Marcus King announces charity gear auction for MusiCares

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Marcus King has announced a charity gear auction as part of his Four Of A Kind live stream performance series. Fans will be able to bid on instrument bundles and help the bluesman raise money for MusiCares.

The three “rigs” include autographed Fender and Gibson instruments, Orange amplifiers and accessories from Ernie Ball and Elixir.

The High Roller Rig features an autographed Gibson Les Paul Standard ’60s in a Bourbon Burst; an Orange TremLord 30 combo amplifier; a pack of Elixir Optiweb strings, as well as a bundle of accessories from Ernie Ball. This includes a VPJR volume/tuner pedal, an instrument cable, an Axis capo, guitar picks, and a brass slide. Its auction period lasts until 1 August.

The Card Shark Rig includes a signed Fender Player Telecaster, an Orange CrushPro 60 Combo amplifier, a pair of Orange Crest Edition wireless headphones, a custom Moody Leather MLK guitar strap, also signed by King, and a set of Elixir Optiweb strings. Its auction period goes till 1 August as well.

Marcus King Auction
L-R: The High Roller Rig, the Card Shark Rig

The Gutshot Rig is a bass package, and consists of a Fender Player Precision Bass signed by King, an Orange Terror bass head and Orange OBC112 cabinet, a JHS Pedals Haunting Mids preamp, as well as a set of Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound bass strings. Its auction period closes on 4 August.

Marcus King Auction
The Gutshot Rig / Image: marcuskingband.com

King will be wrapping up his Four Of A Kind live stream with a final performance of The Last Waltz with guest musicians Jennifer Hartswick, Devon Gilfillian, Early James and more.

Check out the auction on Marcus King’s website, here.

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