Win a new Larrivée Guitar (value $2700 CAD)

Enter VIGF's Facebook Sweepstakes for a chance to win a new Larrivee D-40R Legacy Series guitar.

The revolutionary new 40 Series features Larrivee's "Scalloped Parabolic Hybrid" bracing system design.

Based on his tried and true "X-Brace" design, Jean blended a non-symmetrical scalloped lateral cross-bracing pattern with our standard X-Brace. This means maximum strength using the least amount of material. It's a build that allows even further vibration of the soundboard, while still offering a controlled bass response. The 40 Series are built in America using all solid wood, like all Larrivée's, and feature brand new upgrades like bone bridge pins, nut and saddle, diamond fingerboard dots and 18:1 open back tuners. Jean's exciting new design means a fresh new sound that is sure to appeal to traditional and long-time Larrivée players alike.

Win a D'Angelico electric guitar and Albion amplifier (value $2,000 CAD)

D'Angelico Guitars, Albion Amplifiers and International Motorsports are pleased to announce their participation in the Vancouver International Guitar Festival

Visit the D'Angelico Guitar booth to see and play the latest guitars from the legendary New York-based D'Angelico Guitar Company, founded in 1905.

While you're at the booth, enter to win a D'Angelico electric guitar and Albion amplifier, courtesy of International Motorcycle Company, home of Triumph, Moto Guzzi and Aprilla motorcycles.

What's the connection between guitars and bikes? Ask Zach Graham at the D'Angelico booth at the 2017 Vancouver International Guitar Festival.

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Win a B&G Crossroads Electric Guitar (value $1,950 CAD) 

Made in Israel. New to Canada.

Visit the B&G Guitars booth at the Vancouver International Guitar Exhibition to enter to win a B&G Crossroads electric guitar.

B&G create perfectly well-balanced, unique and original instruments that will ignite your passion for the only thing that matters – playing the guitar. 

The "secret sauce" in our designs is the result of extensive research about what made models from early 20’s to the mid 50’s such timeless classics.

The result is consistency in the quality and sound of our instruments. As a small workshop, we pay very careful attention to crafting the sound. If it’s not perfect to our ears, it doesn’t leave the shop. Our main approach is "plug in & play" - that is, a great electric guitar must sound great when you plug it into a clean amp and there is only one cable between the amp and the instrument. 

We love what we do.