GENE SIMMONS: Autographed 'Axe' Bass Guitar Being Auctioned For Charity

KISS fans have the chance to bid on an autographed limited-edition Gene Simmons bass guitar, hosted by eBay. The proceeds from the auction will benefit the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation.

Simmons has generously allowed the A&E network to include an axe from his personal collection in this charity auction for the reality-TV A&E series "Gene Simmons Family Jewels".

The Gene Simmons axe bass guitar was briefly made available to the public during the late '90s and is no longer being manufactured. Each individual axe in this limited-edition signature series was handmade to the exact design specifications of Gene Simmons before being signed, numbered, and tested by the man himself. Having quickly sold out, this unique instrument has become increasingly rare in recent years.

You can access the auction at this location.


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