Images Courtesy of WilliamSnyderPhotography.comHow would you like to own a guitar autographed by The Who‘s Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, and also help out two charities supported by the rock legends? You now have your chance, as a custom Epiphone SG-Special signed by Daltrey and Townshend is currently up for bid at the CharityBuzz website.

The guitar is a powder blue color and features The Who Hits 50! tour logo airbrushed on the front of its body. In addition, the instrument’s head features the logo for the Brooklyn, New York, venue the Barclays Center, where the guitar apparently was signed when the band played there on May 26.

Proceeds raised by the auction will benefit Teen Cancer America and The Double O Charity Limited. Teen Cancer America, which Daltrey and Townshend co-founded in 2012, helps fund the creation of programs and facilities focused on the needs of teens and young adults battling the disease. The Double O Charity Limited, which was launched by The Who in 1976, supports a variety of philanthropic initiatives and organizations.

You can bid on the guitar until this Wednesday, June 10, at 3 p.m. ET. The instrument’s estimated value is $3,000 but bidding was up to $7,694 as of Friday afternoon.

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