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Melbourne Guitar Show

by Paul Cashmere on May 30, 2015

in News,Noise Pro

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Melbourne’s finest guitarists are lining up to participate at the Melbourne Guitar Show in August.

Melbourne guitar show founder Rob Walker, guitarist and member of the James Reyne Band Phil Ceberano and Melbourne guitarist and music writer Peter Hodgson joined Paul Cashmere at to talk about the event and spare a few anecdotes.

The Melbourne Guitar Show will feature showcase performances by Jeff Lang, Lloyd Spiegel, Davidson Brothers, James Ryan, Simon Hosford, Nick Charles, King of the NorthRacer Axe and more, with more names being added weekly. “Australia has some of the world’s best players and it will be a pleasure to present them along with an opportunity for guitar lovers to take advantage of lots on show over the weekend,” AMA CEO Rob Walker said.

The Melbourne Guitar Show will take place at Caulfield Racecourse on August 8 and 9., 2015. The event is designed to showcase the latest stringed instruments with major brands participating and associated technologies and materials for music enthusiasts to discover in one place. “We are excited to be able to present the Melbourne Guitar Show once more. It was always a killer event for guitar enthusiasts of all levels,” added Walker. “We are excited to showcase our industry’s products and the wealth of local talent that Melbourne and Australia has to offer – we seek to grow our guitar community, educate and entertain.”

The Melbourne Guitar Show is a project of The Australian Music Association, a non-profit trade association and the voice of the music products industry.

Tickets are $20 at the gate, or $17 when pre-ordered
For further information, visit

Saturday Aug 8 | Caulfield Racecourse |10.00am – 6.00pm | Tickets http://Bit.Ly/1elwas8
Sunday Aug 9 | Caulfield Racecourse | 10.00am – 6.00pm | Tickets http://Bit.Ly/1elwas8 #Melbguitarshow


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