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Chad Smith and Will Ferrell Offer Drum-Off Swag for Charity

Image courtesy of Douglas Gorenstein/NBC (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Douglas Gorenstein/NBC (via ABC News Radio)

The  drum-off  between  Will Ferrell  and  Red Hot Chili Peppers  drummer  Chad Smith  might be over, but its charitable spirit lives on. Ferrell and Smith have signed a very limited number of drum-off swag items, which you can snag, if you act fast.

On the Chili Peppers  Facebook page , there's a link to  GumRoad.com , which is hosting the sale of cymbals, drum heads and, of course, cowbells -- all screened with the Smith/Ferrell Drum-Off graphic and personally signed by both.

A cowbell will set you back $400, a drumhead is $500 and a 20-inch Sabian cymbal is $1,000, with all proceeds going to two charities designated by Smith and Ferrell: Little Kids Rock and Cancer for College, respectively.  

If you missed the drum-off, you can still catch it on the official YouTube channel of  The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.    If you'd prefer to make a direct donation to either or both charities, you can do so at  LittleKidsRock.org  or  CancerforCollege.org .

 


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