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Don't miss your chance to bid on this rare piece of music memorabilia!

This is an original guitar signed by Mani, bassist with the Stone Roses. This guitar is Fernandes Black electric guitar donated to Pennine Acute Hospitals charity to raise funds for them. The guitar also includes original box and a leaflet about the charity. 

Mani is the bassist of The Stone Roses. He joined the band in 1987, replacing their original bassist Pete Garner. Mani's grooving basslines and melodic playing style became an integral part of The Stone Roses' sound.

It's been signed in a silver marker, the inscription reads "WITH LOVE FROM MANI- STONE ROSES AND PRIMAL SCREAM".


  • In good condition, highly collectable and a surefired investment
  • This item comes with Certificate of Authenticity

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  • In condition as donated.
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