Following the success of last year's "Live From NAMM", Dean Guitars' live webcast of the 2007 NAMM show, Dean is again giving guitar players worldwide a members-only look at NAMM with the second installment of the program.
Dean fans will be able to go to DeanGuitars.com to view an array of rocks stars spending their day at the Dean booth. Cameras go live on Friday, January 18 at noon CST and will continue airing throughout the weekend.
"There's hardly an artist in the building that doesn't stop by the Dean booth and gets on camera," says Dean Guitars CEO Elliott Rubinson.
Musicians that are scheduled to appear at the 2008 event include Dave Mustaine and Glen Drover of MEGADETH, Leslie West, Vinnie Moore, Michael Batio, Rusty Cooley, Tom Maxwell of HELLYEAH, Beefcake the Mighty of GWAR, Matt Heafy and Corey B. of TRIVIUM, and John Conelly of SEVENDUST. A full list of artists and times will be available online at DeanGuitars.com. Hosting this year's booth action will be Lacey Conner, villainess co-star of VH1's hit TV show "Rock of Love" featuring POISON's Bret Michaels.
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