Vintage Guitar Picture Contest

The Guitars of Our Lives (Vintage Guitar Picture Contest)

The Guitars of Our Lives (Vintage Guitar Picture Contest)

I get a lot of people sending pictures to me. The most interesting ones always fit into two categories: 1) photos of people with their earliest guitars and 2) kids with guitars. It strikes me that they are kind of the same. Us “older” folks reminiscing of our youth, and us “older” folks seeing the young kids today finding the same passion we did so many years ago. So, I want to build a picture collage of all that stuff, right here on the net so all can enjoy it.

I want to keep it “vintage” looking for the most part, with pictures of kids as well. So please, only send old pictures (1950-1980) or modern pictures of people under 12 years old. OK? I won’t bother posting pictures that don’t fit this criteria.

The contest:

  1. Submit your pictures using the form at the bottom of this page.
  2. And (within reason) we will include them all on this page.
  3. Please make them INTERNET friendly (less than 1000 pixels in width and height).
  4. The contest will run forever (we hope!).
  5. Every few months we will randomly draw an entry from a hat and the winner will receive a FREE EASTWOOD Guitar of their choice, up to $600 value (including shipping which is $49 N. America, $99 Europe/Japan, $179 elsewhere). If you want to get something more expensive, pay the difference.

We will store the photos under your email address name, that is the only way we can figure out the winner. When the winner is selected, we will email them and they will have 72 hours to respond. If we do not hear back, we will pick a different wwinner. All photos on this page remain in the contest forever!

Keep it simple, keep it fun!

Submit Your Picture!

Please only send old pictures (1950-1980) or modern pictures of people under 12 years old. (Note: You can submit up to 3 pictures.)
  • Your best guess is okay.
  • Your best guess is okay.


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