TRIUMPH's RIK EMMETT, MOUNTAIN's LESLIE WEST To Help Celebrate DEAN's 30th Anniversary

Dean Guitars is giving the world a never-before look at Winter NAMM with the Dean Guitars "Live from NAMM" webcast, January 19-21 — a live web event capturing every outlandish minute of the show. This revolutionary concept is going to blow the roof off NAMM and change forever the way the NAMM show is experienced by the public. This is all to celebrate Dean's 30th anniversary.

"Everybody wants a ticket to the NAMM show … now they can get in courtesy of Dean Guitars with our 'Live from NAMM' webcast. Fans from around the world will experience the madness with us as thousands of players check out the hottest guitar line in the world," said Dean B. Zelinsky, Dean's founder.

"Live from NAMM" will be hosted by one of the voluptuous and NAMM-famous Dean Girls, who will be on cam throughout the show making the event even more exciting. Dean's viewers will catch interviews with top rockers as they join Dean Guitars to celebrate the launch of a year long celebration of Dean Guitars' 30th anniversary. Scheduled appearances include recently signed guitarists Rik Emmett of TRIUMPH, as he unveils his new signature white Dean V model, and Leslie West of MOUNTAIN, who will be rocking his newest single cutaway model.

In addition to the madmen of the music world patrolling the aisles, viewers will get a first-hand look at the newest guitars in the Dean 2007 lineup which includes several new models, including new Dimebag Darrell guitars and several 30th anniversary models.

If you're going to be in area, Dean Guitars is at Booth 5466. Stop by and make some history. Just remember what happens at the NAMM show no longer stays at the NAMM show.

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