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Kristen Stewart buys Robert Pattison two guitars for Christmas
The Hollywood star lavished her on screen and off screen beau with $12,000 worth of guitar, according to Us Weekly.
So keen was Kristen to please Robert, she even sought out a specialist retailer beyond the Los Angeles border, Norman's Rare Guitars.
Lucky Robert received a 1959 Fender Jazzmaster and a 1947 K&F Lap Steel - and is no doubt the envy of every guitar player throughout the UK.
Shop owner Norman Harris told the magazine: "She said 'he's gonna s*** when he sees them!"
Kristen is not the only celebrity who gave away a guitar this Christmas.
Pearl Jam showed their festive spirit by donating a signed guitar to a family who had their instrument stolen from them during a burglary.
The gift was offered by the band via the Make A Wish charity.
Posted by AWPosted on 30 Dec 2011 16:12 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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