PRESS RELEASE: Andertons Music Company and Bose are teaming up to host a free product seminar which will allow performers, venue managers and sound technicians alike to hear and see the new L1 P.A. system live in action with performances from The ZZ Tops. The event, hosted by Guitarist Magazine's "Dr Robert" (Robbie Gladwell) will cover the main features of the L1 products and demonstrate their ability to perform in live situations.
The L1 products aim to provide high-quality live sound reinforcement in compact, easy-to-set-up packages that are truly "Plug and Play". The modular nature of the range means that systems can be made up for individual setups and venues. The seminar aims to showcase the cutting-edge technology built into the L1 systems that enables the sound to project evenly despite the size of the speakers themselves. It will be of interest to anyone who is looking for a P.A. solution that can be set up and set down quickly, and moved with the minimum of fuss.
The night will start and finish with a performance from tribute band The ZZ Tops with a multimedia presentation and Question & Answer session to give the audience a chance to talk to Bose representatives about the L1 range of products.
This event is to be held at Guildford YMCA in the South-East of the United Kingdom within easy access by train of the majority of the region. The event starts at 7.30pm on September 22nd 2009 and should last around two-and-a-half hours. The YMCA building is on Bridge Street, Guildford, GU1 4SB. It is less than one minute's walk from Guildford mainline station on the London-Portsmouth Line. It is also only two minutes walk from Bedford Road car park that is free after 6pm.
Those wishing to attend should visit the Andertons website to register for their free place/s. Places for the event are limited to a relatively small number of seats so it is advised that any interested parties contact Andertons to secure their places. The registration form can be found within the news story for the show on the Andertons website (as per the above link) and those that register will be contacted with more details very soon.
Sign up here: http://www.andertons.co.uk/
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