At the VH1 Save the Music Foundation event last night, Pioneer DJ showed of some specially designed turntables that were created by celebrities as part of the Art Mix program. Artists, DJs and designers were each given a Pioneer CDJ-2000 digital music player to come up with their own creations. The turntables will then be exhibited at events nationwide this summer, and then they will be eventually auctioned off online. All the proceeds will go to the VH1 Save the Music Foundation.
Interested in forking out a lot of money for these limited edition turntables? Head over to Chip Chick to check out the full gallery of the customized turntables part of the 2011 Art Mix project. And keep an eye peeled for announcement of the auction in the future.
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