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What is the Guitar Guinness Record? The annual guitar festival is most of all an occasion for collective play, meetings and exchange of experience, and during this event, an attempt to break the Guinness record is made.

Guitar Guinness World Record 2019 in Wrocław!

On 1st of May 2019 "Hey Joe" is going to be played for the 17th time during the Thanks Jimi Festival in Wroclaw, Poland. This will include an attempt to break the festival's own standing Guinness World Record of 7,411 guitar players - playing together in Wroclaw's old market square.


Guinness World Guitar Record 2018 beaten!

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On May 1, 2018, song "Hey Joe" by Jimi Hendrix, was played together by 7411 guitarists and guitarists, which is the best result in the world!


Everything you need to know before Guitar Guinness World Record!

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We meet 1st of May on Wroclaw Market Square. Registration of participants starts at 10am at the registration points on the Market Square. If you can, print and fill in the pre-registration form (you can download it) - it will save us some time. You have to take your ID, school ID or other document with you. You don't need to be an adult to play with us. Participation in Guitars Guitars Record is FREE! During the registration you will receive the participant's hand-held ID and the official Certificate. You will also be able to purchase special plastic certificates, T-shirts and other festival gadgets.


The 15th Guitar Guinness Wrold Record is behind us!

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There were 6299 guitars and it was seen by the whole world! Thank you for the great atmosphere! Next year we’ll meet for the 16th time and we’ll try again! Although we didn’t beat last year’s record which was established in 2016, is still a very big number – bigger than the same kind of record in the USA. But the number is not the most important thing!



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