History of International Guitar Month

International Guitar Month (IGM) has been an annual
celebration of guitars and guitar products that happens
every April. Started in 1987, IGM was originally sponsored
by Guitar & Accessories Marketing Association (GAMA)
and National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM).

International Guitar Month logo

 

In 1996 GAMA decided to focus most of its resources on Teaching Guitar Workshops… subsequently, International

Guitar Month was rolled into their effort of introducing
more music instruction.

It seems cool enough to take additional notice @ least
once a year, to celebrate the Guitar as a major participant in our music history.

Jam On!
-Ron

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Month with our hand-held visual guides for … music theory,
chord structures, melodic notes, keys and scales. All in one,
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Time to celebrate International Guitar Month.

Ron Greene
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@ (970) 259-5214

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