Sterling, IL – August 6, 2015 – (GuitarPR) – BadAzz Guitar Stands owner, Rhawn Boesen, reveals the Jimi Hendrix Display at the Musician’s Hall of Fame in Nashville, TN. This display was a joint project between BadAzz Guitar Stands, LLC, The Musician’s Hall of Fame Museum and Bishop-Lyons Entertainment Company.
The entire process of creating this one-of-a-kind tribute was documented and filmed as part of the pilot for the upcoming reality show, “Music Man.”
“It was such an honor to create this display for Jimi. He has always been an inspiration to me, and so many others,” said Boesen. “It seemed right to start this show where Jimi learned to play guitar.”
The display contains 720 pounds of solid steel, custom laser etching, KAMELEON® “House of Kolor” paint with an array of neon lights, engraved with the Jimi Hendrix signature. The guitar featured in the display is a 1967 Sunburst Fender Stratocaster listed in the official book of instruments owned by Jimi Hendrix.
According to the museum CEO, Joe Chambers, “This is a fantastic tribute to Jimi and has made a huge impact on how our patrons are enjoying their experience. We would love to display all of our guitars on Badazz Stands.”
The Bishop-Lyons Entertainment Company was able to capture the entire process from the design and manufacture in Sterling, IL to the reveal in Nashville.
Andy Bishop, Bishop-Lyons Entertainment CEO, says, “Rhawn’s work is a family business. His incredible passion for creating one-of-a-kind guitar displays led us to him. It was wonderful to follow his team and experience the humor, creativity and ingenuity that went into this project.”
About BadAzz Guitar Stands, LLC
BadAzz Guitar Stands, LLC construct one-of-a kind display case and premium Rhapsody Stands for guitars. The company’s flagship Rhapsody collection is constructed of high quality aluminum with laser cut design and powder coated in several high gloss colors. All BadAzz products are handcrafted and made in the U.S.A. More information at BadAzzGuitarStands.com and facebook.com/badazzguitarstand.