Deadline Close for Signed Epiphone Guitar

December 13, 2013
Courtesy of Sturgis Buffalo Chip
The deadline is coming to be able to win the signed Epiphone guitar.

Time is running out on the opportunity to win the limited edition Epiphone Coronet guitar autographed by 2013 Sturgis Buffalo Chip music festival performers, Alien Ant Farm, Fuel and Filter. The Sturgis Rally destination is giving away the collectible guitar through its Rock the Holidays Guitar Sweepstakes. The Buffalo Chip guitar is a collectors dream because it is the only one of its kind in the world. The sweepstakes is free to enter on and participating partners’ sites, but those interested in entering must do so prior to Dec, 17, 2013 at 5 p.m. MST. 

“A limited edition guitar signed by these three amazing bands is a gift music-lovers and Sturgis Rally enthusiasts won’t soon forget,” says Rod Woodruff, president of the Sturgis Buffalo Chip. “We’re eager to hand it over to the winner.”

In addition to autographs from Alien Ant Farm, Fuel and Filter, the commemorative Epiphone guitar includes custom graphics and the signature of Buffalo Chip owner, Rod Woodruff. The instrument features a double cutaway design, compensated wrap-around bridge, single volume control, high output 700T humbucker pickup, mahogany body, bolt-on mahogany neck and a rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays.

Enter the Rock the Holidays Sweepstakes at or participating partners’ sites for your chance to win this exclusive Buffalo Chip music lover’s memento. The Buffalo Chip will announce the guitar sweepstakes winner Dec. 19.

The partners who made the Rock the Holidays Guitar Sweepstakes possible include Epiphone, Alien Ant Farm, Fuel, Filter, Rock 106.5 in Salt Lake City, XRock 103.5/101.1 in Rapid City and

About Epiphone
Celebrating its 140th Anniversary, Epiphone is a leading innovator in musical instrument design and is the official instrument of Rocksmith 2014, the critically acclaimed video experience that is teaching millions around the world how to play guitar and bass. From Epiphone’s humble beginnings in Sparta, Greece in 1873 through its rise to fame on 14th Street in Manhattan, to its reemergence as a dominant force in musical instruments from its new headquarters in Nashville, TN, Epiphone instruments can be heard on a century of classic recordings. Today, Epiphone instruments are played on stages and in studios around the world. Epiphone artists include legends Les Paul, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Joe Pass, John Lee Hooker, The Who, and today’s top artists like Gary Clark Jr., Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Jack Casady, Joe Bonamassa, Zakk Wylde, Dwight Yoakam, Tommy Thayer of KISS, Slash, FUN., Matt Heafy, Alabama Shakes, Vampire Weekend, and Brendon Small. As part of Gibson Brands, Epiphone offers innovation, history, and the guarantee that their instruments can last you a lifetime.


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