Godin Guitars partners with Seymour Duncan for a special online treasure hunt themed contest. A ‘treasure trove’ of guitars and accessories are up for grabs from the ‘bounty’ of prizes available over the duration of the contest. Two of the coveted electric guitar prizes include the amazing Godin Summit CT and Richmond Belmont Black Wash, both powered by Seymour Duncan pickups. The Godin Summit CT features a 24 ¾” scale, a carved high flame maple top, solid mahogany body, Godin High Definition Revoicer and Seymour Duncan 59 & Alnico 2 humbuckers. The vintage inspired Richmond Belmont also features a 24 ¾” scale and a solid mahogany body, along with two Seymour Duncan single coil lipstick pickups & the vintage bite of a Seymour Duncan ’59 humbucker in the bridge.
As per official Seymour Duncan press release: Seymour Duncan has teamed up with Godin, Richmond Guitars, Cort, Schecter Guitars, Jarrell Guitars, US Music Corp, and several artists to bring you an adventurous journey full of amazing tone treasures just waiting to be discovered. "Many people have theorized through the ancient Mayan calendars that 2012 is, in fact, the end of the world. However, we believe that 2012 is a year in which many will find their tone. This hunt represents a chance for everyone to discover new tone tools—and some incredible treasure." — David Orpheus, MMXI
The Great Tone Treasure Hunt is conducted online and through www.ToneHunt.com. It begins at the stroke of midnight (PST) at the beginning of the new year. Each hunt has three clues. Once you've solved them, submit your answers through the "Dig for Treasure" menu. Once they have a winner, Seymour Duncan will announce the prize and the answers — and then another hunt will begin, with exciting new prizes!
The countdown has begun. Join the Great Tone Treasure Hunt at: www.ToneHunt.com
Contest duration: January 1st - January 30th, 2012
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