Save The Kimberley Big Day Out Guitar Auction page
NOTE – Auction now closed
Save The Kimberley is auctioning a quality guitar, hand painted and signed by 2011 Big Day Out Artists like John Butler, Blue King Brown, Lupe Fiasco, Angus and Julia Stone and plenty more.
Read more about Save The Kimberley at the Big Day Out.
Our thanks to Big Day Out organisers, John Butler Trio and Maton!
Biggest Thanks to Julie and Reba and the Circle of One team.
The AuctionThe online auction will be held via this page on the Save The Kimberley website. 100% proceeds to not-for-profit Save The Kimberley. A great way to support a great cause.
- Bids and inquiries by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Auction end date: 5pm EST 6 March 2011
- Note that postage/delivery will be at the successful bidders expense, and we will do everything we can to ensure the safest and most economical delivery possible.
- Bids in Australian dollars please
Current highest bid:The auction is now closed, congratulations to our successful bidder at A$4000, we will be in touch soon to arrange payment and delivery. Thank you to all bidders. A$4000 A$3900 A$3800 A$ 3000 A$ 2800 A$1800 A$ 1700
About the GuitarThe Maton M325 model (RRP $1578) is handpainted and was signed by Big Day Out 2011 artists. Artistic hand painting features Save The Kimberley Logo and Big Day Out 2011 theme art. Musicians/groups that signed the guitar include:
John Butler Trio Blue king Brown Gyroscope Little Red Angus and Julia Stone The Vines The Naked and Famous Birds of Tokyo Lupe Fiasco Paul Dempsey LCD soundsystem
The 325 Series features the strength and clarity of Queensland Walnut back and sides. It’s solid construction and superb performance make it the natural choice for the working musician. Soundboard: A Grade Solid Sitka Spruce Rosette Mosaic Inner Binding: Black/White Outer Binding, Ivory Back Queensland Walnut Sides, Queensland Walnut Neck Queensland Maple Headstock, Queensland Maple Fingerboard Rosewood/Dot Inlays Bridge, Rosewood Finish Satin, Pick Guard: Black, Machine Heads: Grover