June 23, 2005 10:45

GUITAR SIGNED BY BLUR AND LED ZEPPELIN UP FOR GRABS

Oxfam to auction off instrument signed by top British talent…

GUITAR SIGNED BY BLUR AND LED ZEPPELIN UP FOR GRABS
A guitar signed by some of Britain’s greatest musicians is being auctioned for charity.


The instrument, signed by Damon Albarn, Robert Plant plus members of Portishead and Massive Attack will be auctioned on eBay by Oxfam next week.


Up for grabs under the website’s Charity Section from June 25 at 7pm, bids will be accepted for one week.


All money raised by the guitar – which is worth £1,500 in its’ own right – will go to Oxfam.


The guitar, which also features Coral, was signed during the tsunami aid shows at Bristol Academy in February.

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