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Orange announces Musikmesse amp giveaway
The company explained it would be putting four Dark Terror amplifiers up for grabs for music enthusiasts attending the show in Frankfurt from April 10th to 13th, MI Pro reports.
Visitors to Musikmesse will all be given a goodie bag at the Orange Amps booth (F60 in Hall 4.0) and one lucky punter will receive a golden ticket which when returned to the company's stand before 5pm that day will be entitled to a free Dark Terror amplifier head.
One of the prizes will be given away on each of the days that the event is going on and is yet another reason why fans should get themselves down to see all the very best that the music industry has to offer.
Musikmesse brings together all the biggest companies from the world of live music and showcases all the various products that brands have to offer with the likes of Fender, Peavey and D'Angelico all set to be in attendance.
Posted by AW.Posted on 2 Apr 2013 11:55 to category : Instruments News
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