If you’re looking to plan a future guitar-geeky vacation, look no further than this incredible city. Whether you’re into historic venues, shopping for guitars, or memorabilia, get ready to take a virtual vacation of THE Music City!
On this episode of Acoustic Tuesday, I’m taking you through the top 10 guitar-geek destinations within Nashville, Tennessee.
Besides taking a trip through Nashville, you’ll hear plenty of historical tidbits and trivia, such as why Johnny Cash was banned from the Grand Ole Opry, how Gruhn Guitars got started in Nashville, and inside look at Carter Vintage Guitars.
Nashville is an absolutely incredible city. There are few cities I would recommend more to a fellow guitar geek. That being said, I’ve created a list of the top 10 reasons you need to visit Nashville. So, be sure to watch the whole video!
Let me know if I missed anything in Nashville. I’d love it if this became a resource for all guitar geeks looking for the best things to do in Nashville!
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10.) Johnny Cash Museum
9.) Bluebird Cafe
8.) Artisan Guitars
7.) Ernest Tubb’s Record Shop
6.) RCA Studio B
5.) Station Inn
4.) Carter Vintage Guitars
3.) Country Music Hall of Fame
2.) Ryman Auditorium
1.) Gruhn’s Guitars