Buddy Blaze Guitars has teamed with Seymour Duncan and Floyd Rose to give away a special guitar: The Buddy Blaze Vivian Campbell 25th Anniversary Shredder VC-II / LS, modeled after the historic guitar used by Campbell in his Whitesnake days. In 1987, Buddy Blaze and Vivian Campbell designed the Buddy Blaze Shredder, the guitar that would ultimately become known as the Kramer Nightswan. With a scale length of 24 5/8 inches, floating Floyd Rose tremolo and a “bridge/middle” pickup configuration (a Seymour Duncan Full Shred and a JB, respectively), the Shredder was a unique take on the “superstrat” concept. When Blaze was drafted by Kramer, Campbell soon followed him. The “Lightning Storm” Nightswan prototype was born, featuring the first appearance of the Full Shred as well as a similar finish to Dimebag Darrell’s Dean From Hell, another famous guitar to which Blaze is intrinsically linked.
To celebrate 25 years since the “Lightning Storm” prototype was created, Blaze and Campbell have teamed up to offer the Buddy Blaze Vivian Campbell 25th Anniversary Shredder VC-II / LS. Only 25 will be made, each with a unique lightning storm graphic hand-painted by Blaze. They’ll have an Original Floyd Rose tremolo with R1 nut (Titanium Floyd optional), the same Full Shred/JB pickup combination (with each Full Shred signed by Seymour W. Duncan), a Honduras mahogany body, figured maple neck with 16-inch radius ebony fretboard, 24 5/8-inch scale length, Buddy Blaze-designed CTS pot and a certificate of authenticity signed by Blaze and Campbell.
And you could win one! Just enter on Facebook, and you could own one of these 25 historic guitars. Entries close on March 27 and the giveaway is open worldwide.
Click here to enter: http://on.fb.me/Yy93Uq.