Signed Guitars. Giving Voice to Music's Best Loved Riffs

Check out our selection of original guitars signed by stars that have made rock&roll history

The guitar is possibly the most important instrument in rock. It's much more than an accompaniment to the singer: it can make you dance to and fall in love with a genre.

The history of rock and roll bands is inextricably linked to the role of the guitarist. Want an example? Could you imagine a track by Guns N' Roses without Slash's solos? A musician many consider one of the greatest guitar legends in history..

If you're a lover of rock you can bid for your chance to take home an engraved guitar signed by Slash, and help a good cause at the same time. Moving from one legend to another, next up is AC/DC's unforgettable Angus Young and his heart-pounding sounds, who entered the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003. A guitar hand signed by this formidable rockstar will make a truly stunning addition to any home. You'll be taking home a piece of history and supporting a worthy cause, too.


Real rock lovers certainly can't overlook Bruce Springsteen's extraordinary career. Also known as the “The Boss” (of rock), Bruce has performed on stages and in stadiums across the world, captivating audiences in every country. And his guitars have become essential props for his stage shows as well as being an integral part of the legend himself. You can win a Bruce Springsteen hand signed guitar and make a piece of rock history your own, whilst offering your support to a great cause.

Beyoncé is one of the hottest singers on the planet. After starting out with “Destiny's Child”, one of the most successful bands of the 90s, she has gone on to sell over 118 million records as a solo artist. She has signed the guitar that we're putting up for auction.

The lucky winner of this Beyoncé signed guitar will take home a unique artwork to admire and will be making a contribution to a great cause. Proceeds from the sale will go to benefit Alcides & Rosaura Diniz Foundation (ARD), a charity that raises funds for research into the hereditary causes of specific cancers.