Zakk Wylde's Bullseye guitar is currently being auctioned off on eBay, with proceeds going to help victims of the Rhode Island nightclub fire. The auction will last until December 20.The guitar was originally raffled by Daddy's Junky Music in Warwick, Rhode Island and raised over $6,400, which was donated to the fund. The "Doc" Fund is a victims' fund set up in the name of WHJY DJ Mike "The Doctor" Gonsalves, who, along with 99 others, perished in the February 20 fire at the Station nightclub in West Warwick. The winner of the raffle was longtime Daddy's customer Rick Webb of Rhode Island. Rick came down to Daddy's Warwick on August 13 to meet Zakk and pick up his prize... or so Zakk thought. Rick surprised everyone when he refused the guitar! He gave it back and asked that the guitar be brought Ozzfest to have it signed by some of the Ozzfest bands, auction it off and give the additional funds to The "Doc" Fund. The guitar has been signed by Zakk Wylde, Ozzy Osbourne, Marilyn Manson, KORN and Jason Newsted to name just a few. Details of the auction are on www.daddys.com and www.zakkwylde.com.
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