I have this cool program that uses a logical operator to join two conditions in an if statement. Basically for a person to get a job playing for Ozzy Osbourne you have to play a LesPaul and you have to have long hair. I did this program in C++ and I think it's cool so I wanted to transpose it over to a Java program.

But for some reason the statement in the if part does not run. Even if I enter LesPaul and Long the program wants to skip the statement that says "Congratulations you've got the gig!", and it wants to always print "Sorry you do not qualify for this gig".

I don't know why it wants to do that.

Here is my program:
import java.util.Scanner;

public class PlayForOzzy
	public static void main(String[] args)
		String guitar = "LesPaul";
		String hairStyle = "Long";
		String personsGuitar;
		String personsHairStyle;
		Scanner keyboard = new Scanner(System.in); 
		System.out.print("Enter the model of guitar you play: ");
		personsGuitar = keyboard.nextLine();
		System.out.print("Enter in your hairstyle: ");
		personsHairStyle = keyboard.nextLine();
		if(personsGuitar == guitar && personsHairStyle == hairStyle)
			System.out.print("Congratulations! You got the gig!");
			System.out.print("Sorry...you do not qualify for this gig");
I must be close but something is off somewhere.