Win An Eigenharp Alpha

Prize goes to the best best Pico player on YouTube - judging panel includes Hans Zimmer      04/12/09
Win An Eigenharp Alpha


Here's Eigenlabs' press release...
We know that many of you would love to own an Eigenharp Alpha. So we've decided to give one away to the best Pico player out there.
We've put together a great judging panel which includes Hans Zimmer, Courtney Pine and Eigenharp inventor John Lambert.
All you need to do is get your hands on an Eigenharp Pico (just £349), record a performance, upload it to YouTube and post us a link using the competition entry form. You can make up to six entries and the competition closes on 28th February 2010. The winner will receive an Eigenharp Alpha worth over £4,000. Check out the details here: win-an-alpha/.
Please make sure you read the competition Terms and Conditions in full before entering: eigenlabs.com/competition-terms/ We'll send a free Eigenlabs T-shirt to the first ten entrants!
If you don't yet own a Pico, we're currently offering pre-Christmas delivery with same day shipping if you order before 3pm. Prices remain at £349 for December and January, but will be rising in February. Get yours here: eigenlabs.com/pico/.
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    1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    mysticradio    Said...

    wanna see the future become reality?

    Check out the first StarWars lV .... and look at the band playing in the bar scene.... the 'brainhelmet' guys.... does what they are playing look eerily like an Eigenharp? Sure looks that way to me.

    06-Dec-09 12:07 PM


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