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I visited this place in the Belmont library with my fiancée and her brother. The guide was friendly, knowledgeable, and engaging. I really enjoyed being allowed to play a 1933 Gibson — truly a once in a lifetime experience.
What a hidden gem this is. Located in the library at Belmont University, you won’t find a more pleasurable, unique collection of historic guitars & mandolins than the Shaw Collection. Exhibits include the iconic 1958 Gibson Les Paul Standard and a 1939 Martin D-45, one...More
My boyfriend is a local musician back home and he absolutely loved the exhibit. I’m a history buff and loved being able to see how the instrument has evolved over time and artifacts from the 1880s. It was well worth the $5. It’s not very...More
Incredible story behind this multi-million dollar collection of guitars. If you play guitar or you don't, you will appreciate this room full of history. Be sure to listen to the story and enjoy the incredible guitars you can look at and the ones you can...More
Located on the grounds of Belmont and within the Lila D. Bunch University is the Gallery of Iconic Guitars, so it's not a self standing building but a space within the library. Now, I'm not a huge fan but if you are in-store for a...More
This is a new museum of Iconic Guitars at the Belmont University Library (May 2017) . If you love Martins, Fenders, Gibsons guitars, acoustic guitars and mandolin, this is the place for you. We were at the Belmont University for business and heard about this...More