Imagine Dragons, Red Hot Chili Peppers + More Auction Items For Charity

The 61st annual GRAMMYs may have come and went, but the Recording Academy is giving fans the opportunity to get up close and personal with some winners, nominees, and performers of years present and past. Artists spanning all genres contributed items from signed instruments and records to meet and greet passes for upcoming concerts to eBay, and 100% of the proceeds will either benefit the MusiCares or GRAMMY Museum Foundation, depending on the piece.

For fans of rock music, there are so many fantastic offerings. Red Hot Chili Peppers contributed a Gibson Les Paul electric guitar signed by the band; St. Vincent gave a signed Music Man Sterling STV60 electric guitar; Muse offered up a copy of their The Resistance double record, signed by the trio; Thirty Seconds to Mars donated a copy of their A Beautiful Lie record, signed by singer Jared Leto; Kings of Leon offered up framed sheet music for their hit "Use Somebody," signed by the band; Imagine Dragons contributed a framed Remo drum head, signed by the band; Incubus gave a framed Remo drum head, signed by singer Brandon Boyd; and Walk The Moon donated a framed photo, signed by the band.

Take a look at the full list of items up for auction here.

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