Enjoying a Little Rock ‘n’ Roll Guitar with Wilson at Discovery Place
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CHARLOTTE, N. C. – Discovery Place will be rocking out until September 7th with their newest exhibit “Guitar: The Instrument that Rocked the World.” Wilson was at Discovery Place today where his mad rock ‘n’ roller was having a blast at the exhibit.
Wilson was joined by Harvey Newquist of the National Guitar Museum as he rocked out on a guitar as part of one of the interactive exhibits in the hands-on gallery. Wilson joined Dave Remer and Chris Locke of Discovery Place to take a look at some of the rare guitars that were included in the rare instrument exhibit.
Visitors can explore instruments and experiment with the science of the guitar while playing with interactive exhibits. The rare instrument includes over 60 instruments including early Fender, Gibson, Ovation and Martin guitars from as early as 1935, a playable guitar with 8 necks as well as guitars with outrageous paint jobs and funky shapes.
In the hands on gallery some of the things you can do is strum the world’s largest playable guitar, test your musical memory knowledge and even design your dream guitar.
Find out everything that is currently going on at Discovery Place as well as their “Guitar: The Instrument that Rocked the World” exhibit at Discovery Place website www.discoveryplace.org.
Find out more about the National Guitar Museum at nationalguitarmuseum.com.