The video contest gives entrants the chance to win a $5000 custom Ovation Adamas or one of 12 Ovation Celebrity guitars for uploading a video lesson.

Ovation Guitars has launched a new video contest that gives entrants the chance to win a $5000 custom Ovation Adamas or one of 12 Ovation Celebrity guitars for uploading a video lesson.



Each week during the twelve-week contest period (July 12 through October 12), a third party judge designated by Ovation will select a video entry and award one Ovation Celebrity guitar model CC24. The judging criteria will be based on accuracy, video production quality and ease of use. Each weekly winner will be notified by either email or regular mail, subject to completion of an Affidavit of Eligibility and such other forms as required. Weekly winners will remain eligible for the Grand Prize.

Here's what Ovation's website has to say about the contest:

Pick a song or technique, show the world how to play it on video, upload it to our contest site and get your friends and family voting. Every week for 12 weeks the top-rated lesson video wins, and it could be yours. So start playing, and start shooting.

Step 1: Create and submit your video.
The first thing you'll need to do is register for the contest. When you've done that, watch the video above - it'll take you through everything you need to know.

Step 2: Tell your friends and family to vote.
The more votes you get from folks who like your lesson, the better your chances. So start cracking the whip as soon as your video has uploaded.

Step 3: Sit back and see if you WIN!
Every week for 12 weeks the entry with the most votes wins an Ovation Celebrity guitar. The Grand Prize is a custom American-made Ovation Adamas.
For more information:
contest.ovationguitars.com

Source: Company Website

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