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Line 6, Orange and Peavey set for Birmingham Guitar Show
A host of manufacturers have been confirmed for next year's Birmingham Guitar Show by the event's organisers.
The likes of Line 6, Orange and Peavey will all be displaying their latest pieces of innovative musical equipment at the conference, which is due to take place on February 26th and 27th at the New Bingley Hall facility.
More exhibitors for the event are due to be confirmed in the opening few weeks of 2011, reports MI-Pro.
Show manager Jason Hunt said: "Having laid a foundation with our Bristol Guitar Show in 2010, we're set to build on the success of that event with more exhibitors, more products and more visitors in Birmingham."
He added the organisers are feeling "extremely pleased" with the confirmed line up so far.
Mr Hunt added that the Midlands is something of a hub for great rock 'n' roll shows, meaning he is expecting a lively and enjoyable event when the conference gets underway in late February.
Earlier this year, the official praised Birmingham's history as the birthplace for much of Britain's classic rock music, making the city a great location for the event.
Tickets for the Guitar Show are priced at Â£8.
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