The former Guns N' Roses star will auction a trove of memorabilia next month, including guitars, clothing and a Corvette. Oh, and his model dinosaur collection.
Queue the smoke machine. It's time to get in touch with your inner Slash.
The former lead guitarist for Guns N' Roses, famous for his flaming solos on hits like "Sweet Child O' Mine," has agreed to auction a trove of personal memorabilia next month, including guitars, clothing and a car.
Also on the block are decorative items owned by the rocker such as a wooden cobra statue and a pair of silver and black beaded skull pillows.
If that weren't enough, bidders will also have a crack at parts of Slash's large collection of model dinosaurs.
The auction will consist of 311 lots and has a pre-sale estimate of between $200,000 and $300,000. "However, we expect the 'Slash Factor' to raise a lot more," said Darren Julien, president of Julien's Auctions. The live auction will be held March 26 at the Beverly Hills-based auction house. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Los Angeles Youth Network.
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