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Don't miss your chance to take home this exclusive piece of music memorabilia!

This is an electric guitar signed by the rock legend Steven Adler from Guns and Roses.

Steven Adler is a musician best known as the former drummer of the iconic rock band Guns N' Roses.

Adler's drumming style played a significant role in the band's early success. His energetic and hard-hitting approach contributed to the raw and powerful sound of Guns N' Roses. He played on the band's debut studio album, "Appetite for Destruction," released in 1987, which became one of the best-selling albums of all time.

A truly stunning piece of Guns N' Roses memorabilia. A must have for any collector!


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