This will certainly make ya wanna kiss the sky — a bunch of guitars performed or owned by a few of rock’s largest legends are up for public sale.
The of us over at Gotta Have Rock and Roll are auctioning off a slew of well-known guitars performed and/or owned by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin founder Jimmy Page, Duane Allman, Eric Clapton and Keith Richards, amongst others.
Hendrix’s 1967 electrical guild Starfire V cherry guitar, leftie after all, is the priciest … with a beginning minimal bid of $250,000. It’s anticipated to fetch upwards of $400ok, and was utilized by Hendrix in May 1968 when he and Frank Zappa performed an impromptu live performance … at a bar after a pageant rainout
The guitar’s in mint situation and the auctioneers have documentation of authenticity and a pic of Jimi shredding with it.
There’s additionally Jimmy Page’s burgundy Fender Stratocaster, which is predicted to fetch round $150ok. He used the guitar for a number of gigs when he stayed in Nevada in late May/early June 1991. Legend has it … Jimmy strolled right into a venue and a guitarist from a band performing there launched himself. Jimmy ended up jamming with them a number of occasions.
Duane Alman’s Fender Coronado II guitar can be anticipated to rack up $150ok … Keith Richards’ Gibson Flying V would possibly go for about $125ok … whereas Eric Clapton’s custom-made Taylor Sunburst guitar might nab $40ok.
Picks and amps not included!