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Donated by: Steve Vai
Includes Steve Via autographed Ibanez RG350DX, A Steve Vai Model, guitar and 2-piece stage outfit.

While many musicians fit easily into a single category, Steve Vai's unique musical vision remains unclassifiable. After more than 20 years, Vai continues to use unbridled guitar virtuosity and soulful artistry to explore the spectrum of human emotion.

From his self-released solo debut "Flex-Able" (1984) to his most recent "Live In Minneapolis: Where The Wild Things Are" on DVD, CD and Blu-ray", Vai creates a sound all his own by striking a balance between technical ability and poetic phrasing. "I make music to push my own buttons," explains Vai. "I've always been driven by an addiction to create sounds that are unique – not better than what other people do, just different.

Brought to you by RED, producer of Indie Rocks! A Benefit Album for Malaria No More. The proceeds for this item benefit Malaria No More.

Malaria No More is determined to end malaria deaths in Africa by 2015-and we're helping the world get it done. Malaria No More leverages high-impact communications to engage the world, global advocacy to rally leadership and strategic investments to accelerate progress. Find out how you can help us reach our deadline and make malaria no more at Malaria No More

Indie Rocks "Indie Rocks: A Benefit Album for Malaria No More" is a compilation album produce by Sony Red which shows how music can save lives! The digital-download album features Juliette Lewis, The Walkmen and Youssou N'Dour, plus an unreleased track from Third Eye Blind and an exclusive cover track from Peter, Bjorn, & John.

"The Indie Rocks! CD is a great way to show how easy it is to help save a life," said Scott Case, CEO of Malaria No More. "For just $10, music fans receive a one of a kind compilation album and send a mosquito net to help families protect their children from malaria. The generosity of the artists and their fans will have real impact in the lives of children in Africa-showing how music has the power to change the world."

The compilation is available for $10 at all digital retailers in the US, including Amazon, iTunes, eMusic, and

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Item to be received in condition as donated. May not be exchanged or returned.
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