Video Contest: Win a Slash-autographed Epiphone guitar

March 18, 2013
Slash has partnered with Guitar World magazine in search of the ultimate cover artist. Musicians can upload a YouTube video of themselves performing Slash’s new single “Anastasia,” using the interactive guitar tab feature found here and email the link to:
The live video and interactive guitar tabs for the song were created by RealNetworks/Invu and enable fans to watch Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators perform “Anastasia” live for inspiration.

Guitar World magazine editors will choose the Top 5 contestants and the winner will be selected by Slash. The winning video will receive a guitar from Epiphone/Gibson signed by Slash.

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For videos to be eligible, the following contest guidelines must be followed:
    • Video must be titled: “Slash – Anastasia (Cover Contest).”
    • All entries must perform Slash’s new single “Anastasia” only, upload their performance using the interactive guitar tab and email the link to:
    • All entries must be a minimum of at least 30 seconds, but it is not necessary to perform the entire song.
    • All entries must be uploaded from March 13 through March 20.The winner will be contacted through a direct YouTube message and the signed guitar will be delivered by April 30.

Slash and his bandmates Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators--Myles Kennedy (vocals), Brent Fitz (drums), Todd Kerns (bass) and Frank Sidoris (guitar)--are in the midst of a world tour for their critically acclaimed album Apocalyptic Love which earned Slash his two first-ever #1 rock radio hits: “You’re A Lie” and “Standing In The Sun.” The album’s third single “Anastasia” has cracked the Top 25 at Active Rock this week landing at #24. The album was produced by Eric Valentine, who did the same honors for his first solo disc Slash, and all the songs on Aocalyptic Love were written together by Slash and Myles Kennedy.
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