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Misha Mansoor to offer free lessons at UK Guitar Show

Periphery’s Misha Mansoor and YouTube sensation Justin Sandercoe will give free lessons at the UK Guitar Show later this year.

The event will take place at London’s Olympia on September 29 & 30 and is brought to you by the organisers of the London Drum Show and the London Bass Guitar Show and is run in association with with MusicRadarGuitaristTotal GuitarGuitar Techniques and Louder.

It was previously revealed that Mansoor would perform on the main stage (opens in new tab) on the 29th, while Sandercoe would lead the acoustic workshops (opens in new tab).

Now we can announce further details about the pair’s appearances at the celebration of all things guitar.

Mansoor will hold a clinic on Band Business advice at 4.30pm on the 30th. He’ll take part in a performance Q&A, and answer questions on working in the music industry and how to make a successful business out of your band.

Sandercoe, meanwhile, will take a session on Expanding Your Blues Vocabulary on 30th at 4pm, and take you through ways of expanding your blues-playing knowledge and explore the creativity and nature of the genre.

Other sessions include 3 Steps To Playing Fluid Fingerstyle Guitar Without Getting Overwhelmed with Learn Guitar In London's Drue James, and a play along session, focusing on tones and phrasing concepts that will make your riffs heavier with Total Guitar's Jamie Hunt. 

The UK Guitar Show will also feature a main stage with a variety of musicians showing off their skills, the Gear Hall where you’ll be able to try out and buy the latest guitars, a Guitar Garage where experts will give your instruments some TLC and the Vintage Zone, featuring rarities from top collectors, retailers and much, much more.

Tickets for the two-day event are now available.

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