The Best Guitarists in the world. Who are we talking about? Jbonamassa

The Best Guitarists in the world. Who are we talking about? Jbonamassa

We are talking about none other than the king of blues whome we know since the age of 13 since his days of  Touring with B.B.King has taken an extra initiative by becoming the founder of keeping the blues alive (Non-Profit)

To honor the blues legend B.B.King that helped him start his career and to raise money for his non-profit, the “Keeping The Blues Alive Foundation”, Joe has donated this guitar and is ready to give it away to one lucky blues fan. Each time someone enters this contest, not only will they have a chance to win, but Joe Bonamassa will donate 10 cents to Keeping The Blues Alive. So enter to win and share this with your friends. Together we can Keep the Blues Alive, so EVERYONE IS A WINNER!

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JBonamassa Guitar

The specifications of the guitar are as follow:

Nut width: 1.68”

Headstock Sloped dovewing with pearloid “Luucille” inlay

Neck: Hard Maple, glued hand set

Scale Length: 24.75”

Machine Heads: Grover

Inlay: Pearloid Block

Body: Maple

Bridge Lock-Tone (Tune-O-Matic)

Read more form the contest page Here

 

 

King Of Blues

The King Of Blues is reconognized from every corner of the globe & every continent on Earth. Joe is using his star power to deliver music education.

Jbonamassa in additions to weekly donations to music education programs, the non-profit supports scholarships and promotes blues music by partnering with sponsors such as Guitar Center, Ernie Ball, and Joe’s label, J&R Adventures.

Read More Here

 

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