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This Saturday''s L.A. Amp Show features more than 75 exhibitors

Van Nuys, CA (September 29, 2009) -- The Amp Show is returning to the L.A. area this Saturday with more than 75 exhibitors on tap. The show opens at 10 a.m. on Saturday, October 3 at the Airtel Plaza in Van Nuys, CA. The event is open to the public with $20 admission.

The Amp Show features primarily amp companies showing off their gear in individual hotel rooms where you can crank it up and try it out. Speaker, guitar and effects companies also exhibit. A sampling of this year's L.A. exhibitors includes Fender, Peavey, Bogner, 65Amps, Egnater, DAR, Matchless, Tonic Amps, Pigtronix, Celestion, Hermida and many more. Check out the full list at AmpShow.com.

Premier Guitar will be on location shooting video demos, so stop by and say hello!

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All photos courtesy SINGLECOIL (www.singlecoil.com)

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