GUITAR WORLD Magazine Invites You To Design Your Dream Guitar

Guitar World magazine and premier guitar-makers Fender Musical Instrument Corporation are offering fans a chance to design their "dream" guitar and have it judged by three true hard rock icons: BLACK SABBATH's Tony Iommi (No. 1 on Guitar World's list of the greatest metal guitarists), AEROSMITH's Joe Perry and RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE/AUDIOSLAVE's Tom Morello.

All submission will be accepted, regardless of whether they're scrawled on a cocktail napkin or mapped out on graph paper via CAD engineering. One winning design will be built to spec by the Fender Custom Shop.

Some of the entries will appear in Guitar World during the next several months. The winner will be announced in the October 2004 issue, with the winning entry appearing in the magazine in January 2005.

Submit your entry by August 1, 2004 to:

Guitar Design Contest
c/o Guitar World
149 Fifth Avenue
9th Floor
New York, NY 10010

Entries will not be returned.


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