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Seymour Duncan Announces User Group Day 2011

Guitar players will descend on the pickup giant''s Santa Barbara, California workshop for a full day''s worth of events and activities.

Santa Barbara, CA (August 1, 2011) -- On Friday, August 26, 2011, in celebration of their 35th anniversary, Seymour Duncan invites all members of their online community to meet them and experience Seymour Duncan User Group Day. Guitar players will descend on the pickup giant's Santa Barbara, California workshop for a full day's worth of events and activities. Some of the highlights will include participants winding their own pickups, a guided factory tour, live Q&A with Seymour, beta testing unreleased products, catered lunch, and general merriment and music making. In addition, there will be giveaways and door prizes, gift bags, big name artists on hand, and an evening dinner and User Group jam, hosted by the Seymour Duncan company.


User Group Day 2005

To participate, register and sign for the Seymour Duncan User Group Forum and sign up for User Group Day.

Seymour Duncan says participation in User Group Day is limited and winding your own pickups is very limited, and encourages those who wish to participate to sign up right away.

For more information:
Seymour Duncan

Source: Press Release
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