Stephen Arnold Music is celebrating the 2021 Promax North America Awards by giving away a trio of classic guitars. Broadcast professionals are invited to enter for a chance to win a “Gold,” “Silver” or “Bronze” guitar associated with guitar heroes such as Les Paul, Leo Fender and Jimi Hendrix. Just as a Promax Award stands for excellence in entertainment marketing, these iconic guitars represent the pinnacle in rock n’ roll history.


Gibson Les Paul Tribute Gold Top

The winner of the gold guitar will receive a limited-edition Gibson Les Paul Tribute Gold Top. An homage to Les Paul’s pre-1957 sound, this spectacular guitar has a mahogany body and neck, a grain-textured, satin-finish top, and a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard. This guitar is a rock and blues legend so it’s loaded with rich history, a killer tone, and comes with a hard shell case.


Fender 75th Anniversary Telecaster

The “Silver” guitar to be awarded is a Fender 75th Anniversary Telecaster. Built to commemorate the diamond anniversary of the company founded by Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame member Leo Fender, this slick rig embodies the bold, revolutionary look and sweet “Tele” tones that have been a Fender signature for decades. The guitar features a special 75th anniversary neck plate and comes with a deluxe gig bag.


Supro Island Jamesport Bronze

The “Bronze” prize is a Supro Island Series Jamesport guitar. This is a 21st century update of a classic Supro solid-body instrument that was believed to be the first guitar owned by Jimi Hendrix. (David Bowie and Bob Dylan were also users.) This somewhat obscure guitar (which comes with a gig bag) has heart and character in spades, and a voice that, while rooted in the 60s, still sounds fresh and clear. And not everyone has one!

UPDATED SCHEDULE: Enter now for your chance to win a Gold, Silver or Bronze guitar from Stephen Arnold Music. Submissions close Sunday, August 22, 11:59 PT.
Drawing to be held online on September 1st, at the beginning of the virtual Promax North America Awards at 3 p.m. PT/6 p.m. ET. Rules and Regulations here.