You could be featured in Premier Guitar''s next "Show Us Your Gear" user gallery.

Marion, IA (August 27, 2010) -- You could be featured in Premier Guitar's next "Show Us Your Gear" user gallery. This month's subject is your Practice or Recording Spaces. Where do you jam? Where do you lay down tracks? We want to see your guitarspace.

To submit, send 1-3 photos with captions to rebecca@premierguitar.com.

Check out our previous "Show Us Your Gear" galleries:
GALLERY: Show Us Your Gear - #1 Guitars
GALLERY: Show Us Your Gear - Favorite Overdrive/Distortion

A bone nut being back-filed for proper string placement and correct action height.

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