Taylor Swift: a guitar autographed by the singer soon to be sold at auction

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Taylor Swift has donated a signed guitar to the charity Musicares, which helps those in the music industry. The instrument, as well as other objects that belonged to Chris Martin of Coldplay and Harry Styles, will go under the hammer on February 4.

His records sell in spades, his concert film is the most profitable in the history of cinema, his presence even has an impact on the world of sport. The notoriety that Taylor Swift has is unrivaled in the music industry. A reputation that she will put to good use on February 4, since the artist recently donated a signed guitar to the charity “Musicares”. At the same time as the prestigious Grammy Awards evening, a major auction will be organized to raise funds for those in the music industry.

Among the main lots are this beautiful acoustic guitar from the Taylor brand (nothing to do with the singer’s first name), and other beautiful pieces. Shoppers in Los Angeles, and those connected online, will also be able to purchase Harry Styles’ sumptuous white Gretsch guitar, or the set list handwritten by Chris Martin, lead singer of Coldplay, from the group’s concert in Pasadena , last October.

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Taylor Swift’s influence is incomparable. The singer, for example, tipped the scales of a sporting election, on the simple fact of a criticism from one of the players with regard to her music. The “swifties” should therefore all jump on this instrument that marks the career of their idol. However, a previous auction could cool the ardor of less fortunate fans.

Last June, a recording guitar signed by Travis Kelce’s partner was sold for $120,000. This sale took place as part of a fundraiser for the prevention and fight against childhood cancer.


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