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One-Of-A-Kind John Paul Jones And Foo Fighters Signed GRAMMY® Conductor Baton

Legendary John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin appeared with the Foo Fighters on the 50th Annual GRAMMY® Awards conducting the orchestral part to the song "The Pretender" and this is the actual baton that he used to conduct the performance. The baton comes in its original wooden box, and the top of the box is autographed by John Paul Jones AND all four members of the Foo Fighters! This is a magnificent piece of music history! The Telecast took place on February 10, 2008 in Los Angeles.

The baton is made by Mollard. Mollard is legendary for creating batons of superb balance and apparent weightlessness. It is a 14” baton, held inside an exquisite hardwood case. The shaft of the baton bears the “Mollard” company name and the handle is hardwood. The top of the case bears the five signatures in silver Sharpie.

Place your bids on this one-of-a-kind piece of music memorabilia and add a bit the GRAMMY magic to your collection!

About The Baton:

Made By: Mollard Conducting Batons

Shaft Color: White

Length of shaft: 12”

Length of handle: 2”

Combined length: 14”

Case: Hardwood

Condition: Excellent

Note: This baton was used by John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin during the 50th Annual GRAMMY Awards held on February 10, 2008 in Los Angeles.

Signatures include:

John Paul Jones

Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters)

Chris Shiflett (Foo Fighters)

Nate Mendel (Foo Fighters)

Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters)

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