Music Gear News
Dates confirmed for Birmingham Guitar Show
The Birmingham Guitar Show is to take place on February 26th and 27th 2011, it has been confirmed.
A host of manufacturers will be displaying their electric guitars and related musical equipment at the event, which is to be held in The New Bingley Hall building located in the city centre.
The conference is being organised by the UK Guitar Shows company, which was behind a similar event held recently in Bristol, reports MI-Pro.
Show manager Jason Hunt said: "As the birthplace of so much classic British rock music, Birmingham is always a fantastic location for a guitar event and we're very much looking forward to an exciting, fun weekend next February."
On March 12th and 13th next year, the London Bass Guitar Show will take place at the Olympia venue in the capital city.
ÂPosted on 10 Nov 2010 12:30 to category : Instruments News
Related Music News
The Darkglass Microtubes B3K V2 Bass Overdrive pedal is the quintessential tool for those bassists looking to develop and diversify their bass sound.
The Meris Polymoon Delay Pedal takes inspiration from the likes of legend's Allan Holdsworth and Frank Zappa, who pushed rack delays to their 'absolute limits'.
Featuring intuitive dual engine technology, the CA98 replicates an authentic and nuanced tone typical associated with the traditional grand piano.
Able to replicate the sounds of an acoustic piano, the Kawai Concert Artist CA78 Digital Piano is the ideal for those looking to advance their existing skillset.
Kawai releases the affordable Concert Artist CA48. With new features, intermediate players can develop their skill set through an easy-to-use interface.
Universal Audio is offering you some of the industries leading plugins including Neve, Fairchild and Lexicon absolutely free with Universal Audio's Apollo Twin.
Recent Music News
Darklgass Electronics has just introduced a new and improved upgrade to their sensationally popular Preamp Pedal, the much anticipated B7K V2 Bass Preamp pedal.
The 2.0 update has been designed to improve the overall functionality and workflow of the Katana series, granting a number of new and intuitive features
With 1 of only 3 St Vincent Masseduction guitars in the world now in stock at Gear4music make sure you don't miss out on a veritable piece of rock history.
Able to demonstrate an excellent clarity through your music, the Presonus Eris 3.5 Two-Way Active Speakers are the perfect addition to any home-based studio.
The Elektron Octatrack MKII builds upon the previous Elektron MKI, bringing a whole host of new features, functionalities and exciting hardware changes to bear.
Versatile in its functionality, the Uber Mic offers the user extended performance capabilities, including the inclusion of various microphone configurations.