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Win Mark King’s Bass Guitar

Be in to win the legendary Mark King’s Custom-Made Status-Graphite Bass Guitar which he personally played during Level 42’s Eternity Tour and many festivals.

Mark has kindly donated this uniquely personal instrument to help raise funds for Pete Ray Biggin’s – Level 42’s drummer for those that don’t know!Track23 Studios project. There is an ongoing crowdfunding campaign to raise the final funding to complete construction of the studios and provide an incredible resource for working musicians to create, produce and mix in a custom-built creative hub in Watford, UK. Please take a moment to visit the campaign, get involved and share across your social media 😊

Now, back to the raffle 😉

This is literally a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a unique piece of musical history. This is not just some factory bass — this is the original bass guitar made to Mark’s own personal specifications and was his go-to weapon of choice during the Level 42 Eternity Tour.

For fans of Mark King and Level 42 there can be nothing greater than personally holding (with reverence) and owning the actual bass guitar played by Mark on the 2018 tour.

You have one chance in a lifetime to own this incredible bass, and this is it.


  1. I am a old man trying to reconnect to my music. I haven’t been cool since bellbottoms went out of style but I would be very grateful to have a bass of that quality to track my music with. Can only hope music of the quality you put out will one day be appreciated again. Best of luck to all and whoever wins this please play it don’t put it behind glass as a conversation piece.

  2. Hi. I’m a huge Level 42 fan from Mumbai, India. Please do come to India. It’ll be a dream come to true to see all my heroes together. Especially Mark King!

  3. Greetings.
    I suppose I am one of the rare individuals who really did fall off the turnip truck. (and there are no sharp tools in the shed)
    Thanks for the music. I have this problem where a random song will start in my head and actually not stop,
    it can drive me crazy. As if hung in a loop and what I do is play what is playing in my head and listen to the lyrics. I have suffered much loss in my
    life and music helps me through. Saved my life literally. Tonight out of nowhere
    what is in my head “Something About
    You”. I needed that very much. Lifted me ever so slightly, memories attached of good times and friends. If I could
    just figure out how to keep those
    feelings. Seems I have forgotten how
    and Pain consumes me. (Yes, I understand) Again, thank you.

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