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Arch Enemy Guitarist To Attend NAMM

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Arch Enemy guitar player Michael Amott is set to attend the 2006 Winter NAMM show (National Association of Music Merchants) at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California.

Michael Amott is attending as a guest of ESP guitars and will be signing at the ESP booth between 1:00 - 2:30 on Friday, January 20th.

Michael Amott comments:

“This is going to be fun – my first NAMM! I’m looking forward to showing you my secret weapon that I have been using with Arch Enemy for the past 18 months - on the road and in the studio. I am ofcourse talking about the NINJA V, my signature model guitar - which has so far only been available as a very expensive custom shop model in Japan.
The NINJA V will now be released as both ESP standard and LTD versions – worldwide! Needless to say, I am very proud and excited.

"It’s going to be cool meeting fans and music gear enthusiasts from all around the world. I’m going to be running around trying to say hello to all my friends and partners in metal… See you there!”

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1. MELODY writes:

WISH I COULD GO! MICHAEL AMOTT IS A GOD AND WHAT BETTER WEAPON FOR A GOD THEN AN ESP GUITAR! LOVE THE GUITARS, WORSHIP THE MAN!

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2. slayerdisciple writes:

amott is f***in amazin

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