Stevensville, MD (August 10, 2007) – The folks at Paul Reed Smith Guitars are planning their first-ever “Experience PRS” Open House. The country’s third-largest electric guitar maker describes the event as a “field day catering to authorized PRS dealers/distributors and their PRS Guitars enthusiast customers from around the world.”
The two day event will take place at PRS’ Stevensville, MD facility, starting Friday, September 28th. It will include PRS artist performances, a Friday night concert, demos, seminars, archive displays, interactive factory tours, food, beverages and more. PRS guitars, new model releases and special PRS model runs will be on display, making the event the largest number of PRS guitars ever shown in the US in one spot.
To ensure proper flow at the event, consumers who are interested in attending must register through their respective dealers. (See links below)
Among the PRS artists scheduled to be there: Dan Toler (Allman Brothers), David Grissom (Dixie Chicks, Storyville), Chris Henderson (3 Doors Down), Mark Tremonti (Creed, Alter Bridge) and Myles Kennedy (The Mayfield Four), Johnny Hiland (session God), Gary Grainger (Rod Stewart, Kenney Jones) and Derek St. Holmes (Ted Nugent, Whitford/St. Holmes, MSG, UFO).
There will be plenty of photo ops and even one-on-one consultations with Paul Smith and Joe Knaggs, Director of R&D and Private Stock. Knaggs will also demonstrate guitar carving techniques, giving those attending a glimpse into what it is like to build a coveted Private Stock guitar by hand.
Paul Reed Smith Guitars, a leading manufacturer of high-quality instruments in Stevensville, MD, has been providing some of the world’s most renowned guitarists with instruments since 1985. More than 200 highly skilled craftspeople produce more than 60 guitars each day for worldwide distribution.
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