Win! A complete guitar rig worth $2,300
Electric performances, pro masterclasses and insightful panel discussions aren’t the only things to get excited about for Guitar.com Live. You’ll also be in the running to win a complete rig worth $2,304 – all you need to do is pre-register for the free three-day virtual guitar show and answer a simple question.
READ MORE: The full Guitar.com Live programme is here!
We’ve partnered with Harmony Guitars, Mono and Teisco to give one lucky winner a full guitar rig. Here’s what you stand to win:
Harmony Juno + Mono Stealth case ($1,199): The Juno reimagines the Harmony H44 Stratotone, retaining the balance and playability of the original with a few modern twists. The mahogany-bodied guitar, which is equipped with two hand-wound gold foil P-90s, comes with the lightweight Stealth case
Harmony 8418 Amp ($399): Here’s a faithful reproduction of the original 8418, a small five-watt combo with 6V6 tubes and a six-inch Jensen Alnico speaker
Mono Pedalboard Carbon Small and Club Accessory Case 2.0 ($299): Let your stompboxes shine with this lightweight Mono pedalboard, which features a flat design and is made of 100 per cent carbon fibre for durability
Teisco Fuzz, Delay and Boost ($129-$149): Pedalboard looking a little bare? Plonk down this trio of analogue pedals whose tones are as striking and wild as its colourful enclosures
How to enter
Pre-register for Guitar.com Live and answer the following question:
About Guitar.com Live
The free three-day virtual guitar show, held in just a week’s time from 2-4 October 2020, will play host to dozens of Grammy winners, industry giants, up-and-coming musicians, guitar influencers and boutique builders from six continents. The likes of Paul Reed Smith, Joe Bonamassa, St Vincent, Taylor Guitars and Carlos Santana will share their expertise in over 15 workshops and masterclasses, 20 interviews and panels, and 15 performances – and it’ll all come together in a jaw-dropping interactive 3D virtual experience.
Guitar.com Live will be held from 2-4 October 2020.
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