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Fender and Gibson added to Guitar Nation line-up
The show is set to take place on May 7th and 8th at the Birmingham NEC, with other exhibitors booked for the event including Peavey, JHS and Ashdown, reports MI-Pro.
Organiser Clive Morton expressed his pleasure at the booking of Gibson and Fender and added that there will be plenty to entertain attendees of the event, with seminars and live performances taking place.
"Even in these tough economic times the guitar industry is very resilient and there is a demand for a national guitar exhibition," Mr Morton said.
"The show will be one fantastic day out for guitar fans and trade visitors."
On the opening Saturday of the event, the conference will open at 10:00 BST, running until 18:00, while the Sunday schedule will get underway at the same time but finish one hour earlier at 17:00.
Musicians who attend will be able to get advice from a variety of industry experts, such as producers, managers and A&R executives.
Meanwhile, the seminars will help to give keen guitarists direction on their future in bands or as solo artists.
ÂPosted on 25 Feb 2011 14:20 to category : Instruments News
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