Music memorabilia auction company Gotta Have Rock and Roll are selling a number of guitars played and/or owned by the likes of Hendrix, Page, Duane Allman, Eric Clapton and Keith Richards, to raise money for charity.
Hendrix's 1967 electric guild Starfire V cherry guitar is expected to sell for the highest amount, with a minimum starting bid of $250,000 (£214,680) in place. It's expected to fetch upwards of $400,000 (£343,488).
The instrument was used by Hendrix in May 1968 when he and Frank Zappa played an impromptu concert at a bar in Miami, Florida after a festival was cancelled due to adverse weather. The guitar's in mint condition comes with documentation of authenticity and a snap of the rocker onstage with the instrument.
Page's burgundy Fender Stratocaster is also up for sale, and is expected to fetch around $150,000 (£128,808). He used the guitar for several gigs when he stayed in Nevada in late May/early June 1991. Allman's Fender Coronado II guitar is also expected to rack up $150,000, and Richards' Gibson Flying V is estimated to sell for around $125,000 (£107,340).
Meanwhile, Clapton's custom-made Taylor Sunburst is set to bring a more modest $40,000 (£34,349).