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First off I'd like to thank everyone for not flagging the event this year, I appreciate it...I have included ALL the info including train (LIRR), bus & driving directions to the show in this post too so as not to make too many posts this week. Anyone from Brooklyn, NYC or Queens can be at the show by LIRR in 55 minutes with an easy 8 minute walk to the venue from the Freeport train station. Directions at end of post.

The 7th Annual NY Guitar Show is THIS WEEKEND April 21st & 22nd Freeport, LI has 10,000 square feet an endless amount of guitar and music-related activities. Master of the Telecaster, Mr. Arlen Roth will headline on Saturday April 21, and both says bring a guitar and get a free restringing! Buy & sell your gear for cash with a wide range of dealers and collectors & manufacturers to custom builders! show contact info or VISIT: www.nyguitarexpo.com. FACEBOOK: Facebook.com/NYGuitarExpo
Twitter (@NYGuitarExpo): Twitter.com/NYGuitarExpo

Not Too late-Only 3 Booths Left! We had 3 cancellations over the weekend, sorry to say one vendor had a stroke, one a wedding and another a family emergency with mother in law (91) gall bladder surgery scheduled for this coming Thursday. Whether you are music related business or not we put 1,700 to 2,000 people through the door each year. Even if you're a private collector, we or just want to sort out the instruments in your collection or your garage, anyone can exhibit at the NY Guitar Show. All you need to have is some amps or guitars to sell, or be any other business like window replacements? How about a recording studio or rehearsal studio? No matter what you do....the NY Guitar Show is one of larger drawing shows in the country with nearly 2,000 people through the doors consistently year in and year out since our inception in 2012! Be part of the action and make $$$$!! You can contact show founder Rich Johnson at show contact info

Make Cash At NY Guitar Show: That's right!! Bring your old, used, even high dollar vintage pieces to the NY Guitar Show and walk out with cash! We encourage attendees to bring gear to sell. Put a sign on it and walk around and sell to fellow attendees or wheel and deal with the many exhibitors in the building. Walk out with cold hard cash!!

Free Re-String Promo This Weekend: The NY Guitar Show is proud to announce sponsor Guitar Center along with exhibitor & string manufacturer D'Addario will feature FREE re-stringing in the Guitar Center booth #141 both days of the 2018 NY Guitar Show. Just bri9ng your guitar to the booth and they will re-string it for you.

Legendary Arlen Roth To Headline 2018 NY: Legendary Arlen Roth To Headline 2018 NY Guitar Show Arlen Roth is an American guitarist and recording artist, performer, tutor and author and an icon in the industry. A Montreux Critics' Award winner for Best Instrumental Album of 1978, Roth was a regular columnist for Guitar Player mag (82' to 92') and performed / recorded with artists Bob Dylan, James Taylor, Danny Gatton, Albert Lee, Phoebe Snow, John Sebastian, Levon Helm and the list is endless. Arlen has released several solo albums and performs as a solo act as well.

New Colors & Sizes of NY Guitar Show Tee Shirts: Get your NY Guitar Show T-shirts on sale at the NY Guitar Show This weekend! We have many new colors and smaller sizes including small, mediums and more larges. New colors include Black, Purple, Kelly green, Azealia & Forest Green. Small. medium and larges only $10, XXL $15 with discounts on multiples! We accept checks, money orders or Pay Pal

Homestead Amp Private Amp Room: The Private Amp Room's Sponsor for 2017 and again in 2018 is Homestead Amps. They have been outfitting such guitar monsters as Warren Haynes, Bill Gibbons & others such as Marcus King of the Black Crows and Bobby Kyle to mention just a few. Well Marcus King and Bobby Kyle just so happen to be rehearsing in Brooklyn the week of the show and founder Peter McMahon has invited Mr. King & Mr. Kyle to attend the show & amp room. Other invites have gone out to Warren Haynes who just so happens to be off that weekend. Whether he is in NY or not is anybody's guess, but with Arlen Roth in the house that Saturday we ate expecting some "sightings" this year! www.HomesteadAmps.com.

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Directions:
The Freeport Recreation Center is located at 130 E. Merrick Rd. in Freeport, Long Island and is easy to reach from throughout NY Metro area and just 20 minutes from JFK Airport. These are best routes based on traffic. Please look up the Freeport Recreation Center address on your own for more direct route instructions. Click This Link to see the satellite map.

By Long Island Railroad (LIRR) from NYC: From Manhattan take the any subway to Penn Station. Then take any Long Island Railroad (LIRR) BABYLON line train to the Freeport Station. Get off here and head east toward Henry St., make first right onto Henry St. then left on to E. Merrick Rd. and the Freeport Rec. Center will be on your right. The Babylon line is the busiest and has the most trains heading to and from Penn all hours even on the weekend.

Driving: From NJ, PA, Staten Island By Way of Belt Past JFK Airport Plan A:
Take ramp right for JFK Expy toward Airport Exit / Belt Pkwy. Pass Holiday Inn Express on the right take ramp left for Belt Pkwy toward eastern Long Island. Keep left to stay on Belt Pkwy North and road name changes to Southern State Pkwy. Take this east to exit 22S, take ramp right for Meadowbrook Pkwy south toward Jones Beach. At exit M9 W, take ramp right for Merrick Rd. west. Continue ahead and bear (stay) right at the first light to to stay on E. Merrick Rd. About 200 yards ahead on your left will be the Freeport Recreation Center at 130 E. Merrick Rd., Freeport, Long Island. Or if you bear left at this light, this becomes Mill Rd., stay on this a quarter mile and the huge free parking lot will be on your right hand side.

Plan B: You may stay on the Belt Parkway east through Valley Stream, Lynbrook, Rockville Centre, Baldwin and then Freeport. Once in Freeport find Henry St. and make right on to Henry St., then turn left on to E. Merrick Rd. and the Freeport Rec. Center will down a little ways on your right hand side at 130 E. Merrick Rd. Freeport, Long Island.

From upper NY State or New England via Whitestone Bridge
Depart I678 South / Bronx Whitestone Bridge toward I.678 South / Whitestone Expy. Take ramp left for Cross Island Pkwy South toward Eastern, Long Island. At Exit 25A, take ramp left for Southern Pkwy / Southern State Pkwy East toward Eastern Long Island. At exit 22S, take ramp right for Meadowbrook Pkwy toward Jones. At exit M9 W, take ramp right for Merrick Rd. west. Continue ahead and bear (stay) right at the first light to to stay on E. Merrick Rd. About 200 yards ahead on your left will be the Freeport Recreation Center at 130 E. Merrick Rd., Freeport, Long Island. Or if you bear left at this light, this becomes Mill Rd., stay on this a quarter mile (or less) and the huge free parking lot will be on your right hand side.

From upper NY State, New England via Throgs Neck Bridge
Depart I295 North / Throgs Neck Bridge toward I95 South. Stop for toll booth. At exit 9, take ramp right toward Fort Schuyler / Pennyfield Ave. Keep straight onto Throgs Neck Expy. Turn left onto Prentiss Ave. Road name changes to Lawton Ave. Turn left onto Throgs Neck Expy Ext with Shell station on the corner. Take ramp left for I.295 South / I.695 South / Throgs Neck Expy. Road name changes to I295 South / Throgs Neck Expy. Stop for toll booth. At exit 8, take ramp right and follow signs for Cross Island Pkwy South. At exit 25A, take ramp left for Southern Pkwy / Southern State Pkwy East toward Eastern Long Island. At exit 22S, take ramp right for Meadowbrook Pkwy toward Jones Beach. At exit M9 W, take ramp right for Merrick Rd. west. Continue ahead and bear (stay) right at the first light to to stay on E. Merrick Rd. About 200 yards ahead on your left will be the Freeport Recreation Center at 130 E. Merrick Rd., Freeport, Long Island. Or if you bear left at this light, this becomes Mill Rd., stay on this a quarter mile (or less) and the huge free parking lot will be on your right hand side.

From NJ / PA / NY via George Washington Bridge
Depart I-95 North / US-1 North / US-9 North / George Washington Bridge Upper Level / Upper Level George Washington Bridge Toll road. Keep right onto I-295 South / Cross Bronx Expy. Keep straight onto I-295 South / I-695 South / Throgs Neck Expy. Road name changes to I-295 South / Throgs Neck Expy. Stop for toll booth, take ramp right and follow signs for Cross Is Pkwy South. At exit 25A, take ramp left for Southern State Pkwy East toward Eastern Long Island. At exit 22S, take ramp right for Meadowbrook Parkway South toward Jones Beach. At exit M9 W, take ramp right for Merrick Rd. west. Continue ahead and bear (stay) right at the first light to to stay on E. Merrick Rd. About 200 yards ahead on your left will be the Freeport Recreation Center at 130 E. Merrick Rd., Freeport, Long Island. Or if you bear left at this light, this becomes Mill Rd., stay on this a quarter mile (or less) and the huge free parking lot will be on your right hand side.
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