One of the first stands you walk into at the main entry was the well positioned Bandlab Technologies stand. Handling Harmony Guitars, Mono Case, Heritage Guitars and Teisco Pedals. One of the cleanest and classiest displays presented. It helped that the gear they have is pretty damn good too.
As we are new dealers of Harmony Guitars it was a must see. The chance to hear and see the new Harmony amps! With two new amp series on show, the very cute 8418 Tube Combo (only available in USA at this point, we hope it changes) and the 600 series, both hand wired, both sounded and looked fabulous.
The new guitar releases were equally as interesting with the new small body Juno and the new flame top colour range in the standard series. Having spent some time early last year on the prototype Juno we were ecstatic to see the finished product out and about. One of those guitars most collections can fit in with the differences it offers! Expect to see them in store very soon at Camberwell and Blackburn.
We loved having a closer look at guitar history in Heritage Guitars. Since 1985, all made in the USA at the original Gibson factory in Kalamazoo with a lot of the original guitar making equipment. A company steeped in respect and tradition. Gorgeous instruments with a great story to tell.