PMC has teamed up with renowned guitar tutor, Richard Deyn, to enable The Indulgence Show visitors, with no guitar playing experience, to learn how to confidently play a riff, record it and keep the results, giving them an insight into how to make music.

Located in the Chablis Suite on the ground floor of the show, PMC’s Guitar Recording Studio, will feature the talents of Richard Deyn, the current education consultant to Gibson Guitars UK and founder of the Ipswich Guitar School.

Richard will be helping complete beginners, who have never picked up a guitar before, to learn a rock or blues riff that they can play to a backing track and record using the latest computer based recording software. Each visitor will be emailed a copy of the file after the event as a memento of their visit to The Indulgence Show. More experienced guitarists will also be able to visit Richard and receive professional advice to help them improve their playing techniques.

Bringing this fun opportunity to the show, Keith Tonge, PMC’s creative director says, “PMC loudspeakers are used at many of the world’s leading recording studios, helping artists such as Richard gain a real insight into the music they are recording, underlining our role as the undisputed ‘music makers’ among hifi manufacturers.” He continues, “And, by working with our many contacts in the recording world, we regularly help music lovers learn how their favourite artist’s work is produced. It is a pleasure therefore to be able to continue this by facilitating Richard’s presence at the show, to promote music making and deliver such a great experience to the visitors”

PMC loudspeakers can be experienced in the Mouton Cadet Suite on the 2nd Floor of The Indulgence Show.

 

 

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