Autographed Vintage Jackson-Guldan “Chris” Adjustomatic Signed by Stevie Ray Vaughn. This is a very cool and rare guitar to begin with, made in Columbus Ohio in the 1960’s thats still plays well and sounds good. More importantly the guitar was autographed by Stevie Ray Vaughn on September 3, 1989. The Double Trouble tour work pass was dated and stuck to the guitar most likely after the guitar being signed. The previous owner had the guitar authenticated by “Guitars Of The Stars” on March 10th, 2006 and comes with a COA.
This is an electric guitar signed by Paul McCartney authenticated by “World Wide Autographs Inc.” on November 28th 2005, guitar comes with COA
Guitar signed by Eric Clapton comes with Certificate of Authenticity from “World Wide Autographs Inc.” Authenticated on June 8th, 2004
This is a a beautiful and amazing collectors piece! Gibson Custom Shop BB King Lucille 2003 in Mint condition. Along with the guitar comes an autographed pickguard signed by BB King with a certificate of authenticity from Gibson. Also included in this listing is an autographed lithograph of BB King. These 3 pieces displayed together are a breathtaking work of art.
Here is a bit of the history and story of the particular guitar. It originally came from a former Gibson Nashville employee who purchased the guitar specifically to get signed by BB King. The guitar was brand new at the time and has been case kept or in a display case ever since. This guitar was bought with the intention of being signed and held onto so the guitar has not been played. The original strings are still on the guitar and the pickguard was removed and replaced upon signing. The signed pickguard and COA from Gibson come in a framed display case. The lithograph was made by Music City Merchandise in 2009 in Nashville and is #712 out of 1,000. It was signed in 2011 and also comes in a display frame.
Along with the guitar, lithograph and pickguard is a letter directly from the previous owner and how he came to own the guitar as well as his ticket stub from the show he got the lithograph signed. There is a folder attached to the back of the lithograph frame that holds the ticket and letter. The letter is photographed closely so you can read his story as well as the ticket stub.
Although this guitar is well kept, unplayed and everything has been done to preserve its condition, there are a couple of minor flaws Gibson made while making the instrument that have become visible with its aging. The neck joint has a slight finish crack where the neck meets the body, and perhaps I am being too harsh on Gibson but the binding is not perfect in some spots when you look closely. (See photos).
This guitar display would look amazing at any concert hall, man cave, casino, blues club, bar or restaurant! Don’t miss out this will not last long!