Dean Guitars Announces “Live From NAMM” Webcast, Artist Signing Schedule, and New Product Line

Dean Guitars was the first and only NAMM exhibitor to give users around the world an all-access ticket to all of the NAMM floor action with their multi-camera, real-time HD webcast. This year is no exception as Dean will unveil their 2011 instruments while presenting an impressive schedule of artist signings, exclusive interviews, instrument spotlights, live contests, giveaways and more.

Artists scheduled for signings and interviews in the combined Dean Guitars and ddrum booth include Dave Mustaine and Shawn Drover of Megadeth, Michael Schenker, Dave Lombardo of Slayer, Uli Jon Roth, Eric Peterson of Testament, Vinnie Paul, Tom Maxwell and Bob Zilla of Hellyeah, Tracii Guns of L.A. Guns, Eric Bass of Shinedown, David Vincent and Tim Yeung of Morbid Angel, Rusty Cooley, Leslie West of Mountain, Michael Angelo Batio, Carmine Appice, and John Humphrey of Seether. Overall, there are over 100 interviews scheduled.

New product highlights include the Bret Michaels Signature Acoustic, the John Entwistle Hybrid Bass, the official launch of the complete Dime Amplification line, several new Dave Mustaine Signature VMNT guitars, new Dimebag guitars, as well as signature models from Michael Angelo Batio, Michael Schenker, Vinnie Moore, Eric Peterson, Tom Maxwell, Jon Connolly, Scott Weiland of Stone Temple Pilots, Leslie West, Arch Enemy's Michael Amott, the Rusty Cooley RC8 and the new Nash Vegas.

Over 100,000 viewers tuned in live to see the Dean Guitars "Live from NAMM" Webcast, and it will once again be hosted by Metal Sanaz and Sirius XM on-air personality Jose Mangin. "Dean Guitars live from NAMM" webcast is powered by NewTek TriCaster.

See it live Jan 14 to 16, 2011 at www.deanguitars.com/webcast.

 

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