Dean Guitars has released a preliminary schedule of events and artists appearing during its "Live from NAMM" webcast, to be broadcasted live on www.deanguitars.com January 19-21, 2007. Most notably is a very special announcement (rumored to involve MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine's new deal with the company) to be seen live at 1:00 p.m. PST, Friday, January 19.

"This announcement promises to be a major event in the history of Dean Guitars proportional with the magnitude of Dean's 30th anniversary," said company founder Dean B. Zelinsky.

Artists who are expected to be hanging out at the Dean booth during the live broadcast and chatting with one of the Dean girls hosting the three-day event include Michael and brother Rudolf Schenker of the SCORPIONS, the legendary Leslie West of MOUNTAIN, Rik Emmett of TRIUMPH, Kerry Livgren of KANSAS, Michael Angelo Batio, Vinnie Paul of PANTERA, and a host of others.

"The three-day live webcast should be huge for home viewing with the events we have planned. Plus it seems like every rock star in the building always makes their way to the Dean booth when you have rock legends like the Schenker brothers and Leslie West, not to mention all the stars that stop by to pay homage to the great Dimebag Darrell," said Zelinsky.

"Viewers are sure to see some wild things when these guys stop by, and as much as we try to plan these things, you just never know what will happen. All I can say is 'What happens at NAMM no long stays at NAMM,'" Zelinsky added.

For more information, visit www.deanguitars.com.


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