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Korg, Yamaha and Line 6 confirmed for Birmingham Guitar Show
Some of the top musical instrument manufacturers in the industry will be appearing at next month's Birmingham Guitar Show.
Show manager Jason Hunt said the organisers are feeling "delighted" about the latest additions to the line-up.
"The response from exhibitors to the cost-effective and focused nature of the event has been enormously positive and is reflected in a great line-up of exhibitors for visitors to engage with over the weekend," he added.
A number of seminars and guest appearances are also scheduled for the conference, with Yamaha artist and acoustic guitar player Dave Goodman among those who will participate with this section of the show.
The event is being sponsored by a number of different organisations, including Kerrang! Radio and the Guitar & Bass Magazine.
As well as the musical instruments on display, there will be a live stage and demo stage for visitors to enjoy.
ÂPosted on 22 Jan 2011 09:00 to category : Instruments News
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