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Win a brand new Orange Rocker 32 combo in our latest free entry competition!

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Launched just a few weeks ago at the NAMM show in the USA, Orange's new Rocker 32 combo promises to be the next in this venerable company's long line of killer guitar amps! The all-tube Rocker is partnered with the equally impressive Rocker 15 but it's a Rocker 32 that we have up for grabs. We also have it on review elsewhere in this issue and Tom Quayle says of it: "Orange has really pushed the boat out with the Rocker 32 and has given the fantastic tonal palette of the Rocker 15 more power, more bottom end and tightness plus the ability to run stereo effects and even a ‘wet-dry’ set-up from a single amp." Summing up the newcomers, Tom says: "Another pair of winners from Orange!"

Just one lucky winner is going to scoop the board this time around, so don't forget to enter this entirely free competition!

How do you win? It's easy! All you have to do is simply answer the simple questions below and fill out the form! One lucky winner with the correct answers will be chosen at random and will receive an Orange Rocker 32 combo!

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Terms and Conditions

The Rules:

1/ All entries must be received by 12th March 2017.

2/ Only one entry per person is allowed 3/ All entrants must be registered readers of Guitar Interactive

3/ No cash alternative is offered instead of the stated prize.

4/ Employees of Guitar Interactive or Orange Amplification are ineligible for this competition.

5/ One winner will be chosen, at random, from registered readers of Guitar Interactive who provide the correct answers.

6/ The judges' decision is final. No correspondence will be entered into regarding this competition.

7/ Winning entrants must respond to email notification of having won within 10 days, otherwise prizes may be forfeited and alternative winners chosen.

8/ Winners may be responsible for import duty where levied. Where possible prizes will be despatched from the winner's own country, but this will not always be possible.

9/ Prizewinners must consent to having their name and city/country (e.g. 'Andres Segovia, Madrid, Spain') published in a future issue.

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