Limited edition 1 of 15 UK made guitars, with the proceeds going to The Christie Foundation who took care of Tim’s friend and founding member of Oasis, Paul “Bonehead” Arthurs.
The Christie Foundation are the largest single site cancer centre in Europe, treating more than 60,000 patients a year.
The limited edition How High Guitar was inspired by Tim Burgess's ‘How High’ jacket. It is simple and elegant with a touch of flair, yet classic at heart.
The distinct yellow body coupled with black hardware and pickups reflect the How High jacket styling perfectly.
This guitar has house-wound, wide field single coil pickups. They’re wound with 42 gauge copper and Alnico 5 magnets. Cloud 9 Guitars have combined these elements with the great tone of the Grandis body wood and a maple neck and fingerboard to give a unique, versatile tone. The edge bevels lend a crisp detail to the the aesthetics of the guitar. It’s the perfect combination for this classic design.
Comes with hard case and certificate of authenticity signed by Tim Burgess.
We are incredibly pleased and proud to help Tim Burgess by providing the Gear Giveaway platform to raise money for The Christie NHS Foundation Trust.
Live Draw to be held on 12th May 8pm on our Facebook page.
This competition is open to international customers. Please note - any local duties and / or taxes will be covered by the competition prize providers.
The Christie Foundation is a UK-based charity organization that was established in 1988 with the aim of supporting the work of the Christie NHS Foundation Trust, which is one of the largest cancer treatment centres in Europe. The foundation's mission is to improve the lives of cancer patients by funding innovative research, enhancing patient care, and supporting education and training for healthcare professionals.
Over the years, the Christie Foundation has raised millions of pounds through various fundraising activities, including events, corporate partnerships, and individual donations. These funds have been used to support ground-breaking research projects, purchase state-of-the-art equipment, and improve facilities at the Christie NHS Foundation Trust.
In addition to its support for the Christie NHS Foundation Trust, the Christie Foundation also funds a range of other cancer-related initiatives, including community outreach programs and patient support services. The foundation is committed to making a difference in the fight against cancer and improving outcomes for patients both in the UK and around the world.