February 2016 Auction Ends Thursday, February 25th, 5pm Pacific
This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 2/25/2016
Turquoise Schecter Tele guitar used by Red Hot Chili Peppers' guitarist, Jack Sherman, on studio recordings of their debut album in 1984, ''The Red Hot Chili Peppers'', specifically track 7, ''Mommy, Where's Daddy?''. Sherman also used the guitar during live performances (including first live performance in 1984 on TV show, ''Thicke of the Night'') and can be seen playing it in accompanying pictures at a UCLA lunchtime concert on 28 February 1984. The 6-string guitar was custom built by legendary luthier Dan Armstrong, who rewound the neck and bridge pickups. Armstrong also signed the headstock with the date ''6/8/79''. The middle pickup, a Gibson P90, was added by Jethro Tull's original bassist, Glenn Cornick. Guitar features white pickguard, volume and tone knob, and 7 silver rain drop stickers affixed to body. Measures 38'' long with 12'' wide body. Comes housed in black case with black velvet lining. Guitar weighs 8 lbs. 13 oz. Scratch to pickguard, light wear and scratching to body paint and headstock, and remnants of removed tape to bottom of body, overall very good condition. With an LOA from Jack Sherman.
Jack Sherman of Red Hot Chili Peppers Turquoise Schecter Tele Guitar -- Used Live & On Debut Album in 1984Jack Sherman of Red Hot Chili Peppers Turquoise Schecter Tele Guitar -- Used Live & On Debut Album in 1984Jack Sherman of Red Hot Chili Peppers Turquoise Schecter Tele Guitar -- Used Live & On Debut Album in 1984Jack Sherman of Red Hot Chili Peppers Turquoise Schecter Tele Guitar -- Used Live & On Debut Album in 1984
Jack Sherman of Red Hot Chili Peppers Turquoise Schecter Tele Guitar -- Used Live & On Debut Album in 1984
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Minimum Bid: $1,000
Final prices include buyers premium.: $4,326
Number Bids: 12
Auction closed on Thursday, February 25, 2016.
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