Guitars! Guitars! Guitars!

The Capital Region Guitar Show is back again, taking over the Knights of Columbus Hall in Saratoga Springs from 5-9pm on Friday and 10am-4pm on Saturday. The two-day smorgasbord of all things with strings is co-sponsored by Saratoga Guitar and Cambridge Music.

Dealers from all across the Northeast will be on hand to buy, sell, trade and appraise your musical equipment. No matter what your level of interest or playing skill – from beginner to professional – you’re likely to be doing some serious drooling among all of the instruments, gear and accessories at your perusal.

If you bring along a guitar, amplifier or other string instrument with you to the Guitar Show, you’ll get a $2 discount off the regular admission charge of $7. Kids 10 and under are admitted free.

NOTE: is giving away tickets to the Capital Region Guitar Show, too. Just go here for details…

And as a warm-up to the Guitar Show, you won’t want to miss the free Taylor Guitars Road Show at Lillian’s in Saratoga Springs at 7pm on Thursday. At the Road Show, you’ll be able to hang out with Taylor Guitar factory experts for an evening of guitar talk and test-driving.

What else goes on at a Road Show? Well, here are some of the items on the agenda:

Check out the new T3 semi-hollowbody electric
Hear demos of how acoustic shapes and woods affect tone
Learn how to modify a solidbody with new loaded pickguards
Get the latest on Taylor’s Build-to-Order program
Sample custon and one-of-a-kind guitars – all for sale
Register to win a Taylor guitar of your choice
Pick up free TaylorWare gear and Elixir Strings while supplies last

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One Response to “Guitars! Guitars! Guitars!”

  1. My wife’s all-girl band will also be playing at the show. They are called BABE and it’s a really fun band–and yes, I said all-girl band…You can find them at

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