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    Lab

    Rock ’n’ Roll with the Chicago Music Exchange & Reverb.com

    Thursday, Oct 15, 2015 4:00 - 6:00 PM @ Chicago Music Exchange
    This event is over! Please check the 2017 schedule.
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    Lab
    Labs bring together small groups for an exclusive, first-hand look into what happens behind the scenes at some of the most innovative companies, community leaders and institutions around Chicago.

    The ultimate web resource for musicians, reverb.com is the sole online marketplace of musical instruments, with thousands of guitars, amps, drums and, yes, reverb effects listed. CEO & Founder David Kalt, Content Director Dan Orkin and Brand Director Chrissy Hansen will guide you through how they’ve built Reverb in to the go-to resale market for instruments. Then, head over to the Chicago Music Exchange, where legends like Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, Carlos Santana, Adele, Mumford & Sons and Cheap Trick’s Rick have walked the halls over the past 25 years. Join Owner and Tour Manager David Kalt, named one of Crain’s Best Entrepreneurs of 2014, for an afternoon of rock and roll, and sample the Exchange’s guitars, amps and more in the same practice rooms used by the Exchange’s most famous musician customers.

    When
    Thursday, Oct 15, 2015 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Where
    Chicago Music Exchange
    3316 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, IL 60657
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