
This is complimented by a huge range of keyboards ranging from home keyboards by the likes of Casio, synthesizers by the likes of Moog & Nord, to digital & stage pianos by Roland.
Friendly and highly skilled staff will assist you in your purchasing decision with extensive product knowledge and after sales support.
The hottest newest store of the Rockshop chain extends our Auckland supply and coverage to the good people of Albany and North Auckland.
Boasting an impressive selection of our greatest brands and a large selection of KBB Music equipment , the new Albany Rockshop will certainly have something for everyone.
Headed up by one of our senior Managers, Jak Stone and her team looking forward to seeing you in store soon.
The Takapuna Rockshop opened on the Northshore in 1996 in central Takapuna before relocating in 2001 to its present site in Anzac street.
The Takapuna Rockshop is one of the most patronized of the Auckland Rockshop’s offering good parking and easy access to Auckland’s motorway on/off ramps.
The store has a comprehensive range of products and staff who are passionate about music and assisting customers in making informed decisions.
Located at 379 Great North Road, the heart of the West Auckland shopping district the Henderson Rockshop has flourished greatly over the six years since it’s opening.
Knowledgeable staff and great customer service have earned the shop an enviable reputation in the West Auckland community as a friendly retreat for all musical supplies and advice.
After heavy renovations in early 2009, the 246sqm Henderson Rockshop is ready to serve further generations of musicians for many more years to come.
Sylvia Park is the largest mall in New Zealand at present.
Our 7-day-a-week store caters for all clients from the lifestyle/recreational musician, families through to the seasoned professional.
Botany Rockshop has moved next door from it’s old location.
With a much bigger and brighter store we are able to provide more products to our customers.
On top of that we have introduced the KBB Music name into the store for all your Orchestral, Brass & Woodwind needs.
The Botany Rockshop opened as part of the Botany Downs Town Centre mall on 6th Oct 2001 and is located behind Whitcoulls and beside the Cock n Bull. We are a friendly family store with an all round selection of great brands, products and great advice. Whether you're a beginner or seasoned professional, we're here to help..
The 160sqm store has close access to carparking as well as a loading zone to conveniently load your purchases in.
As we are part of the mall we are open late nights on Thursday and Friday, and other special times as per the mall hours.
Opening on Monday 11th November 2013, Manukau Rockshop presents the next generation of Rockshop stores.
Filled with all of your favourite brands and top sellers, Manukau Rockshop offers musical instruments from many manufacturers not previously available in South Auckland.
With a team with expert local knowledge fronted by Branch Manager Grahame Narbey, Manukau Rockshop is now open to serve the musical needs of South Auckland.