Guitar Autographed By OZZY, PRIEST, SLAYER, SLIPKNOT To Be Auctioned Off For Charity

One-of-a-kind Schecter Diamond Series C-1 guitar custom-made for Guitars4Kids charity and autographed by many of the Ozzfest 2004 bands, including OZZY OSBOURNE (signed on the front "God bless you all, Ozzy Osbourne"), JUDAS PRIEST, SLAYER, SLIPKNOT, and BLACK LABEL SOCIETY (on the back of the body and neck; sorry, some smearing!) is being auctioned off via eBay.com. The guitar, which was played onstage at the Los Angeles Ozzfest by SLIPKNOT's Mick Thomson, features a custom hand-painted "Texas Chainsaw" graphic by Lisa Marano. Other features include EMG pickups, stripper-girl inlays, skull knobs and a Schecter case. The guitar is also signed on the front by "Leatherface" himself, Andrew Bryniarski, who made this guitar happen. 100 percent of the proceeds from this Guitars4Kids auction will go directly to the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Click here to view the auction page.

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