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Peavey confirmed for London Bass Guitar Show
The manufacturer is one of the latest big names in the music industry to confirm its attendance at the event, with Orange Amplification also set to be showing off its wares.
Oyster House, the company which has arranged the bass guitar conference, said more major brands are expected to book a slot at the London Olympia show before it takes place on March 12th and 13th 2011, reports MI-Pro.
A shortlist of artists to perform at the event is also being drawn up, with the musicians who do attend scheduled to hold bass guitar clinics as well as performing live.
One company looking forward to displaying its goods at the event is Yamaha.
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