Enter to Win a Randall Amps LB103 George Lynch Stack!

Posted Mar 27, 2014 at 2:19pm

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In honor of the debut of KXM, the new band featuring Dokken/Lynch Mob's George Lynch, King's X bassist Dug Pinnick and Korn drummer Ray Luzier, Randall and KXM have teamed up to give away a Randall LB103 George Lynch stack!

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In honor of the debut of KXM, a new band featuring George Lynch (Dokken, Lynch Mob), King's X bassist Dug Pinnick and Korn drummer Ray Luzier, Randall, KXM and Guitar World have teamed up to give away a new Randall LB103 George Lynch stack!

Here's what the winner gets:

LB103: 3-channel head with foot switch. 12AX7 preamp with EL34 output stage, effects loop, rear panel power tube bias section. List: $1,868.73 | MAP: $1,149.99.

LBX412CLBA: George Lynch 4x12 Cabinet with Angled Straight Front, birch ply front, MDF back, heavy-duty removable casters, 8 Ohms mono + 16Ω stereo Inputs — loaded with Celestion LYNCHBACK speakers. List: $1,543.73 | MAP: $949.99.

For more information about the Lynch amp and cabinet, visit randallamplifiers.com.

For more about KXM, check out the all-new May 2014 issue of Guitar World — and listen to this KXM song premiere on GuitarWorld.com.

Just fill out the contest entry form below!

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