Metallica Are Raffling Off a Signed, Ultra Metal-Looking ‘Flying M’

master mentalism tricks

Now here’s something truly metal from the metal masters themselves, Metallica. The veteran band are set to raffle off a super metal-looking, signed “Flying M” guitar for charity, and you can possibly end up getting your hands on it just by making a donation.

The band has partnered with Fandiem for the raffle, with this special electric guitar being the ultimate prize. This custom-designed guitar is based upon the design of James Hetfield‘s Flying V, with the lightning strike imagery down the two sides of the V forming an “M.” It was designed and built by Inventables and Highline Guitars, and you can currently enter to win this awesome looking instrument with your donation through March 14.

metallica flying m guitar body


The guitar was built using mahogany, ebony and sheets of aluminum composite. It is also equipped with signature Kirk Hammett EMG Pickups, giving it a rich, full sound that will blow you away and the members of the band have autographed the instrument. This guitar has an approximate retail value of $10,000.

metallica flying m guitar in full


So how do you enter to win? You must be 18-years-old and the raffle is only available to legal residents of the United States. Through Fandiem, fans can make donations of $10, $25, $50, $100, $250 or $500, with the donations then resulting in an entry into the raffle. The money collected will then go to Metallica’s All Within My Hands foundation funding of their Metallica Scholars program.

The Metallica Scholars program has provided support to community colleges to assist in career and technical education programs.

You can enter through March 14 at 11:59PM ET, with the drawing taking place on March 17 at 8AM PT. So head on over to Fandiem and make your donation to potentially win this most metal of Metallica guitars now.

Separately, Loudwire are also hosting a Metallica contest where eligible entrants can win a trip for two to Los Angeles to see the metal legends perform for two night at So-Fi Stadium. Get all the details on the prize package and how to enter (through Jan. 27) here.

See all of Metallica’s upcoming tour dates here and, for tickets, head to this location.

metalllica flying m guitar in road case


These Are the 16 Songs Metallica Have Never Played Live

Metallica have never played these songs live before.

PLAYLIST: Early Thrash – The Beginning & The ’90s

  • To listen and/or follow, head here.

The 16 Most Expensive Guitars of All Time

Read The Full Article Here

trick photography
‘Law & Order: SVU’s Olivia Reveals Her Feelings For Elliot
Brad Pitt Rocks Bright Orange Coat Alongside Co-Star George Clooney
19 Celebs You Probably Had No Idea Wrote Novels
Spitgate 2.0?! NBA Star Matt Barnes Appears To Spit On
Forgotten ’90s Movies You Need to See
Nascondino (Hide & Seek) – Portrait of a boy on
Jason Momoa Teases ‘Really Good News’ After Meeting With DC
A Flamin’ Hot Cheetos Movie Premieres on Hulu This Summer
Rihanna Drops Super Bowl Halftime Show Teaser
The Resident Round Table: Does the Perfectly Wrapped Up Finale
‘Cruel Summer,’ ‘Grown-ish’ & More Freeform Stars Get Glam at
Holland Roden and Shelley Hennig Credit Passionate Fans for Teen
Lewis Capaldi Pauses U
Pink Floyd Unveil ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ 50th
What’s This Ghost ‘Jesus is Coming’ Poster in Hollywood All
RBD Announces 2023 Soy Rebelde Tour: ‘We’re Closing a Cycle
The Fenty Beauty Navy Collection Launches + More Beauty News
Viral Outfits and the Biggest Red Carpet Moments of 2022
These Headline 2023 Fashion Trends Are Already Being Worn By
Barbie Teaser: The First Barbie Movie Trailer Is Here
World Premiere of Seclusion at Chandler International Film Festival on
Fre$h & Mike Zombie shooting music video (Masked Killa) for
The ‘Scream VI’ Trailer Drop Date Has (Likely) Been Mysteriously
‘Martyrs’, Victims, and a World Beyond Suffering [Matriarchy Rising]
Take Part in a Psychic Arms Race in Cosmic Science-Fiction
Books to Read for Fans of Crime Junkie
Design Your Own Dark Academia Reading Room
Unflinching Look at the Media’s Influence on American Justice System