It''s been a long, hard, and—by the looks of their videos—a very fun slog for the contestants duking it out for a chance to win a trip to Summer



It's been a long, hard, and—by the looks of their videos—a very fun slog for the contestants duking it out for a chance to win a trip to Summer NAMM with the Premier Guitar crew this summer in Nashville. It’s also been tough to go through the submissions and select just five to move on to the final round—you guys are some seriously passionate PG fans! But we've done it. Now we just need your help: Click here to watch the five finalists’ videos and cast your vote for the grand-prize winner!

So many varied ways to phase for days.

Sweet, distinct phase voice. Resonance, mix, range, and volume controls expand tone-shaping possibilities significantly. High quality.

Expensive.

$279

Spaceman Explorer
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