We’re hosting a special night of Roland & Boss on Thursday 16th March. Come join us from 6pm for a range of interactive workshops and demos covering effects pedals, amps, synths and electronic music production! Get the Facebook event page.
If you’ve not been into our absolutely spectacular Edinburgh shop recently, you may not have noticed that a few things have changed. It’s still filled with the same huge range of gear that takes you from that aspirational drool-worthy piece of creative inspiration to the utilitarian what you need to get a job done, the same friendly staff and expert advice, but our summer 2016 shop fit meant that all those things are now even better presented.
First and foremost amongst all of that, is our incredible new Roland Planet.
Featuring a vast selection of ready-to-demo pianos, electronic drums, guitar effects, synthesisers, amplifiers and more, the our new Roland Planet deserves a warm welcome, so we’re going to give it one. Also, while we’re on the subject, it’s also the 40th anniversary of Boss compact pedals, so let’s celebrate that too!
On the evening of Thursday March 16th, we’ll be singing the praises of our new Planet with a night of synths, guitars, pizza and bingo (and probably a quiz as well).
We’ll be joined by Roland and Boss product specialists who’ll be leading a series of interactive workshops covering the new Roland System 8, the Aira and Boutique ranges, the DJ-808, Katana and Blues Cube amps and Boss effects.
If you want to hear what these things are capable of, pick up some choice titbits of information, or grill our panel of experts with your questions, head on down to Edinburgh’s Grassmarket for 6pm on Thursday 16th March and we’ll make sure the pizza is warm and the drinks are cold!
Get more info over on our Facebook page. And we hope to see many of you there!
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