Rifles have been a part of the color guard activity since the days of military pageantry. Traditionally, these nonfunctioning rifles were made from wood with metal parts to look just like their functioning counterparts.
“What is Winterguard? It’s just colorguard in the winter, right?”
Yes, at its core… but it is more complicated than that.
A PA system, or Public Address System, is used to project sound/music to a large group. These systems are used in sports stadiums, concerts, marching bands, parades, auctions, news conferences, or any situation where a voice or instrument needs to be amplified.
When it’s time to start filling up the holiday stocking for your Band Aficionado, have no fear. We’ve got 10 products that will easily assist to fill it up and help them out with products and accessories that they want and need!
Over the past 13 years, you’ve seen Band Shoppe’s Air Blade on the field, in marching band shows, winter guard shows, and on TV including an episode of Glee and during Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl Halftime show. But have you ever wondered where the idea of the Air Blade actually came from?
Your flags are an essential part of your color guard and winter guard show, but if you’re not using the right flagpole you could be compromising your performance.
Don’t miss out on Band Shoppe’s fall color guard uniform sale with 10% off all custom color guard and percussion uniforms perfect for those upcoming indoor Color Guard, Percussion, and Winds shows.
Learn how to properly tape your color guard rifles with this easy to follow tutorial with a free, print friendly downloadable version. Band Shoppe can help you keep your new color guard rifle spinning great.
Finding the right twirling baton can be overwhelming, that’s why Band Shoppe has put together a handy twirling baton guide including tips on choosing the best length for your majorettes or twirl team.
Our 10% Off Custom Guard and Percussion Uniform Sale Has Begun! From April 16th until…