Eddie Vedder Instrument Is Selling For $30,000


Times are tough – even perhaps for the lead singer of 90’s rock band Pearl Jam. It has been announced that Eddie Vedder’s instrument is being sold for a whopping $30,000 for charity. That’s right folks – $30,000 for a single instrument. What instrument is the man who smashes pearl’s into jams selling? Let’s find out.

As per Events Handbit.com – here is the description for the item Eddie Vedder is offering up. It’s a bid, so bare in mind that it might end up costing you a little more – and especially when you ad shipping and handling costs. Either way, if you are a fan of Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder, this gift might be for you. 

A new condition 2018 mahogany Pono ‘MTDX’ 4-string tenor ukulele (serial number 1814001) hand-signed/illustrated with black Sharpie by Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder. Solid Honduran mahogany top, sides and back with gloss finish. Mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard and dot inlay. Ebony bridge and headstock veneer. Rope marquetry rosette. Black button Grover tuners. Writings on the instrument are as follows: Eddie Vedder signature and four (4) small cresting wave illustrations (body front); handwritten song lyrics to the Pearl Jam song ‘Release’ with ‘EV.’ initials (body back). Additionally, the Oahu hardshell case features a handwritten ‘EV. (Release)’ in bronze Sharpie on the case lid. Comes with a black Oahu hardshell case and certificate of authenticity.