Paul Gilbert has announced the details of the Great Guitar Escape 3.0, set to take place July 25-29 at the Cambria Pines Lodge in Cambria, California.
For the camp's third year, the legendary shredder went all out and invited a few iconic friends to join him as guest instructors. These include MEGADETH's Kiko Loureiro and David Ellefson, as well as former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal, Andy Timmons (DANGER DANGER) and Bruce Bouillet (RACER X, THE SCREAM). This all-star lineup will be hosting workshops, reflecting their signature sounds and styles and offering an immersive experience for 75 campers. Moreover, they'll be jamming, performing, and hanging with you 24/7.
About the Great Guitar Escape 3.0, Gilbert comments, "I really feel like we got the best lineup possible for version 3.0. Each instructor brings something extremely unique to the table. You're going to learn, feel inspired, and most of all have a great time. This is four days of complete and total guitar immersion. We can't wait. Get ready!"
Check out a video announcement from Gilbert below.
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