Guitars autographed by (from left) Lady Antebellum, Dave Matthews Band, Aerosmith, Buddy Guy, and O.A.R.
The auction items include electric guitars signed by Aerosmith, Lady Antebellum, the Dave Matthews Band, Buddy Guy, and O.A.R., all donated to the cause by Sensaphonics president and founder Dr. Michael Santucci. Additional autographed items include a framed gold record by Coldplay and concert poster from Umphrey's McGee.
Dr. Michael Santucci told us, "Promoting hearing health among musicians is our mission, and we're thrilled to once again work with the Foundation toward funding additional, much-needed research in this area. We're pleased to make these donations to the cause, and encourage music fans everywhere to visit the auction site and bid on these unique autographed items."
The Auction 4 Audiology takes place in conjunction with the annual AudiologyNOW! Convention, March 28-31 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. The American Academy of Audiology Foundation is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The Foundation's mission is to promote philanthropy in support of research, education and public awareness in audiology and hearing science. All donations are tax deductible.
Founded in 1985 by Michael Santucci Au.D., Sensaphonics Hearing Conservation, Inc. designs and manufactures custom-fitted earphones and electronics designed to achieve safe, high-resolution audio in mission-critical applications. Serving primary customer base of professional musicians and sound engineers, Sensaphonics products are used exclusively on all manned NASA missions. Other significant markets served by Sensaphonics include house of worship, theater, broadcasting, motorsports, aeronautics, and audiophile listening. Sensaphonics is committed to the preservation of hearing through superior products, audiological services and audio consulting, enabling longer, more productive careers and richer quality of life. Located in Chicago, Sensaphonics can be contacted toll-free at 877-848-1714, internationally at 312-432-1714, or online at. www.sensaphonics.com .