2017 Master Classes

Industry leaders offer their expertise on a variety of topics. Advanced guitar styles, luthier tips, new technology, guitar maintenance and repair, social media marketing.

Tickets are $25 per class*, and must be purchased in addition to Exhibition entry.

The Classes will take place at the Exhibition on June 24 & 25 at the Chinese Cultural Centre, 50 East Pender. Finalized classroom locations will be posted day of the show.

* Admission to the following master classes are free of charge:

  • Jean Larrivee (sponsored by Larrivee Guitars)
  • Paul Heumiller (sponsored by Dream Guitars) 
  • Bruce Sexauer (sponsored by Sexauer Guitars)

Space is limited for classes; registration is required for ALL classes to reserve a spot.

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GRIT LASKIN: TWO MASTER CLASSES! Welcome to Grit's World & The Stories Behind Groundbreaking Inlay Art

GRIT LASKIN: TWO MASTER CLASSES!
Welcome to Grit's World &
The Stories Behind Groundbreaking Inlay Art

PAUL PIGAT Jazz Guitar for Dummies

PAUL PIGAT
Jazz Guitar for Dummies

DAVE MARTONE Top 10 Things to Make You Awesome

DAVE MARTONE
Top 10 Things to Make You Awesome

JIM CAMPILONGO Guitar, Telecasters and Music

JIM CAMPILONGO
Guitar, Telecasters and Music

PAUL HEUMILLER Dream Guitars : Living a Dream Life. In the shop and in the world. (FREE ADMISSION)

PAUL HEUMILLER
Dream Guitars : Living a Dream Life. In the shop and in the world. (FREE ADMISSION)

ITAMAR EREZ Eclectic Fingerstyle: Flamenco, Latin and Beyond. (Photo Credit: Wolfgang Vogt)

ITAMAR EREZ
Eclectic Fingerstyle: Flamenco, Latin and Beyond. (Photo Credit: Wolfgang Vogt)

JEAN LARRIVEE My 50-Year Journey with Larrivee Guitars

JEAN LARRIVEE
My 50-Year Journey with Larrivee Guitars

DON ALDER The Tonal Toolkit

DON ALDER
The Tonal Toolkit

BRUCE SEXAUER Guitar Duality: How the modern guitar is different than the traditional guitar (and why it matters) (Photo credit: Thom Hooke)

BRUCE SEXAUER
Guitar Duality: How the modern guitar is different than the traditional guitar (and why it matters) (Photo credit: Thom Hooke)