Slash will sell 14 of his prized guitars at auction next month.

The former Guns N' Roses guitarist - who estimates he owns at least 100 of the musical instruments -will sell a Guild acoustic which he used to record the single 'Patience' along with various other custom guitars.

Slash decided to hold the sale because a recent house move made him realise he has a "bad habit of collecting stuff that I don't necessarily use".

Along with the guitars Slash will also sell two of his trademark top hats and a selection of jackets, T-shirts and jewellery.

A 1966 Corvette Stingray with an estimated selling price of $90,000 is set to be one of the non musical highlights of the sale with the rocker - who released his first solo album last year, and is also in the band Velvet Revolver - with him admitting he will be sorry to sell the "monster of a car" he bought at the beginning of his career.

He said: "I know that somebody will love to have that car because muscle cars are very, very popular."

The March 26 sale is being organised through Julien's Auctions with a sizable share of the proceeds going to a local charity for abused and homeless teenagers.