#1
hi guys soon im going to the nec to a massive music convention
can anyone tell me what theyre like and what the general tone of it is?
like is it a museum or do you get to try all the guitars?
cos im really looking forward to mansons and gibsons and stuff
#4
hmmm i vaguely agree^^ but this being said, where do you live then ??
"Sign your guitar? I'll sign your arse if you want me to!" - Herman Li, at a guitar clinic in Malaysia

#6
Haha i'm living in Birmingham at the moment, uni wise, and I didn't know about this.. maybe ill go? when is it?
#8
Quote by 09phillt
hi guys soon im going to the nec to a massive music convention
can anyone tell me what theyre like and what the general tone of it is?
like is it a museum or do you get to try all the guitars?
cos im really looking forward to mansons and gibsons and stuff


I like Mansons, i bought my RR3 from their shop. Have fun!
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#11
lol this is funny
but does anyone actually know anything about events like this?
like how many guitars you can try before they ask you to buy one?
#13
Quote by 09phillt
lol this is funny
but does anyone actually know anything about events like this?
like how many guitars you can try before they ask you to buy one?

As many as you want; it's an exhibition, not a shop.
You can buy and order stuff, naturally, but they're there mainly to show you what's new and available.

Went last year with college, might be going again this year too. Was a pretty cool day out.
#14
Quote by DieGarbageMan
Birmingham having museums is like a tramp with fashion sense


We have lots of museums. And canals. Lots and lots of canals.

It's just venues and (good) clubs and stuff we don't have.