Enter to Win an Epiphone Masterbilt Century De Luxe Classic Bass

September 28, 2017

 

 

Throughout October 2017, enter to win a new Epiphone Masterbilt Century De Luxe 4-string Bass with hard case. A winner from the U.S., Canada, and the UK/EU will be chosen November 1, 2017.

TO ENTER: CLICK HERE

The new Epiphone Masterbilt Century De Luxe 4-string Bass is the newest member of the Masterbilt Century family and includes all of the Masterbilt Century’s critically acclaimed features including a Solid Spruce top with traditional longitudinal bracing, Ebony fretboard, and the eSonic™ and Shadow NanoFlex™ HD pickup system for true acoustic tone when plugged in!

Visit Epiphone.com to enter to win throughout October 2017. Also, read our profile of critically acclaimed bassist Dominic Davis (Jack White, North Mississippi All Stars) as he checks out the new Epiphone Masterbilt Century De Luxe 4-string Bass!

About Epiphone:

For over 140 years, Epiphone has been a leading innovator in instrument design with models like the Casino, the Texan, and the new Masterbilt Century Archtop Collection. Epiphone is also home to the PRO-1 Collection and is the official instrument of Rocksmith® Remastered, the acclaimed video experience that’s teaching millions around the world how to play guitar and bass. Epiphone began as the “House of Stathopoulo” family business in Sparta in the 1870s and rose to fame in Manhattan’s jazz age before joining Gibson brands in 1957. Today, Epiphone continues to make history from its headquarters in Nashville, TN. Epiphones have powered classic recordings by Les Paul, The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones along with today’s top artists like Gary Clark Jr., Tommy Thayer of KISS, and James Bay. Epiphone offers innovation, history, and a lifetime guarantee. At Epiphone, we're designers, we're players, and we're mavericks. And, we're passionate about everything we do.


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