Guitar Museum in Sobrance

Region: Region Košice (Košický kraj)
District: Sobrance
City / Municipality: Sobrance
Latitude:48° 44' 31.23672" / 48.7420102
Longitude:22° 10' 53.257439999964" / 22.18146039999999
Included in categories: Museums
Guitar Museum Due to the reconstruction, the Guitar Museum is closed. Guitar Museum is a unique exhibition - one of the few of its kind in the world. The "Guitar king" Janči Ferko from Sobrance in Slovakia has done something exceptional. In small town Sobrance he built a Guitar Museum that maps the complete development and production of electrophonic guitars in former Czechoslovakia after the Second World War. Today, there are 1200 exhibits in the museum. There are 200 guitars, keyboards, amplifiers and period exhibits, accessed for vistors at present time in the gallery. In continually expanding gallery of music instruments belongs to the most valuable exhibits electrophonic contrabasses, hawai guitars and guitars Grazioso, awarded by gold medal at the EXPO 58 in Brussel. Grazioso guitars were provably used by famous musicians of the world music scene The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and Eric Clapton. Musem attracted interest of many well-known Slovak and Czech musicians and donated to Janči Ferko ... ... Read more
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1996

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