Ed Sheeran has a new signature guitar -- and he's using it to raise money for his favorite charity.
The acoustic guitar, which will be introduced by the CF Martin Company on Thursday at the Summer NAMM trade show in Nashville, has two logos embossed on it. One is a "plus" sign -- the name of his debut album -- and the other is that of the East Anglia Children's Hospices (EACH), which operate in the English counties of Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. The BBC reports that Martin hasn't decided yet how many copies of the limited-edition guitar will be made, what the retail price will be and what percentage will go to the charity.
Sheeran's mother Imogen, who designs jewelry, previously created a bracelet for EACH that has been worn by Kate Middleton, a patron of the charity.