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Try a Laney Ironheart Studio to Win An iPad Mini
Pop into the Gear4music showroom and ask for a demo of the Laney Irontheart IRT-Studio and we'll give you an entry form to win an iPad mini.
Simply fill it in, hand it back to us and keep your fingers crossed!
The Ironheart Studio gives you crushing tone in a 2U rack, featuring the same Ironheart tones as the bigger heads but it a low wattage package.
The sweepstake will be open from now until the 31st November 2013, with the winner being announced on 4th December 2013.
By Victoria Brown
Posted on 4 Oct 2013 15:21 to category : Instruments News
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