SLASH Auctioning Guitar To Raise Money For Tsunami Victims

According to Gigwise.com, legendary GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Slash is auctioning a guitar to raise money for the Tsunami Earthquake Appeal.

Slash, who is now part of the rock collective VELVET REVOLVER, has donated the signed Gibson Les Paul to The Sun's appeal.

The paper is selling a host of items through the popular auction site eBay to raise money for the devastated regions in southern Asia.

Also going under the hammer is Nell McAndrew's designer wedding dress, tickets to Singapore for the announcement of the 2012 Olympic venue, and invites to various film premiers and parties.

Details of all the auction items and how to bid can be found at this location.

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