Bernie Marsden is the latest artist to be announced joining the line-up for the debut of The UK Bass and Guitar Show at the ACC Liverpool, in association with Marshall Amplification, running the same weekend in adjoining buildings to The UK Drum Show.
Bernie Marsden is an English rock and blues guitarist born in Buckingham, England. A professional musician since 1972, he is primarily known for his work with Whitesnake having written or co-written many of the group’s hit songs, most notably the USA number one “Here I Go Again”. Bernie is also renowned as one of the greatest rock and blues guitarists of all time.
For Marshall fans, Product Specialist, Steve Smith will be appearing on the Guitar Live Stage, demoing and sharing his insights into the DSL402 which is a limited run 2×12 version of their current DSL40 (which is 1×12).
Steve started out as a gigging musician, travelling round the UK and quickly found his footing as an educator and clinician. He has taught at various schools including the Academy of Music and Sound (now ACM) and Birmingham Academy of Music, before deciding to open his own musical instrument school Progress Music Academy. From 2003-2013 Steve performed demos and clincs with brands such as Laney, Dimarzio and Ibanez before settling down with the Marshall Amplification team. With Marshall, Steve has provided guitar education and demonstrations to guitarists around the world, from the young budding musician to the regular gigger. Steve still continues to share his wealth of amp knowledge on the official Marshall demo videos and through clinics worldwide.
Steve Smith will be appearing Sunday 3rd of April at the ACC Liverpool at 2.15pm in association with Marshall.
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