Premier Guitar is launching its coolest giveaway ever! Starting Friday, Feb. 10, you''ll be able to enter on PG''s Facebook page for your chance to win one of five

Premier Guitar is launching its coolest giveaway ever! Starting Friday, Feb. 10, you'll be able to enter on PG's Facebook page for your chance to win one of five replicas of pro pedalboards as seen in our Rig Rundown videos and March 2012 issue! Entrants can enter for a chance to win a replica of pedalboards used by Joe Satriani, Brent Hinds (Mastodon), Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Walter Becker (Steely Dan), and James Valentine (Maroon 5). Each pedalboard replica will come fully loaded on a Pedaltrain Grande (AKA The Pedaltrain 4) in a flight case, wired with patch cables from George L's, and powered by Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus supplies. Click here to head to the PG Facebook page and enter.

What if I don't have a Facebook account?

Well here's the perfect reason to get one. Signing up for a Facebook account is easy, all you need is to be a human and have an email address.
Click here for more on how to sign up for Facebook.

NEW! Will Facebook have access to the information I provide in the entry form?
No. The entry form requires you to enter a valid name, state/province, country, and email address so we can contact you. The form is operated independently of Facebook, so you are only sharing that information with Premier Guitar, unless you opt in to receive additional information from sponsors, in which case we would share the information only with the sponsors you choose.

Can I enter on my mobile device?
Unfortunately, you won't be able to enter through your mobile device at this time.

How often can I enter?
You can enter once per pedalboard.

Who's eligible to enter?
Residents of the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Australia are eligible to enter.

Click here for full rules for North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico)
Click here for full rules for Australia

So are the pedalboards exactly what I see in the pictures?
We tried to replicate the pedalboards you see in the images as closely as possible. However, in a few cases, certain pedals have been discontinued so the finished pedalboard may feature an updated or reissued version from the same manufacturer. You'll be able to see complete listing of what is on the pedalboard when entering for a chance to win. In addition, some switching units used for the artists' multi-amp setups are not included.

We'd like to thank our sponsors for helping us put such an awesome giveaway together!

Click here to head to the PG Facebook page and enter!

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