The launch by Orange Amps of the fund-raising Music Aid for Joplin is only three days away and is set to raise thousands of pounds to help and support the Joplin community and in particular Glory Days Music Store destroyed by the tornado. The Auction (lots 1 to 30 only) has been running since July 18th and set to finish on Wednesday 24th August when the final live on-line auction begins at 10.30 am Pacific Daylight Time (USA) or 18.30 British Summer Time.
The live auction event will be handled by Fame Bureau, who are one of the world's leading experts in music equipment and memorabilia. Highlights from the auction lots include a rare Orange Amps Union Jack half-stack, Sabian cymbals personally signed by RUSH's Neil Peart and an Orange CR50BXT bass amp, signed by RUSH's Geddy Lee. Since the launch of the auction support has been coming in from a wide range of companies and artists wanting to support this worthy cause and new lots added to the auction now include:
To assist Orange Amps and its fellow manufacturers to help and support Music Aid for Joplin, please go to Fame Bureau's website or link via the Orange Amps website and bid on one of the many items available. There are only hours left to go, so get bidding for these unique items and to help raise funds for this good cause.
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