Lamb of God Auctioning Signed LTD EC-256 for Independent Venue Relief Fund

Lamb of God Auctioning Signed LTD EC-256 for Independent Venue Relief Fund

While fighting the COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for everyone, few business groups in the USA have been so drastically impacted as the many independent live music venues across the country. These are the local spots where many ESP players get their first real professional experience as performing musicians... bars, clubs, small live music venues, and so on. Not only are these entertainment hubs forecast to lose up to $8.9 billion of revenue over the course of 2020, but they are also critical to their local economies and tax bases as employers, tourism destinations, and revenue generators for neighboring businesses such as restaurants, hotels, and retail.

Will Adler, John Campbell, and the rest of Lamb of God are doing their part to help assist in the cause by auctioning an LTD EC-256 that's been signed by the whole band (except drummer Art Cruz). Funds raised from this effort are going to the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) Emergency Relief Fund, a project of The Giving Back Fund. Independent venues exist in every state across the country; they were the first to be closed, they will be the last to open. The economic recovery process will extend past just reopening the front doors, requiring new and creative solutions unique to the industry. The time for action is now.

The winning bid on this eBay auction will get a brand new signed LTD EC-256 in Black Satin finish, and it's a great cause for a cool guitar that should be a must-have for a serious Lamb of God fan. Visit the auction at the link below, and thanks for helping to support your local live music venues!

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Comments
Darrel S.

I totally agree with Tim! LOG has always been one of my favourite bands and it's great to see how they contribute to others. My buddy and I had the chance to see them live in Scottsdale and they were incredible. Who else has seen them live?

Tim S.

Bravooooooooo

Tim S.

They are also critical to their local economies

Amir Hossein Veghar Farahnak

Bravooooooooo 

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