KELSO PLAYS INSTRUMENTAL ROLE IN BRINGING LATEST SOUNDS TO BORDERS

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Borders musicians gathered in Kelso last week to view the latest instruments from top brands such as Cort Guitars, Duallist Pedals and UFIP Cymbals.

The free event, which included music-related stalls, workshops and demonstrations from music industry experts and musicians, was organised by Borders-based Live Act Music Lessons and Clinkscale Music. Those who attended, from musicians as young as eight to seasoned pros, were given the opportunity not only to see the new products ahead of the Frankfurt Trade Show later this month, but also benefited from workshops and demonstrations that took place throughout the day.

From far left: Steve Clinkscale, James Robertson (Live Act Music Lessons) Kevin Mackie (Duallist Pedals), Kevein Ecosse (UFIP Cymbals) Matt Marriott (Cort Guitars)

From far left: Steve Clinkscale, James Robertson (Live Act Music Lessons) Kevin Mackie (Duallist Pedals), Kevein Ecosse (UFIP Cymbals) Matt Marriott (Cort Guitars)

Following TheSouthern’s competition, Hugh Sneddon of Galashiels was winner of the Cort Guitar Pack. He’s pictured, right, with his prize at the Live Act Music Shop. Michael Jewitt of Walkerburn won the one-year bursery. Also photographed from left, Steve Clinkscale, James Robertson (Live Act Music Lessons), Kevin Mackie (Duallist Pedals), Kevin Ecosse (UFIP Cymbals) and Matt Marriott (Cort Guitars).