Did you ever dream of owning a guitar which was reportedly played by John Lennon and George Harrison? Well, the good news is that you may have the chance of a lifetime to get your hands on a rare Vox electric guitar that the two icons played on a number of occasions, including the “Magical Mystery Tours” film and selected stage performances. Check your schedule and pencil in May 18th, make sure you’ll show up on time at the Hard Rock Café in NYC where “Julien’s Auctions” is willing to give away that and many other precious music memorabilia. It is advisable, though, that you have an honest and transparent discussion with your spouse prior to your trip, as the selling price for this rare piece is estimated at $200,000 – $300,000 – so unless you consider these rather ambitious numbers ‘pocket money’, you may want to get your budget approver’s blessing first.
However, assuming you obtained clearance to attend the event, you might be able to pick up a couple of bonus items, including copies of the ‘Butcher’ album cover, a copy of ‘Please Please Me’ singed by all of the Beatles and last but not least, a singed version of John Lennon’s book titled ‘In His Own Write’.
But it doesn’t have to stop there. If you’re ready to plunk down a few extra coins, you may end up with some nifty items associated with other music icons such as Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie and the Rolling Stones. For all articles and auction details around the Vox guitar, etc, please visit juliensauctions.com. And should you end up with George Harrison’s or John Lennon’s guitar, share a picture and drop a note, okay?!