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Signed Paul Weller & Legends Guitar Up For Grabs!

ON A BALMY NIGHT at London's The Brewery in June 2008, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, Paul Weller, John Fogerty, Lemmy, Genesis, The Last Shadow Puppets, Duffy and the late, great John Martyn (to name but a few) all made their way to the signing room at the annual MOJO Honours List ceremony to put pen to a Gibson ES-335. That guitar could now be yours!

The instrument had been generously donated to the War Child charity by Gibson Guitars - sponsors of the MOJO Les Paul Award. It's now being auctioned via Ebay!

This Gibson ES-335 was signed by the following 2008 MOJO Honours List winners and presenters.

Jimmy Page
John Paul Jones
John Fogerty
John Martyn
Paul Weller
The Last Shadow Puppets
My Bloody Valentine
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Graham Coxon
Eliza Carthy
Judy Collins
Julien Temple
Al Murray
Phill Jupitus
Stiff’s Dave Robinson

All the money raised by this special online auction will go to support War Child’s work with children affected by war in Iraq, Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda. War Child works with children who have been hit hardest by the joint forces of poverty, conflict and social exclusion.

Get bidding for this exclusive item by heading over to the official auction page HERE!

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