The GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares launched a special eBay Auction this week that offers more than 150 exclusive items, including signed memorabilia, buy-it-now steals and VIP experiences.

The GRAMMY Charity Giving Tuesday Sale — a post-Thanksgiving eBay auction featuring unique experiences and memorabilia starting at $30 — launched on Nov. 29 at 8 a.m. PT. Continuing through Dec. 9, the auction features unique gifts perfect for the music lover in your life.

This year, unparalleled VIP packages have been curated and donated from across all 12 Chapters of The Recording Academy, including one-of-a-kind music industry experiences such as: 59th GRAMMY Awards and GRAMMY Celebration after-party passes and hotel accommodations for two; VIP tickets to the Grand Ole Opry (Nashville, Tenn.) and meet-and-greet passes with Carrie Underwood; songwriting sessions with GRAMMY-nominated and GRAMMY-winning producers; mentoring sessions with background vocalists; studio sessions with GRAMMY-winning engineers/producers; guitar, saxophone and drum lessons with GRAMMY-winning and -nominated artists; VIP concert experience with Yoshiki at Carnegie Hall (NYC); tickets and meet-and-greet passes for the Goo Goo Dolls, Linkin Park, Lukas Graham, Bebe Rexha, and the Head And The Heart; and VIP tickets to one of Ziggy Marley's 2017 U.S. shows, meet-and-greet passes and a Marley-themed gift basket.

Other featured items include: Gibson and Epiphone autographed guitars from Roger Daltrey, Johnny Depp, Jane's Addiction, Joan Jett, and Lenny Kravitz; Roland instruments autographed by members of Echosmith and She Wants Revenge; Shure microphones signed by Rihanna and Smokey Robinson; and music memorabilia autographed by Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Halsey, Magic Johnson, Kygo, Paul Simon, Barbra Streisand, and Taylor Swift.

Presented in partnership with eBay for Charity and Matchfire, all proceeds raised will benefit programs and services of the MusiCares and GRAMMY Foundations.

To find out more and make a bid, click here.

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