Esch 2022 Exhibition : LIVE, BREATHE AND SLEEP GUITARS 17.08.2022 - 10.10.2022
The four-part exhibition Live, breathe and sleep guitars - collection Luc Henzig presents the history of the electric guitar. The origins of the amplification of the instrument - in "Getting Loud!"- its technical development, standardisation and commercial success are presented through the inevitable models of Fender or Gibson - in "Big Three"-. It is equally important to talk about guitar heroes and their influence on rock music.
Preparation of the Esch 2022 Projetct :
"Live, Breathe and Sleep Guitars" with the support of Rockhal and Rocklab !
Guitar Players in Session to produce the Sound Tracks for a 45 Vinyl to be included in the Exhibition Catalogue : Fred Baretto and Patrick Miranda.
Photo Session of Guitars to be included in the Exhibition : Laurent Antonelli, Michel Zavagno with the assistance of Jean-Philippe Janus and Godefroy Gordet.
Guitars used in the Sessions recorded by Charles Stoltz at the Rocklab :
Part of the TYS Collection will be on display from the 16 February until the 25 February 2017 at the Exhibition: Guitares de Rêve - The History of the Electric Guitar 1927 - 1957.
The Exhibition is hosted at:
SHOPPING CENTER LA BELLE ETOILE
In order to guide you trough the exhibition you can find the description of items on display here to download;
www.tuneyoursound.com will be present at the Festival Culturel Saveurs & Légendes, Casino 2000, Mondorf-les-Bains, Luxembourg from 14.05 – 16.05.2015. On one hand some of our collection pieces are on display to give a rock 'n' roll vibe to this event and on the other hand it is also the occasion to discover some of our instruments for sale. Discover the craftsmanship of Michael Tuttle, Mikael Springer, Magneto, Keith Roscoe and Greg Germino.
tuneyoursound.com is proud to team up with the Groninger Museum for this exceptional exhibition on 'The Myth of the Electric Guitar', 14 January 2015 to 9 March 2015.
More details can be found here: EXHIBITION at GRONINGER MUSEUM : The Myth of the Electric Guitar
TYS goes Generation Pop!... hear me, feel me, love me!
15 September 2013 until 15 Juin 2014
Generation Pop!… hear me, feel me, love me! with its 1,500 original exhibits, multimedia-documents and interactive stations over a space of 6,000 m2, it is the most significant exhibition project to this day on the phenomenon of pop. The largest machine in the world, the Blower Hall of the World Cultural Heritage Site at the Völklingen Ironworks, offers the most perfect atmosphere.