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Q Awards auction launches with some of the biggest names in music

Now's your chance to get bidding on exclusive prints and a limited-edition guitar, signed by stars including Ed Sheeran, Paolo Nutini and Ricky Wilson.

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27 Nov 2014 | UK

The Q Magazine Christmas auction for WaterAid is back, and we're thrilled to have a whole host of prints – not to mention a Gibson guitar – signed by some of the music industry's biggest stars up for grabs.

The auction, which launched on eBay at 9pm on Thursday 27 November, includes a series of 25th anniversary Xperia Access Q Award prints signed by some of the UK's favourite musicians, from Ed Sheeran, Paolo Nutini and the Kaiser Chief's Ricky Wilson to Dizzee Rascal, Sam Smith and Wretch 32.

Also open to bids is a limited-edition Gibson guitar, autographed by some of the country's leading guitarists including Johnny Marr (The Smiths), Serge (Kasabian), James Dean Bradfield (Manic Street Preachers) and Carl Barat (The Libertines).

The auction will run until 9pm on Sunday 7 December, with every penny raised going towards our work, transforming lives in some of the world's poorest communities though access to clean water and safe toilets. Bid for your favourite items on eBay >

Kasabian hold the Gibson guitar being auctioned for WaterAid.
Kasabian hold the limited edition Gibson guitar being auctioned for WaterAid.
Photo: WaterAid/Rob Monk

The auction also features autographed prints from Johnny Marr, Kasabian, Boy George, Elbow, James Dean Bradfield (Manic Street Preachers), New Order, Carl Barat and Gary Powell (The Libertines), Simple Minds, Nick Mason (Pink Floyd), Bradley Wiggins, Andy Partridge, Wilko, Sandie Shaw, The Charlatans, Felix (Basement Jaxx), Foxes, Lady Starlight, Jean Michel Jarre, St. Vincent, Jimmy Carr, Christian O'Connell (Absolute Radio) and Matt Berry. 

The Gibson guitar, which is a limited-edition, Les Paul Standard 2014 Min E-Tune in Caribbean blue, comes with a vintage brown Gibson hard shell case. It has also been signed by musical luminaries Mark Collins (The Charlatans), Jim Kerr and Charlie Burchill (Simple Minds), Wilko and 'King of the Mods' Bradley Wiggins.

See all the listings on eBay >