10 Most Expensive Guitars In The World

The guitar is always known as the most popular instrument and it also comes with the lowest price anyone can own a tree. There are, however, some extremely special guitars worth the price of a real estate and below are the list of the most expensive guitars ever sold.
10. Fender Broadcaster Prototype (1949)
Price: $ 375,000
The instrument was originally designed by Fender founder Fender (founder of Fender). This is the first prototype of the legendary Fender Telecaster guitar (1950), a very successful model of the company and also the first mass produced model of Fender.

9. Eric Clapton's "golden" guitar
Price: $ 455,550
This guitarist Eric Clapton ordered from Fender in 1996 (a period of Fender's 50th anniversary). At that time, Eric Clapton intended to create a worthy instrument to hang in the museum, so Fender decided to gold-plated the Stratocaster.

8. Gibson SG (1964) of the legendary band The Beatles
Price: $ 570,000
This guitar was used by the Beatles during 1966 to 1969. George Harrison used this Gibson to record and tour the Revolver album. In addition, John Lenon also used this guitar to record White album of the group.

7. "Lenny" - 1965 Fender Composite Stratocaster
Price: $ 623,500
Blue - Stevie Ray Vaughan has received this gift from his wife, Lenny, on the occasion of his 26th birthday (1980). It was one of Stevie's favorite instruments and used it many times to perform until he died in 1990.

6. CF Martin & Co. (circa 1939)
Price: $ 791,500
The money from this instrument was used by Eric Clapton to set up the Crossroads Rehabilitation Center - a treatment center for people with alcoholism and alcoholism.

5. Gibson ES0335 TDC (1964)
Price: $ 847,500
Another Eric Clapton's guitar is in our record book! The Gibson ES0335 was used by Eric Clapton to perform in 1964, but later he rarely used the guitar again. But not so that the guitar lost its value.

4. "Blackie" (1970)
Price: $ 959,500
The owner of this guitar is none other than Eric Clapton. In 1970 Eric broke up with Gibson and switched to Stratocaster as some of the most well-known contemporary artists. At that time he decided to buy six Strat plants for $ 200- $ 300 in Nashville, then donated three trees to George Harrison, Pete Townshend, and Steve Winwood. The rest (produced in 1956 - 1957) he brought to luthier Ted Newman Jones to get the best parts from the three studs to put together to create a "Blackie" plant with a 1-0-2. .

3. Custom Made Washburn 22 series Hawk
Estimated value: $ 1.2 million - $ 2 million
The most valuable of the seven pianos that legendary Bob Marley once owned (a modest figure compared to famous artists). It is currently considered the national property of the Jamaican government (his hometown).

2. Stratocaster (1968) by Jimi Hendrix
Estimated value: $ 2,000,000
This instrument was used by Jimi Hendrix to perform in 1969 at Woodstock. In 1998, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen bought the guitar for $ 2 million.

1. Reach Out to Asia Stratocaster Fender
Price: $ 2,700,000
The most expensive guitar ever again is Fender's "Strat"! In 2005, the guitar was sold at a bid to fund the Reach Out to Asia in Qatar, a charity dedicated to the victims of the tsunami. This guitar was signed by celebrated artists including: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Brian May, Jimmy Page, David Gilmour, Jeff Beck, Pete Townsend, Mark Knopfler, Ray Davis, Liam Gallagher, Ronnie Wood, Tony Iommi, Angus and Malcolm Young, Paul McCartney, Sting, Ritchie Blackmore, Def Leppard and Bryan Adams.

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