My husband builds these electric guitars and this one is for a good cause:

Ghost Machine Guitar Raffle starts Friday, March 14th at 6 pm and last until Monday, April 14th at 6 pm.

A guitar is being given away courtesy of Bryan Cameron (my husband), Scott Dalhover, & Kris Smith of Ghost Machine Guitars to help raise money for the funeral costs of Bryan's best friend Steve Jones. Steve Jones passed away in September 2013 at the age of 38 and his mother has been struggling to pay the costs of the funeral. All proceeds from the raffle will help her pay down the funeral costs.

The way this raffle works is you go to the Go Fund Me page set up for Steve at this link:

You will click on the button that says "Donate".
Then it will ask you for the amount you want to pay. This is how many times your name (chances) will go into the drawing by the amount you pay:

1 Chance $10
5 Chances $25.00
20 Chances $50.00
50 Chances $100.00

Next, type your name, a good email address that you check often because this is the way you will be contacted if you win, & your zip code. This contest will only be open to residents in the United States (50 states) at this time. Click on continue and go from there. You can enter as many times as you would like.

I will check these twice a day and I will write down names with amounts and print out sheets of paper with your names that will go into a drawing box that will be drawn from on Tuesday, April 15th around 6pm Central Standard Time. The contest runs from Friday, March 14th at 6pm (Central Standard Time) to Monday, April 14th at 6pm (Central Standard Time). No employee or owner of Ghost Machine Guitars or their immediate family members are able to put their names in the drawing. Make sure to share this contest with everyone you know that plays guitar, wants to learn to play guitar, has family members who play guitar, etc.

If you want to see pictures of the guitar, go to my Facebook page.

Description of the guitar:

1 piece cherry body, 25 scale, spalted flame maple neck, flame maple fingerboard, 24 jumbo frets, Gotoh Tuners, custom bridge with graphite saddles, and DiMarzio Super Distortion pickup, one volume

Good luck!

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