Ten riffmasters of any and all styles will be chosen to strut their stuff in front of celebrity judges at the Guitar Hero finals held at San Francisco’s historic music venue, The Great American Music Hall on September 23, 2006! Only one will emerge victorious as the 2006 Guitar Player Guitar Hero 2006. For more information on Guitar Hero 2006—as well as coverage of the 2005 competition—click to guitarplayer.com
All entries are due MAY 1, 2006…don’t delay! Enter now and wait and see if YOU will be Guitar Player’s next Guitar Hero!
Just click to www.sonicbids.com/guitarhero06 for instructions. There is a fee of $14.95 to enter the competition, which includes a free three-month membership to Sonicbids—a fabulous, online musician community that will help you promote your artistry. (The entry fee for current Sonicbids members is $10.) Sorry—no mail-in submissions will be accepted or returned. Deadline for all entries is May 1, 2006.
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