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Super Bowl drums to be auctioned off

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The Red Hot Chilli Peppers may have been miming during their Super Bowl half-time performance but there was one thing that was real... That awesome drum-kit.

RHCP drummer Chad Smith could be seen during the performance drumming away on a custom Pearl drum-kit complete with logos of all 32 NFL teams.

This is probably the only way that the logos of the Jacksonville Jaguars or Oakland Raiders were going to be seen on the field at Super Bowl 48 and it certainly got a lot of love on twitter.

The NFL are now auctioning off this super cool bit of Super Bowl history on their website. Proceeds from the sale will go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which the league has been involved with for a number of years.

The kit will be split up into AFC and NFC logos and both kits are on sale now.

The drums won't come cheap however, the current bids stand at over $10,000 with still two days of bidding to go.

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