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Friday, February 23, 2024

The UK Guitar Show news

 The Guitar Show 2024 Set For Biggest Event Yet

The Guitar Show – the UK’s largest guitar event - returns to Birmingham’s Cranmore Park venue on 2 and 3 March and is set to feature its biggest ever showcase of international brands. From electric and acoustic guitars and basses to effects, recording gear and amplification, the exhibition area will host the latest releases for visitors to get their hands on, whether their interests lie in live performance or music production.

The Live Stage (sponsored by Allianz Musical Insurance) will see a huge variety of talent from the UK and overseas perform during the weekend, culminating in a live appearance by Mick Taylor and Dan Steinhardt from wildly popular YouTube series That Pedal Show. From jaw-dropping sets to advice on how to get the best from your gear, the Live Stage will deliver a must-visit experience - for full line-up see below.

Visitors keen to take advantage of special Guitar Show deals will also be able to visit retail partners Fair Deal Music, PMT and Absolute Music, all of whom will have unbeatable offers on guitars, amps and accessories.

Exhibitors appearing at The Guitar Show include the following 

(for full listing visit

 Marshall, Orange amplification, Focusrite, Yamaha, ESP, Vox, Takamine, D’Addario, BOSS, Rode, Arturia, Engl, Schecter, Hughes&Kettner, MarkBass, Wampler, Ernie Ball, Friedman, Cornell, Shergold, Faith, Patrick James Eggle, Neural DSP, HiWatt, Rift amps, Kool amps, Fulltone, Manson, CreamT, Crimson Guitars, DOD, Keeley, DigiTech, Darkglass, Lowden, Line6, Cort, L’ArrivĂ©e, Sandberg, Zoom, LAG, Novation, Godin, Fishman, FretKing, Vintage, Rotosound.

Allianz Musical Insurance Live Stage

Saturday 2 March

Will Griff (Patrick James Eggle)

Alexandr Misko (D’Addario)

John Connearn (Neural DSP)

John Browne (Schecter)

An Adventure In Tone (Rotosound, Fidelity Guitars, Funny Little Boxes, Great Eastern Effects, presented by Noisy Hammer)

Dave Simpson Trio (Karl Longbottom Guitars/Emprize Amps)

Sunday 3 March

Patrick Hinds (Faith Guitars)

Blair Dunlop (Vintage Guitars)

Daniel Kemish (Ortega Guitars)

Niko Tsonev (Eventide and Vega-Trem)

Chantel McGregor

That Pedal Show

Advance tickets are £15 (adults) and £10 (adults 8-16) and are available from The Ticket Factory (

Tickets are priced at £17.50 (adults), £12.50 (children up to 16 – free for under eights) on the door.

News editors contact Alison Clarke at Red Pepper Communications Ltd on 07885 360843 or email

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