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Yamaha Montage Synth Tour at Kenny's Music Glasgow
Fancy test driving one of the new Yamaha Montage Synths before anyone else? We're giving our customers in Glasgow a chance to get hands on with these incredible new Synthesizers, as well as getting expert knowledge and demonstrations from acclaimed keyboardist Josh Phillips of Procol Harum.
Josh is currently keyboard player with Procol Harum and his many credits and collaborators include Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton and Pete Townshend. This is a ‘not to be missed’ event for anybody interested in music production, serious synthesizers and sound design, they’ll show just what Montage is capable of in the hands of a professional player.
The event will feature Josh and Yamaha product specialists demonstrating Montage and showcasing the entire sonic and creative capability of this stunning new generation instrument. Anyone attending will also have the chance to get hands on Montage for themselves and check out the great new features.
Montage is THE new Yamaha Flagship synthesizer and raises the bar for serious synthesis, offering ten times the waveform capacity of Yamaha’s award-winning MOTIF XF and uniquely, combines Yamaha’s powerful FM-X and AWM2 technologies for unprecedented power and control. Quick and creative control is easy via the new ‘Super Knob’ function making it the perfect partner for studio or stage.
There’s even a chance to win a Yamaha reface as all guests will be entered into free prize draw.
Yamaha’s Chris Irvine said “This is a fantastic opportunity to meet Montage and experience this amazing new Synthesizer in the hands of one of the UK’s top keyboard players. We are delighted to be joined by Josh Phillips – a long time user of Yamaha Synths – and look forward to partnering with some of our key dealers to put on a great show.”
Where: Kenny's Music, 61 Jamaica Street, Glasgow, G14NN
When: Wednesday 27th April, 11am-6pm
Admission: Free - please phone 0141 2040322 or email email@example.com to reserve a place.
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