This press release was recently sent out announcing Rich Engler’s participation at the 2015 Sonic Valley Guitar Show:
PITTSBURGH, PA, January 28, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ — The Sonic Valley Guitar Show provides music enthusiasts and collectors an opportunity to buy, sell and trade instruments among vendors and patrons from a wide multi-state area. The guitar show is a response to the growing interest in vintage guitars and musical gear among collectors and investors as well as musicians and the general public. Over 10,000 square feet of music gear will be for sale and individual patrons are welcome to bring their own equipment to sell or trade.
Rich Engler will display his rare and one-of-a-kind rock and roll memorabilia including autographed artifacts from rock and roll legends. He will personally be on hand to share stories surrounding his experience promoting over 5,000 concerts and the priceless artifacts. He will also provide a signing for his book, “Behind The Stage Door” which is a ride through the years of his promotion of rock ‘n’ roll.
“Rich is a perfect complement to the Sonic Valley Guitar Show and we are delighted he will be sharing his experience. Vintage guitars and amplifiers are the pure sound of rock. It’s that magical tone that keeps people playing and collecting gear – always searching. Now, the people who attend the show will be treated to Rich’s stories and see artifacts from the musical legends and artists who made rock ‘n’ roll what it is today,” says Sonic Valley spokesperson, Tony Melanson.
“Pittsburgh is my home and I have been fortunate to have met some of the greatest musicians of multiple generations. Everyone coming to Sonic Valley Guitar Show will be a music enthusiast of some kind and I look forward to sharing my collection and telling some stories about my experiences with the musicians and the music business,” says Rich Engler. Rich was recently inducted into the Pittsburgh Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame.
Vintage guitars or amps often increase in value because of the rarity, quality or pedigree of the instrument and was discussed in a Wall Street Journal article. Iconic models from Gibson, Fender, Martin have retained and many times have gained in value over the years. The vintage guitar market has recently rebounded and is attracting investors from around the world. US made guitars and amplifiers have increased in value over recent years and certain models represent strongly appreciating assets.
Admission to the show is only $10. Parking is free.
Sonic Valley Guitar Show was formed in 2012 in response to the growing interest in vintage guitars and musical instruments and is the premiere event for buyers, sellers and collectors of vintage guitars, new and used guitars, amplifiers and musical gear.