Go To Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp

Win a scholarship in a prize draw from Bugera      05/01/09
Go To Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp


Bugera, the amp maker, is offering a place at Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp. Here's all the details from their press release...
Bugera is co-sponsoring with Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp to give away a spot at the legendary music camp's 2009 spring session in Hollywood, California.
This awesome prize is being given away to promote's new line of hand-built, all-valve guitar amps and to celebrate Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp's eleven years of success. It is a chance for one lucky winner to jam with the stars, train and talk one-on-one with famous rock legends, record with them at Capitol Studios, perform a live show with them at the famous Whisky A Go Go nightclub, and literally live out a rock n roll fantasy while gaining fantastic experience.
The 5-day intensive music camp includes daily band practice and workshops with celebrity camp counselors. Past counselors have included rockers from groups such as KISS, The Who, Cream, Guns N Roses, The Eagles, Motley Crue, Iron Maiden, Queen, Bad Company, Doobie Brothers, Night Ranger, YES, Deep Purple, The Go-Gos, Grand Funk Railroad, Anthrax, The Pretenders, and many more.
There are only two ways to enter the drawing for this event: either in person at the Bugera booth at the '09 Winter NAMM show, January 15-18 in Anaheim, CA, or online at the Bugera Web site. Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp is open to anyone 18 years of age or older, and there is no prerequisite level of skill necessary to attend.
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