Win an Epiphone Texan guitar signed by Noel Gallagher

22 September 2021, 06:00

You can win this Epiphone Masterbilt Texan guitar, signed by Noel Gallagher!
You can win this Epiphone Masterbilt Texan guitar, signed by Noel Gallagher! Picture: Stefano Broli/Radio X

Radio X is giving you the chance to get your hands on a brand new Epiphone Masterbilt Texan signed by The Chief himself, thanks to Gibson Gives, Gibson’s charitable foundation.

You will have heard Noel Gallagher host The Radio X Residency for the past few weeks, now we're giving you the chance to get your hands on a brand new Epiphone Masterbilt Texan guitar signed by former Oasis legend himself!

Noel Gallagher signed this very special guitar when he came into the Radio X studio recently
Noel Gallagher signed this very special guitar when he came into the Radio X studio recently. Picture: Stefano Broli/Radio X

Based on the historic 60s-era Texans played by Paul McCartney and Peter Frampton, featuring a solid Sitka spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides, bone nut and saddle, and the Fishman® Sonicore™ pickup and Sonitone™ preamp system. Includes a vintage-style blue rectangle soundhole label and featuring Gibson™ strings.

Thanks to Gibson Gives, Gibson’s charitable foundation.

Noel signs the guitar in the Radio X studio
Noel signs the guitar in the Radio X studio. Picture: Stefano Broli/Radio X

About Gibson Gives

For over 127 years, Gibson has been shaping sound across generations and genres through their guitars. Gibson, and its charitable arm Gibson Gives believe in the power of music, and that getting instruments into the hands of those with a desire to make music is a truly life-changing event. Gibson Gives is changing lives…one guitar at a time. For more information, visit: www.gibsongives.org

Gibson Gives
Gibson Gives. Picture: Gibson

For your chance to win, text the word NOEL to 83936. Entries close at 08:00 on 8th October 2021. Keep your phone handy, we could be calling you!

Texts cost your standard network rate, plus once you've entered we'll do the bit that raises money for our charity and automatically take a donation of £5, unless you text CANCEL as instructed in the first text message we send you. 100% of your donation will go to Global's Make Some Noise. You must be 18 or over to take part. UK mobile only. You’re playing across the Radio X network - full terms and conditions are here

Global's Make Some Noise 2021
Global's Make Some Noise 2021. Picture: Global

Global’s Make Some Noise is Radio X’s very own charity, raising money to help improve the lives of disadvantaged people across the UK. We believe everyone deserves to feel safe, feel well, feel included and feel prepared. That’s why we work across four key areas: providing shelter and safety, supporting physical and mental health, preventing isolation and improving life skills.

A huge thank you for supporting Global’s Make Some Noise.

Thanks to all our amazing donor: Gibson Gives, Gibson’s charitable arm.

The Promoters are Global Radio, registered with Phone-paid Services Authority (ORG832-96388-41101) and Global Charities, registered with Phone-paid Services Authority (ORG831-51159-55647). Global Charities is registered with the Fundraising Regulator. Service Provider: Global Radio Services Ltd., 30 Leicester Square, London, WC2H 7LA. If you are having problems using our text entry service or feel a donation has been taken from your bill unfairly, please have a look at our FAQs at http://www.makesomenoise.com/premium-rate-phone-text-faqs/ or alternatively contact our customer helpline on 0333 200 2000

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