"Vaudeville Frolic " Cigar Box Guitar Poster - 12 x 18-inch
This poster is an artistic throwback to the Vaudeville phenomenon that was made popular in the United States and Canada from the late 1800's until the early 1930's. Vaudeville was a mixture of many different acts, mostly aimed at providing clean and safe entertainment to theater goers. A show for the whole family! Many homemade instruments, including cigar box guitars, were used in these shows.
This poster is printed on 12 x 18" brown kraft paper, and is a perfect decoration for your workshop, man (or woman) cave or music room. They also make great gifts for the music lover in your life! Featuring a photo of six-year-old Kieran, son of C. B. Gitty founder Ben Baker, this poster was designed by Shane Speal and printed in the USA.
Your purchase of this inexpensive poster helps support our research and historical preservation work, ensuring that more gems like this will be re-discovered and made available to the homemade instrument community!