Guitar Superstar Photo Gallery

By Molenda, Michael | Guitar Player, January 2011 | Go to article overview

Guitar Superstar Photo Gallery


Molenda, Michael, Guitar Player


ON SEPTEMBER 18, 2010, the sixth annual Guitar Player's Guitar Superstar competition kicked off with a rowdy and ecstatic full house at Livermore, California's Bankhead Theater. Here's a photographic journey through the event, as well as a peek at the free Guitar Player LIVE! concerts that preceded the night's thrilling guitar-talent smackdown.

The Soundchek

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Kevin Zugschwert rehearses with the GPGS house band, Thud Factor.

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JK Sound sets up the Mackie HD Series side-fill monitors.

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Musical Director and bassist Jonathan Herrera (right) checks his chart during Charlie Crowe's run-through.

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The Mesa/Boogie backline is all set up and ready to roar.

The Big Show

Angel Vivaldi

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Val Kostadinov

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An intimidating judging panel and a very nice host (left to right)--Reeves Gabrels, Elliot Easton, host Nikki Blakk of 107.7 The Bone, Gary Hoey, and George Lynch.

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Jodee Frawlee

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Don Alder

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Kevin Zugschwert

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Chris Delis

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Charlie Crowe

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The Big Show

Eric Clemenzi

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Karim Khorsheed

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Daniel James Kumar

The Awards

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GPGS 2009 champ Steve Senes and GP's Art Thompson present Don Alder with part of his grand prize--a PRS Mira X

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Art Thompson presents Don Alder with his GPGS 2010 champion award. …

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