The last Open Day at the Granary
was on 26th Oct 2003. Guitarists came from all over
to see and play the guitars.
Some of the people who came to
the last Open Day were guitarists and teachers.
On the left,
luthiers David Merrin and Michael Gee
Many well-known professional
and amateur guitarists and luthiers came along to the last Open Day to
take advantage of this unique opportunity to play guitars made during the
last 200 years. Extreme left,
luthier Tony Johnson and right, Graham Devine
Michael Gee, Steve Rees and Liam Romanillos.
Guitarists from all over the UK attended the Open Day at the
Granary and learnt some of the history of the collection.
the guitars in the museum are strung with D’Addario strings of various
tensions. They have proved to
be long-lived and very consistent.
you'd like to visit the collection, email Granary-Guitars.
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