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NAMM Show 2020

We're adding extensive promotion to your Premier Guitar NAMM video to guarantee your video will attract even more attention and engagement from the Premier Guitar audience!

Your NAMM demo video will be featured in:

 • Premier Guitar's Youtube Channel: Over 460,000 subscribers  - Click here for last year's coverage

•  Premier Guitar Newsletter:  Featured in a blast to 227,000 guitarists and bassists.  - Click for an example

•  Article on Over 750,000 monthly users - Click for an example

•  NAMM specific landing page on - Click for an example

•  Premier Guitar's Home Page 

Premier Guitar's Facebook Page: Over 730,000 Likes

Premier Guitar's Instagram Page: Over 200,000 Followers

Premier Guitar's Twitter Page: Over 127,000 followers

• New NAMM Demo Showcase alongside the April Issue (released in March 2020)

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 Pay with OrderInvoicing on Dec 1, 2019
One Video$795$995
Two Videos$1,395$1,695
3 Videos$1,895$2,295

Upgrades are available!

You have the ability to upgrade your standard video package with the following options:

+$995 - Gold Package: One additional round of social media posts boosted to our audience. (Potential reach of over 1 Million)  

+$1,495 - Platinum Package: One additional round of social media post boosted to our audience PLUS a newsletter sponsorship slot. (Potential reach of over 1.25 Million)

Contact your PG rep below for pricing and details.

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Questions? Contact your PG rep below for more info or additional options.

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Musicians feel and experience influence in many ways. And to be certain, Tom Verlaine’s guitar playing—his deconstructed melodies, pointed attack, and capacity for flight—inspired many to attempt imitation. But for a lot of us, Verlaine’s guitar and voice, and the music he created with Television and as a solo artist, were much more than another set of musical tricks to nick. They symbolized liberation and freedom from musical constraints, the rush, promise, and exhilaration of bohemian city life, the world of poets, and the notion that outsider musical voices could find audience and reverence. In the end, Verlaine’s playing may have been impossible to duplicate. But the electricity in his expression suggested an enormity of potential to those looking for a ray of light in weird times.

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