“Mariusz Goli is a guitarist, composer and busker born in Poznan, Poland. This street artist can be seen performing in Katowice as well as in other Polish cities. His music is very spontaneous, he loves to improvise. In his creations, he tries to cover elements of flamenco as well as all sorts of folk music. He’s still looking for his style, trying to discover new techniques. ”
Ortega Guitars – The Guitar Show
Ortega Guitars are once again proud to be attending The Guitar Show 2023 on February 25th and 26th at Cranmore Park, Birmingham. Stop by booth #131 where we will be displaying and demonstrating a huge range of instruments from our line-up including the brand-new releases for 2023. We encourage you to come and try out our range of nylon string guitars, unique ukuleles and our brand new range of Americana instruments plus loads more!
We will be joined for the weekend by Ortega Guitars artist, Mariusz Goli from Poland who will be performing on the main stage on both days, truly a performance you won’t want to miss… Plus, he’ll also be hanging around on our booth to answer any questions you might have and maybe, you’ll be able to have a jam with him too!
We are happy to announce our retail partners for the weekend will be the guys from The Bop Shop who are local to the area and you’ll be able to make purchases over the weekend should you wish!
Be sure to pop along to booth #131 and say hi! We look forward to seeing you all there!
General information about the brand:
“Established in 1994, Ortega Guitars introduced German design to authentic and traditional methods of guitar making. Committed to innovation and quality, we strive to improve what is expected at every level for all our acoustic instruments. Options like the 12hole bridge often found only on high-end guitars, are standard on our entry-level to professional nylon string guitars. Our wide variety of body and neck sizes accommodates all ages allowing everyone to learn and play. ”
Most important categories in our lineup:
– Nylon string guitars
– Bluegrass instruments (resonator guitars, banjos, mandolins)
– Acoustic basses
– Amplification & Electronics