Would you like to be in with a chance to win a beautiful Donegal-made electro acoustic guitar and support a local festival at the same time?
In their continued effort to raise funds for the annual not-for-profit festival on Arranmore, Swell Music & Arts Festival are delighted to be announcing their draw for an X20 Opus which can be entered worldwide by purchasing a ticket online.
This is a fantastic opportunity to win a beautiful carbon fibre electro acoustic guitar made right here in Donegal, complete with LR Baggs Element Active System pickup and custom-padded gig bag.
The X20 is a guitar designed with the player in mind and not tradition. It features an ergonomic forearm bevel and a beveled cutaway to give even greater access to the fretboard. Our unique asymmetrical back contours make the X20 sit more comfortably and securely on your knee.
Tonally this guitar has a big voice, We developed a new laminate structure to give it a richer fuller sound and with the unique soundhole placement it gives great projection to the player, while still giving your audience the fullness of your performance.
The draw is strictly limited to 200 and they are €25 per ticket. All proceeds will go towards programming Swell Festival 2018 which will mark its fifth anniversary.
Limited tickets for X20 Opus raffle
The draw will take place on Christmas Eve, 24th December 2017, and the winner will be announced on our social media sites, meaning one lucky punter will have a very Happy Christmas!
If you would like to be in with a chance to win this guitar or are still missing a Christmas present for someone who happens to be a guitar lover, enter this draw while tickets last!
We are delighted to be able to support the Swell Music & Arts Festival. To enter their draw for the Emerald X20 Opus click here for a link to purchase a ticket.
Alistair and his assistant Franck built the Swell Jukebox which was a big hit with festival goers of all ages. Having personally delivered the jukebox to the beautiful island of Arranmore off the coast of Donegal, Alistair spent the weekend at the music and arts festival. Here are some photos from his weekend: