Taylor Guitar Sweepstakes

Disc Makers Taylor Guitar Sweepstakes

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Get your hands on a Taylor 412ce Grand Concert Acoustic/Electric Guitar package that includes over $4,000 in prizes in the Disc Makers Taylor Guitar Sweepstakes.

Disc Makers, The Music Zoo, Merchly, and Guitar Tricks are giving you a chance to win a massive prize package that includes an expertly crafted Taylor 412ce Grand Concert Acoustic/Electric Guitar.

Sign up today!

It’s an acoustic. It’s an electric. It’s a Taylor.

Taylor continues its long tradition of making superb guitars with the 412ce, combining the sound quality of an acoustic with the projection of an electric.

With a Grand Prize package that includes items from Disc Makers, The Music Zoo, Merch.ly, CD Baby, and The SoundLAB, you have a chance to win your very own acoustic-electric hybrid that boasts a timeless sound quality paired with modern amplification, a CD manufacturing package, T-Shirts, distribution, and much more. And if that isn’t good enough, you get a free one-month subscription to Guitar Tricks just for entering.

The Taylor Guitars Sweepstakes Grand prize package includes:

  • A Taylor 412ce-N Grand Concert acoustic/electric nylon string guitar
  • 1,000 CDs in Digipaks
  • 100 11″ x 17″ Posters
  • 100 Download cards
  • 10 song mastering by The SoundLAB
  • 50 Single Color Custom T-shirts from Merchly
  • The Mega Distribution Bundle from CD Baby
  • A custom-framed commemorative plaque
  • Total value: $4,203.50

Everybody gets:

  • Free one-month subscription to Guitar Tricks
  • Access to over 11,000 lessons
  • Tutorials for over 600 songs
  • A $29.95 value

Sign up before this sweepstakes ends!

Giveaway ends April 3, 2017 and a winner will be chosen by April 12, 2017

Custom merch. Affordable gear. Swift delivery. That's what Merch.ly is all about.

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