Yeah Man, Line6, Squire, your buddy, it should be for everyone. Hobbiests and Musicians both (what's the difference again?).
The thing where you can't believe how some people can't differentiate Tone.... That's kinda how I feel about the "It's all in the hands" thing. Nice!
While we're dreamin'...
I'm guessing there will be alot of action at the Axe-Effex/Eleven-Rack booth, due to PlayingDeads success with the unit.
Maybe Bob Bralove can be there with some midi guitar rigs.
The Ground Contol Pro booth will probably do well (do they still make 'em?).
I would invite the LoopMaster guy.
Phred Instruments will probably sell alot of guitars.
Troy Post should have a booth. Andrew Olsen, Scarlet Fire guitars, etc... Alembic. Maybe Carvin Guitars can bring some DC400's.
I look forward to checking out the Old And In The Way Banjo booth, and the Pedal Steel Guitar zone. Depending on the location there could be an actual Pedal Steel Builder there. Maybe Barry Sless will play some Steel with Moonalice. I think Brad has one just like Jerry played on TYCW.
Pete Sears can bring the RuKind Doug Irwin Bass to show in the Phil Bass Gear zone.
I have noted that Takamine has been doing some demo-days lately (they had one at Guitar Trader in San Diego when i was down there recently). Maybe an acoustic guitar zone with Fishman pickups hosting. Anyone got an Ovation they can bring?
Guitar Center (or other local family oriented guitar store) could have a booth for the Squire crowd, and a stash of DiMarzios for sale.
Maybe get some of those new Fender drip edge Silverface reissues there.
There's gonna be alot of gear snobs in the house! Gotta have a Vintage Only Zone!
Just for fun... I'll put myself out on a limb and volunteer to chop heads on any inferior gear anyone wants me to play. A Liger or Squire Strat thru a Peavey???... OK