Author: ncarpenter

We attended the Australian Blues Festival in Goulburn, NSW on the weekend. After five years of drought it happened to rain while we were there. Saturday was a nice day but Sunday was a wash out! Our marquee was about to sail...

We have been so busy here at Wildwood Instruments that we haven't had time to update you with all the latest going on's! A whole swag of festivals have been lined up for the summer season. These include: Australian Blues Music Festival (Goulburn...

Wildwood Instruments is moving to Melbourne. We are relocating to the eastern states in February to be closer to the myriad of festivals and greater music playing population this country has to offer! We will be able to attend festivals in Queensland, New South Wales,...

Things are busying up at the Wildwood factory. It's coming into festival season, so many instruments are presently being built (almost 70 stringed instruments are currently under construction!).The York Jazz Weekend was a great starter for the season. The Blues at Bridgetown Festival...

24th York Jazz Weekend Originally uploaded by wildwood instruments. Greetings from the town of York! We're spending Jeff's birthday at the Jazz Weekend, where we've had heaps of interest in Nick's music instruments. The crowds are out...

Another well known Australian Folk singer Judy Small has aquired a Wildwood Travel Guitar before embarking on her tour of the US. These guitars are living up to their name, traveling all over the globe!Mandolins and Panpipes are back in stock, and very soon...

Here's another musician who's been giving our Travel Guitar lots of play across Australia: Stephen Pigram of The Pigram Brothers! He bought it when he visited our stall at the Blue Mountains Music Festival, and is seen playing it at the Fairbridge Festival in the...

Chris While & Julie Matthews are two singer/songwriters from the UK who bought a Travel Guitar each during the Wildwood Tour 2006. The above photo is a testament of the "travelability" of the guitar, and it's made its way to the stage, too!...