POISON Frontman Auctioning 'Prized' Guitar
POISON frontman Bret Michaels is auctioning his prized red Gibson SG via his official web site. The guitar comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and will be signed by Bret at the conclusion of the auction.
According to a posting on Michaels' site, "guitars signed by Bret and up for auction on other sites are generally not actual pieces from Bret's personal collection. This guitar can be seen in multiple photos and video clips."
To access the auction page, click here.
As previously reported, Michaels will take time out from his current "Freedom of Sound" tour in early 2006 to do a TV campaign for juvenile diabetes. "We've created a very controversial shirt that will be available on www.bretmichaels.com," Bret told syndicated newspaper columnists Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith. "It has on the front a (shirtless) picture of me, and it says 'Bret Michaels Diabetic' and how many injections I'd taken in my life as of the day we did the shirt, which was, like, 253,210. Then it says 'Fear Nothing. Survive It.' All the proceeds are going to juvenile diabetic kids to send them to a camp, so I can physically watch the money do something."
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