Nels Cline, Graham Coxon, Bill Frisell, Julian Lage, Sean Ono Lennon, Steve Lukather, J Mascis, Lee Ranaldo, Nile Rodgers, Richie Sambora, Neal Schon, John Scofield, Alex Skolnick, Andy Timmons and David Torn are participating in this limited-edition pedal auction.

Athens, Greece (July 2, 2020) -- JAM pedals is proud to announce “Lending A Hand”, a charity campaign in collaboration with Nels Cline, Graham Coxon, Bill Frisell, Julian Lage, Sean Ono Lennon, Steve Lukather, J Mascis, Lee Ranaldo, Nile Rodgers, Richie Sambora, Neal Schon, John Scofield, Alex Skolnick, Andy Timmons and David Torn.

The detrimental effects the C-19 pandemic has brought on music industry professionals’ livelihood for the foreseeable future are felt worldwide, something JAM pedals along with the participating artists are looking to help alleviate and shine more light on.

Lending A Hand is a platform that seeks to raise as many funds as possible for eligible music industry professionals, enable people and organizations willing to contribute to this cause to do so while in the process recognizing their generosity with unique, one-off, handmade and hand-painted pedals out of the JAM pedals Custom Shop, hand-signed by their favorite artists.

JAM pedals will be creating 10 limited-edition pedals per participating artist (150 pedals in total) each hand-signed by the artist.

These pedals will be awarded to the people who will have made the 10 biggest donation offers per artist pedal between June 21st and July 12th at www.jampedals.com/lending-a-hand

In an effort to broaden the donation base as much as possible, JAM pedals is also offering "Lending a Hand" limited t-shirts which will only be available able to order for as long as the campaign is live!

The charities that JAM pedals and the artists have picked to support are MusiCares, Jazz Coalition, Jazz Foundation, New Music USA, Crew Nation and Northern Greece Musician’s Union.

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For more information: JamPedals.com

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