The proceeds from the Model 63 and Hodad guitars will benefit a Kenyan orphanage.

Camarillio, CA (November 14, 2012) -- Danelectro is auctioning two signed guitars to benefit an orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya. The auctions run through November 18, and 100% of the proceeds will go to the charity. The guitars being auctioned are a brand new Roger Waters-signed Danelectro Model 63 and a Brian Wilson-signed 2000 Danelectro Hodad.

The SKJ Orphanage is home to 135 children and includes a school which educates children from the orphanage and the local community.

For more information:
Roger Waters-signed Danelectro Model 63 Auction
Brian Wilson-signed 2000 Danelectro Hodad Auction
NPR Story on SKJ Orphanage
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