A limited number of Takamine acoustic guitars, hand-signed by the Eagles, are being made available for charity.
The guitars – signed by Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Glenn Frey, and Timothy B. Schmidt – will benefit the Walden Woods Project, a nonprofit group headquartered near Boston. The organization is leading the fight to preserve historic Walden Woods — the birthplace of the American conservation movement and the setting for Henry David Thoreau’s famous writings on the environment and social reform. The Walden Woods Project’s national and international programs for teachers and students are designed to provide the next generation with the education and motivation they will need to meet the global environmental challenges of the 21st century.
The instruments come in two different colors – natural and black – and are available through the Eagles website for US$2,500.