Guitar - The Instrument That Rocked the World
Exhibit Runs Saturday, January 21 - May 7, 2017
The Buffalo Museum of Science will be hosting an interactive exhibit: Guitar - The Instrument That Rocked the World from Saturday, January 21 to Sunday, May 7, 2017. Along with the national exhibit, the folks at the Museum have partnered with the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame to create "7 One Picks"; a room dedicated to guitars and artifacts of Buffalo Music Hall of Fame inductees. On display will be signed guitars from many members along with rare guitars from Ramblin' Lou Schriver, Joanie Marshall (her famous Gibson custom double neck) Michael Spriggs, Glenn Colton, Vince Blasio and Tommy Tedesco, of the famed "Wrecking Crew". There will also be other artifacts on display and our good friends at Chakra Communications have provided three touch screen kiosks that will allow you to dig deeper and understand the history behind the guitars as well as hear stories and clips of songs from the artists.
If you are a guitar buff, a music history fan, or just in to science and want to learn more about the guitar, you will not want to miss this exhibit.
The Buffalo Music Hall of Fame is also planning some special events to go along with the exhibit. Stay tuned!
Click HERE for more information on the National Guitar Exhibit
Click HERE for more information on the BMHOF Room "7 One Picks"
Below are some pictures from the VIP Reception.
Click HERE for a link to more photos from the evening.