Jonathon 'Boogie' Long Crowned King of the Blues

Jonathon "Boogie" Long has risen above thousands of other guitarists and been crowned the winner of Guitar Center's fifth annual King of the Blues.

Last week, Long beat out five other finalists at the House of Blues in Hollywood, CA in front of a live audience and a panel of celebrity judges, and shared the stage with world-renowned guitarist Warren Haynes -- Grammy Award-winning member of Gov't Mule, the Allman Brothers Band and the Dead.

As Guitar Center's King of the Blues, Long wins: $25,000 Cash - Studio Session with Grammy Award-Winning Producer Pete Anderson - Gibson Vintage Collectors Series Les Paul 1959 Reissue - Epiphone 1965 Elitist Casino - Egnater Full Stack (Egnater Tweaker 88 Head plus Two 4x12 Vintage-30 Loaded Cabinets) - Egnater 112 Combo Amp - Boss GT-10 Guitar Multi-Effects Processor - Winner's Choice of 2 Boss Single Stomp Pedals - Robert Johnson Complete Masters, Centennial Edition Vinyl Box Set - Endorsement Deals from Gibson, Ernie Ball, Boss, and Egnater - Feature in Guitar World Magazine Watch footage from the event here

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