2020 Station Summit Virtual: The Collectors Series Guitar Giveaway!
Hey everyone, we’re doing another Promax Station Summit Guitar Giveaway. Since Promax has gone virtual this year, so have we! Drawings to be held online on July 28, 29 & 30.
I’ve been working from home and dusting off a few cool guitars that need some TLC, so I decided to give away a few of these beauties from my personal stash. We’re calling it the “Collectors Series Guitar Giveaway”. These guitars are some of my favorite classic axes.
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Drawings to be held on July 28, July 29 and July 30th at 3pm CT. For questions call or email:
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Fender Road Worn 50s Telecaster Electric Guitar with Seymour Duncan pickups
Drawing Tuesday, July 28
This classic is one of my preferred examples of the first popular electric guitar, the Fender Telecaster. First designed by Leo Fender and his team in 1951. Little did they know that this model would STILL endure almost 70 years later! I think Fender did a terrific job as they “relic’ed” this Telecaster to give it that road-worn look and feel. I am especially impressed with the blazing Seymour Duncan Pickups they added to this model. Overall, I love Telecasters and their bright, clean and cutting sound, while they still retain a thick midrange and bass. It’s still a mainstay and a favorite of my collection…I LOVE playing this guitar!
Fender Stratocaster SRV Test Mule – with Quick Disconnect
Drawing Wednesday, July 29
Want to play a really smokin’ guitar? This Fender Stratocaster Stevie Rae Vaughn “test mule” is one of my favorite rigs. It’s based on the SRV custom shop guitar, with some “hot-rod” bonus features added. I wanted a quick disconnect system to switch out the single coil pickups for a dual humbucker set, plus some of the other cool parts: a Mexican Fender neck, a licensed new body hogged out for the lefty Gotoh tremolo, and a David Gilmour pickup switch for the bridge pickup to stay active and hot in all positions. I can really dive deeply into this rig, since the second pick guard is loaded with Epiphone Pro USA Probuckers pickups with push-pull coil splits (coil tapping). This thing just screams! Hmmm…maybe I should keep this one…nah!
The TEXACASTER Guitar
Drawing Thursday, July 30
I was ecstatic when found this carefully crafted, wild axe made by two guitar-crazy brothers in New Jersey (Les Brers Guitars). They were inspired to craft this masterpiece by their many business trips to Texas (my favorite state!). The result? The Texacaster – designed to look like a well-worn, classic ’57 Tele, but is in fact is a brand spanking new guitar. This thing is wild – it has brass saddles, bone nut, vintage Fender tuners, Alnico magnet pickups, and an Electrosocket output jack. I could stare all day at the acrylic distressed Texas flag front. And I think the back looks even cooler finished in a hand-rubbed TruOil finish. This Texacaster is both vintage AND new, with a legendary vintage look, but state-of -the-art parts and performance. I just might have to have them make me another one to keep!
Guild acoustic D40 Bluegrass Jubilee 2008 – with a DTAR Wavelength piezo pickup
Drawing Thursday, July 30
My 1st “real” guitar I got in high school was a Guild D-40, which I gigged with all thru my LA days in mid-to late ‘70s. I also used it to write almost all my early TV news music packages – so now it’s beat-up and road-worn. But I wanted to preserve this original “salad days” guitar, which I named “Mary,” so I got another go-to favorite – this Guild D40. I liked almost as much as “Mary” as it was also a bit worn and beat-up. In the interim, Guild renamed it as the D-40 Bluegrass Jubilee. Even though she plays and sounds better than my ‘60s Guild, it seems I always revert back to “Mary.” So the Jubilee has been in hibernation – and needs a new home – and some love!
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