George Harrison's Rickenbacker 360/12

Las guitarras de George: Rickenbacker 360/12

George Harrison's Rickenbacker 360/12

I love how beautiful this is even though it's all beaten up                                                                                                                                                                                 More

I love how beautiful this is even though it's all beaten up More

1944 Martin D-28, THE bluegrass guitar. Looks rough, bet it still sounds great!

1944 Martin D-28, THE bluegrass guitar. Looks rough, bet it still sounds great!

1976 Gibson ES 355 TD Semi Hollow Electric Guitar Cherry Red Finish OHSC Tags | eBay

Gibson ES-355 ES5516SCBG1 Electric Guitar

1976 Gibson ES 355 TD Semi Hollow Electric Guitar Cherry Red Finish OHSC Tags | eBay

1948 Gibson Vintage '48 Gibson USA L-12 Archtop Acoustic Guitar

1948 Gibson Vintage '48 Gibson USA L-12 Archtop Acoustic Guitar

Fender Custom Shop Exclusive Masterbuilt '62 Stratocaster Ultimate Relic Electric Guitar Daphne Blue

Fender Custom Shop Exclusive Masterbuilt '62 Stratocaster Ultimate Relic Electric Guitar Daphne Blue

Vintage 1979 GRETSCH 7595 Stereo White Falcon Electric Guitar

Vintage 1979 GRETSCH 7595 Stereo White Falcon Electric Guitar

“Jimbo”  The 1951 Fender Broadcaster was a hand-me-down from Jimmie to Stevie in the late 1960’s. Presumably it was Jimmie who carved “Jimbo” on the back of the guitar. He also had a porcelain door knob on the guitar for a while. Stevie took it to shop class at school and sanded all the finish off. It is apparently this guitar that can be heard on the earliest known recording of Stevie, playing at the End of Cole Avenue club in Dallas in 1969. Stevie traded it for an Epiphone Riviera,

“Jimbo” The 1951 Fender Broadcaster was a hand-me-down from Jimmie to Stevie in the late 1960’s. Presumably it was Jimmie who carved “Jimbo” on the back of the guitar. He also had a porcelain door knob on the guitar for a while. Stevie took it to shop class at school and sanded all the finish off. It is apparently this guitar that can be heard on the earliest known recording of Stevie, playing at the End of Cole Avenue club in Dallas in 1969. Stevie traded it for an Epiphone Riviera,

Fender CS '69 Strat VG Ltd NOS

Fender CS '69 Strat VG Ltd NOS

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