Lunchtime talk by Nick Benjamin.
Nick Benjamin is a guitar-maker based in Lewes, East Sussex specialising in steel-string acoustic guitars. Working alone making about 10 guitars to order a year, he has become well-known for working with players pushing the boundaries of modern finger-style then Stephen Hill, then of Lewes, before setting up his own workshop. He now sells guitars all over the world and his order-book has been closed for the past two years due to the high demand for his work.
|Date||Thursday 19 March at 1pm|
|Location||The CASS, Commercial Rd, in room CR6-08|
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