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Randy Woods Guitars Announces Larrivee Guitar Giveaway

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Larrivee Guitar GiveawayBloomington, Ga. (August 12, 2016) -- Randy Woods Guitars is proud to announce they are giving away a brand new Larrivee Model D-02 Guitar valued at $1500. To enter the contest, please visit randywoodmusic.com to fill out an entry form and catch the next live streaming concert from Randy’s Pickin’ Parlor on August 12 with at 8:00 pm Eastern with ClayBank. Other upcoming live concerts include: August 27 - Alan Bibey & Grasstowne; September 9 - Tim & Myles Thompson; and September 16 - Roy Book Binder. Entries will be accepted until midnight October 7. The drawing will take place during Trinity River Band’s concert on October 8, 2016 when the winner will be announced.

The Larrivee Model D-02 Guitar is made of solid Canadian Sitka Spruce; back & sides are solid African Khaya Mahogany; bridge & fingerboard are solid ebony; body binding is solid Canadian Maple, and bridge pins, sale & nut are solid bone. The guitar winner will also receive a Larrivee Hard Case.

Winner Will Be Announced October 8, 2016 During the Trinity River Band Concert

Don’t miss this opportunity to win this gorgeous instrument. Please visit randywoodsmusic.com for more information.

Randy’s Pickin’ Parlor has been hosting live shows at the 100-seat concert hall for just over a decade. Beginning in 2013, Randy Wood’s Pickin’ Parlor has delivered these concerts via live streaming to music fans around the world directly to fans on their laptop, tablet or smartphone. State-­of-­the-­art streaming is done “Live” in HD with amazing sound capture during the concerts direct from Randy Wood’s Pickin’ Parlor by partnering with Cody Slatten, Saltymoss C.E.O. and Executive Producer. Cody brings over 15 years of film, television and music video experience to each and every production. He is well­known for his Emmy™ award­-winning work.

Randy Wood has been producing top-quality instruments since the 1960s and performing his craft for everyone from Elvis Presley, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Bill Monroe and more.

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