Paul McCartney Signed VOX Amp To Be Auctioned

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A VOX amp signed by Paul McCartney is to be auctioned on trading website eBay from next month, to raise money for the No More Landmines charity.

The legendary VOX amplifier company, used throughout the Beatles’ career, have been making equipment for over 50 years, with the latest being a hand-wired VOX AC15H1TV with tweaked tone shaping controls.

VOX user McCartney has signed the new guitar amp and asked that all proceeds to go to UK based charity No More Landmines.

The unique auction will go live on June 9, 2008.

Click here: www.ebay.co.uk/vox for more details and to place your bid…

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