Oyster House's 2012 Olympia-based London Bass Guitar Show (scheduled for 3rd and 4th March) and the recently announced London Electric Guitar Show (10th and 11th November) are receiving major support from across the UK's MI industry, the company says.
"The degree of enthusiasm for the 2012 London Bass Guitar Show is quite incredible and despite these challenging times, commitment and anticipation on the part of the trade toward this dedicated show is very strong indeed,” says Neil Golding, head of sales for Oyster House Media and Events.
Oyster says that exhibitors for the Bass show now include: Strings and Things with Music Man and Ernie Ball, Korg with Hartke, Orange, Rotosound, D'Addario and Elixir, plus Proel International, with Markbass and Firstline Distribution with DR Strings, "We are also very pleased to share Status Graphite’s 30th Anniversary next March”, continues Golding.
“For newcomers to the bass guitar, The Institute and Tech Music Schools will be on hand to offer courses to students to improve their skills and ability. As well as the distributors and manufacturers already confirmed, visitors to the show will be able to buy products from quality retailers such as The Bass Merchant, Bass Direct and The Bass Centre".
Oyster's recently announced London Electric Guitar Show has also been gaining exhibitors, the company says.
Already confirmed are: Orange, Roland, Strings & Things, Guitars4You, John Hornby-Skewes, Ivor Mairants, Taylor Guitars, Elixir Strings and D'Addario.
"We are delighted, that once again, the industry are choosing to support our latest music show with its fresh formula and quality content. The London Electric Guitar Show promises to be a really exciting exhibition that will not only inspire new talent but also do much to feed the interest of established players," says Oyster House's MD, Hugo Montgomery-Swan.