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Musicians can get their own personalized web sites and music hosting free from Peavey and Broadjam.com by simply shopping online at Peavey.com.

Peavey is giving its online customers one free web site, complete with hosting for music, biography, pictures, tour dates, album info, contact form and custom e-mail accounts--the essential web tools needed to build a global fan base in the online music age--with a purchase of $100 or more. Artists get to choose from two Peavey amplifier graphic skins, modeled on the Penta* and JSX® half-stacks, and then personalize their sites by uploading songs, images and information.

"Broadjam.com hosts independent artists from more than 110 countries and all genres of music, and even brings in industry professionals to critique and give them advice," said Tony Moscal, senior manager of marketing and product development at Peavey. "Broadjam is not only a vibrant community of active musicians; it's also a way to bring a high level of industry exposure to Peavey musicians, and in turn help them to the next phases of their careers."

Any customer can get this free personal web site (a $150 value), for one year by purchasing $100 or more in Peavey gear through the Peavey Magnet online shopping system at Peavey.com. Once customers fill their shopping carts from thousands of Peavey music and audio products, they will proceed to purchase and enter the code "freewebsite" during checkout. The site will then direct them to Broadjam.com to register.

Customers who take advantage of this free offer will also become part of the Peavey MoB (Musicians of Broadjam) for one year. Broadjam promotes Peavey MoB members' music by posting song reviews and artist pages and including them in its several Top 10 lists. An exclusive Peavey Top 10 list, featuring only Peavey MoB members, is posted regularly on the Peavey.com Artist web page to enhance exposure for these artists.

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