The Nebraska City Arby's Restaurant is raffling a custom-made guitar this spring to benefit the Madonna School in Omaha.

The strat-style electric guitar is assembled from American parts and designed by Rick Rodgers of Great Plains Guitars.

It will be on display at the store and $5 raffle tickets are expected to go on sale this weekend.

The Nebraska City Arby's Restaurant is raffling a custom-made guitar this spring to benefit the Madonna School in Omaha.

The strat-style electric guitar is assembled from American parts and designed by Rick Rodgers of Great Plains Guitars.

It will be on display at the store and $5 raffle tickets are expected to go on sale this weekend.

All proceeds will benefit Madonna, a Catholic school for children with special needs.

Rodgers, who has been custom-making guitars for 25 years, said the guitar components come from Fender and Switchcraft.

"It plays really nice. It's set up is about a medium. I didn't want it to get too low," he said.

Rodgers designed the graphics and color scheme. He said it features the Arby colors of red and black.