Jose Mangin, on-air personality and program director for Sirius XM and guest host of MTV2's "Headbangers Ball", along with Metal Sanaz, who has risen to great popularity with nearly 1,000,000 dedicated fans on MySpace and has served as official host of MySpace: A Place For Metal, will host the 2010 Dean Guitars "Live from NAMM" webcast at www.deanguitars.com/webcast.

The artist appearance lineup for the Dean NAMM webcast is a who's who of rock and metal royalty including Dave Mustaine and Shawn Drover of MEGADETH; Vinnie Paul, Tom Maxwell and Bob Zilla from HELLYEAH; Michael Amott of ARCH ENEMY/CARCASS; Michael Angelo Batio; David Vincent of MORBID ANGEL; Vinnie Moore; Uli Jon Roth; as well as members of SHINEDOWN, KORN, TESTAMENT, SEVENDUST, DIVINE HERESY, COLLECTIVE SOUL, SCORPIONS and many more.

The Dean Guitars webcast will feature up-close looks at over 25 new Dean instruments including the debut of the highly anticipated Deceiver Series of guitars, the Dave Mustaine Signature "Zero" series and the Hillsboro bass series and SHINEDOWN's Eric Bass new signature bass guitar.

Dean Guitars is the first, and to date, only company to give guitar enthusiasts, music fans and musicians around the world a real-time, multi-camera look into this massive music-industry only event.

The 2009 Dean "Live from NAMM" webcast had over 350,000 viewers.

For 2010, Dean Guitars will be taking it to the next level, by presenting the first-ever "Live from NAMM" mobile webcast for the iPhone.

Dean is the first and only music instrument manufacturer to have produced a live webcast from NAMM and it will now be the first to stream a mobile webcast for the iPhone.

Featuring 24 hours of content with over 100 exclusive interviews, Dean instrument spotlights, the lovely Dean girls and much more, the Dean Guitars "Live from NAMM" webcast and iPhone webcast are groundbreaking productions that will give viewers an all-access pass to the always exciting Dean Guitars 2010 NAMM action.

For more information, visit www.deanguitars.com/webcast.

(Thanks: Fullshred)


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