Paul Gilbert is celebrating the success of his ArtistWorks Rock Guitar School by giving away one of the baddest amps on the market: The Marshall JMD100.
First and foremost, this bad boy is not a toy, it’s a Marshall. End of story. And just like the JMD100, the Paul Gilbert Online School of Rock is more than just video lessons. The Paul Gilbert Rock Guitar School combines a never-before-seen library of Paul's online video guitar lessons with the ability for you to show Paul what you’re doing and get personalized video feedback from the master shredder himself — all for less than a dollar a day.
The JMD100 offers up to 16 very different-sounding preamp options, and each one is 100 percent Marshall. Utilizing their groundbreaking and patented “Natural Harmonics Technology," the JMD emerged –a hybrid amp with a sophisticated digital preamp stage that not only sounds and feels like analog - but reacts to playing dynamics exactly the same way.
That's why the JMD100 has received a seal of approval from Paul Gilbert. “The JMD has enormous tonal variety,” Paul enthusiastically explains. “From fire-breathing distortion to operating-table clean, plus a big beefy all-tube power amp. It has served me well on stage and in the studio.”
Enter to win, then click here to check out Paul’s rock school school today!