Electric Guitars are Rocking the 2017 Edmonton Guitar Show
We've got such a great lineup of vendors on board for the 2017 Edmonton Guitar Show, including some very innovative electric guitar builders
- because what would a Guitar Show be without some unique custom guitars?! Check these out!
High quality electronics and hardware coupled with top-notch finishes and craftsmanship are what make the beautiful electric instruments from Frozen Rose Guitars something special! Make sure to ask them about their custom work as well! To see some of the amazing stuff from Frozen Rose, take a look at their
Labyrinth Guitarworks is a luthier that is new to us this year and we can't wait to see the guitars and basses they'll have on hand! Individually
crafted with meticulous attention to detail, these beauties look, feel, and play great! Get a taste of what they'll have with them on their website!
Rowley Guitar Co. is on board for their first Guitar Show as well! This boutique guitar company is aiming to create a new guitar experience
as well as focusing on sustainability and ethical practices, and they have beautiful instruments to boot - we're really excited to see these guitars!
Help yourself to a little preview here!
New vendor Triad Custom Guitars designs and builds custom electric guitars, namely their Griffon and Kestrel models! We can't wait to
see these amazing guitars in person and try them out! You can check out their website here to get yourself ready for show day!
Yet another new exhibitor is MacPherson Guitars! They are renowned for their unique, hand made guitars, their incredible attention to
detail, and for keeping the traditional working methods of the luthier alive. MacPherson Guitars also offers a true custom service. See more on their
And since you need to accessorize your sweet electric guitar, Hannah Guitars is there for you with their practical and affordable pedalboards
and custom straps! You'll definitely want to check out their BugBoard - a full featured budget pedal board made from incredibly tough laser cut Baltic
Birch plywood. It's durable, affordable, comes in a flat top model for large pedals and a 2 tier model for standard pedals, is lightweight, and is
easily modified so you can make it your own - so cool! Head over to their website for
Come on down to the Edmonton Guitar Show to see all of these exhibitors, plus many more! Sunday, September 24th at the Italian Cultural
Center from 10 AM to 4 PM! Tickets are $10 at the door. All the info you need is at www.edmontonguitarshow.com,
and make sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter!