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OK Go Donates Signed Prop Guitars For Music Education

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The kings of long takes and viral music videos, OK Go, have donated the three guitars used in their video for the song, “What Do You Want” to the Fender Music Foundation.

The video features band members and their instruments painted in the same style as the damask wallpaper in the background. They do everything from playing drums to hula hooping, to break dancing to playing those guitars, all while blending into the background.

The money raised by the Fender Music Foundation will help provide funding and resources for music education programs across the U.S.

If you want those guitars and happen to have $11,000, go to the Fender Music Foundation’s online store. You’ll get three awesome pieces of signed music memorabilia and support a great cause.

Check out the video below…

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