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THE GUITAR AUCTION 13th & 14th March 2019


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Condition is noted on some items. Lack of notation does not imply the item is undamaged or free of restoration. Buyers must satisfy themselves as to the condition of all lots prior to bidding. Condition reports are available upon request BIDDING METHODS If you are unable to attend the sale, you can leave a written commission bid Telephone bids may be possible at the discretion of the auctioneer NEW! ONLINE BIDDING

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Guitars

Wednesday 12th June 2019

Guitar Amplification, Spares & Audio Equipment Thursday 13th June 2019


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ARTIsT­GUITARs­ &­MeMORAbIlIA


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PETE OVEREND WATTS (MOTT THE HOOPLE) (lOTs­1­-­99) Peter "Pete" Overend Watts (13 May 1947 – 22 January 2017) was an English bass guitarist and founding member of the iconic 1970s rock band Mott the Hoople.

Born in Yardley, Birmingham, on 13 May 1947, he moved to Worthing, Sussex, as a child and later to Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. He started learning guitar when he was 13 whilst at Ross Grammar School. By 1965 he switched to bass and became a professional musician alongside Mick Ralphs in a group called the Buddies, playing in Germany and Italy.

The group later became the Doc Thomas Group, and then Shakedown Sound, before finally changing their name to Silence and settling in London in 1969. The addition of singer Ian Hunter saw the band become Mott the Hoople. Manager Guy Stevens, asked Pete to go out under his middle name ‘Overend’. This was a family name passed down through generations. Watts adopted the stage name ‘Overend Watts’. Pete’s iconic look was created by Watts' bass of choice, a white Gibson Thunderbird, matched with his thigh high white boots.

The band's 1969 debut album, Mott the Hoople became a cult success but unfortunately the following three albums (Mad Shadows (1970), Wildlife (1971) and Brain Capers (1971)) didn’t fare so well. Following a depressing concert in Switzerland, combined with an aborted UK tour, the band was close to breaking up.

Pete phoned David Bowie to ask if he required his services as a bass player. When Bowie heard that the band were close to an end, he persuaded them to stay together, gifting them All the Young Dudes and producing the album under the same name. This song shot Mott the Hoople to success and would become one of the most iconic tracks of the era. The 1973 album Mott became the band’s best seller in the USA and included two UK hits, Honaloochie Boogie and All the Way from Memphis. 1974 was an eventful year for the band. Chart success came again with Roll Away the Stone and the band went on to have the iconic US tour, with support from Queen. The 1974 albums The Hoople and Live were released, followed by the departure of Ian Hunter and Mick Ronson, The band subsequently abbreviated the name to Mott. Watts continued, and with various line up changes and two albums later, the band transformed into British Lions, releasing two albums before splitting up following no chart success.

In January 2009 it was confirmed that Watts and the other original members of Mott the Hoople would reform for three 40th anniversary reunion concerts in October 2009. The reunion at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo, London, England was extended to five shows due to popular demand. In November 2013 Mott the Hoople again reunited, with Martin Chambers sitting in for Buffin on drums, for a series of UK gigs in Birmingham, Glasgow, Newcastle and Manchester, before concluding at the 02 in London Watts was known for his long-distance walks. His book The Man Who Hated Walking was published in 2013. Watts sadly died on 22 January 2017 at the age of 69.

In September 2017, his debut solo album He’s Real Gone, was posthumously released.

We are delighted to offer the following instruments and ephemera on behalf of Pete’s family. Over 100 lots include his personal collection of weird and wonderful guitars and career related memorabilia, amassed over his forty-year career. 4

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Wednesday 13th March 2019 at 11am 1. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Hagstrom Standard 80 electric guitar, made in Sweden; Finish: blue sparkle top with white pearloid back, top lifting to edges, binding separation, various cracks to pearloid, some clouding to top, other age related wear; Fretboard: pearloid; Frets: worn with visible indent wear; Electrics: working; Hardware: tarnished in places, replaced and missing tuner buttons; Overall condition: fair

*This guitar was used with The Silence (one of Pete's early bands), on 'Gunshot'. Used to create the squashy sounding dampened lead guitar. The guitar was later used on British Lion's tracks 'Lady Don't Fall Backwards' and 'Eat the Rich' £600-1000

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2. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Wandre S.A. Noble electric guitar in need of restoration; Finish: pink top with black back, back veneer missing to back of headstock, edges; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Hardware: damage to pickguard, missing switch tip; Overall condition: in need of restoration £600-1000 3. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960 Hofner 500/10 six string bass guitar, made in Germany, ser. no. 110; Finish: blond, lacquer checking and other surface imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, G string saddle missing on bridge, strap buttons replaced; Overall condition: good for age *Incorrectly labelled 500/5 £600-1000

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4. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1963 Framus Star Bass guitar, made in Germany, ser. no. 07814; Finish: rose burst, various imperfections including minor lacquer checking, blemishes and other surface scrapes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: general tarnishing, missing G string tuner button; Overall condition: fair £400-600

5. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Rosetti 3 electric guitar in need of restoration; Finish: beige vinyl, some tears and separation from binding; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: refret, minor wear; Electrics: in need of attention; Hardware: missing top E tuner, missing bridge; Overall condition: poor £60-100 6. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Vox Clubman electric guitar, ser. no. 75622; Finish: red, lacquer cracks, other various surface wear; Fretboard: maple, missing dot marker to fifth position; Frets: mild wear; Electrics: attention required to bridge pickup; Hardware: generally good; Overall condition: fair £70-100

7. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Eko archtop guitar, made in Italy; Finish: tobacco sunburst, various lacquer cracks, scuffs and other blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: worn; Electrics: later fitted Hofner sliding pickup floating system in need of attention; Hardware: generally good; Overall condition: fair £80-120

8. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Maya MR-26 electric guitar, made in Japan; Finish: green, refinish, various blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Overall condition: fair £150-250 9. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1967 Levin LT-18 acoustic guitar, made in Sweden, ser. no. 4xxxx0; Back and sides: maple, lacquer checking and various other scrapes/blemishes, small repaired crack to the treble side/lower bout; Table: natural, lacquer checking and various dings; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: generally good; Hardware: one screw missing from A tuner, damage to A string bridge pin, split to bridge plate through the pins; Overall condition: fair £300-500

10. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1970s Hayman 1010 electric guitar, made in England, ser. no. 8540374; Finish: cherry sunburst, various blemishes and scratches; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good; Electrics: middle pickup requires attention; Hardware: generally good; Overall condition: good £200-400

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11. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1977 Antoria Memphis Custom Agent electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. G77xxx5; Finish: tobacco sunburst, light surface scratches to the top, heavy blemishes to the back and sides; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: mild wear; Electrics: working; Hardware: typical loss to gold plating, bridge and stop bar replaced; Other: damage and scroll missing to the tip of head; Overall condition: fair £200-400 12. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Futurama Sophomore electric guitar; Finish: red, various heavy imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: indent wear to first position; Electrics: working; Hardware: general tarnishing, missing selector switch knob; Overall condition: fair £50-80

13. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Futurama II electric guitar, ser. no. 1004; Finish: red, lacquer checking and various heavy and minor blemishes; Fretboard: stained maple; Frets: dent wear to first position; Electrics: working; Hardware: general tarnishing, missing trem arm; Overall condition: fair £200-400


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15. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Watkins Rapier 22 electric guitar, made in England, ser. no. 4700; Finish: lacquer checking and other blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood, missing position markers; Frets: generally good, minor indent wear to first position; Electrics: working; Hardware: missing one control knob; Overall condition: fair £150-250

16. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Watkins Rapier 33 electric guitar, made in England, ser. no. 5370; Finish: red, lacquer cracks to body; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Overall condition: good £150-250

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18. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Vox VG6 hollow body electric guitar, made in Italy, circa 1970, ser. no. 1037; Finish: sunburst, stripped to back, various blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: missing pickguard, missing one screw to truss rod cover, missing screws to pickup surrounds, missing lower selector switch tip, missing bridge cover, missing trem arm; Overall condition: fair £150-250

19. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Harmony Rocket H54 hollow body electric guitar, made in USA; Finish: two-tone lemon burst, lacquer checking, blemishes and other scuffs; Fretboard: ebonised maple; Frets: generally good, minor wear to first position; Electrics: working; Hardware: general tarnishing, missing pickguard; Overall condition: fair £400-600 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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23. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1970s Greco Mick Ralphs II 12/6 double neck electric guitar, made in Japan; Finish: black, various heavy knocks and blemishes; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, one tone knob replaced; Case: original fitted hard case; Overall condition: good *This guitar can be seen in a video entitled "Pussygrew Song/Caribbean Hate Song" on YouTube, a home-made video by Overend Watts. Nott the Hoople's guitarist, Julian, can be seen in the background playing this guitar £600-1000 24. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Harmony archtop acoustic guitar, made in USA; Finish: two-tone lemon burst, crack to top, other various scuffs and blemishes; Fretboard: stained maple; Frets: generally good; Hardware: general tarnishing, missing strap button; Overall condition: fair £60-100

25. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1970s Harmony Sovereign H6561 acoustic guitar; Finish: various blemishes and scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £100-200

23 20. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Hofner Artist bass guitar, made in Germany, ser. no. 1620; Finish: red, lacquer checking and other blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: require attention, bridge pickup requires refixing; Hardware: attention required to bridge cover, missing tone control cap, missing small screws to pickguard; Overall condition: fair £100-200

21. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1970s CMI Les Paul Special Copy electric guitar, made in Japan; Finish: cherry, various blemishes and scuffs; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Overall condition: fair £100-200 22. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1970s CMI Melody Maker style electric guitar, made in Japan; Finish: sunburst, various blemishes, particularly to the back edges; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: general tarnishing, missing one tone knob; Overall condition: fair £100-200

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26. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1980s Hondo H-2TTRS electric guitar, made in Korea; Finish: cherry sunburst, various blemishes and scrapes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, require cleaning; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: fair £80-120

27. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1980s Hondo Deluxe Series 880 H880MR bass guitar; Finish: metallic red, various knocks and blemishes, particularly to the edges; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working, although input jack requires attention; Hardware: general tarnishing; Overall condition: fair £80-120 28. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Hondo II H730BS electric guitar; Finish: two-tone sunburst, various blemishes and other imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working, bridge pickup cover removed; Hardware: generally good, replaced volume control knob; Overall condition: fair £40-80

29. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1980s B.C. Rich NJ Series Warlock electric guitar, ser. no. B4963; Finish: red, various minor surface scratches and a few blemishes to the edges; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, missing switch tip; Other: small crack to the bass side of neck; Overall condition: fair £150-300


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30. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1970s Cimar Les Paul Copy electric guitar, made in Japan; Finish: sunburst, various knocks and blemishes, particularly the edges; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: fair £40-80 31. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1970s Jedson Les Paul Copy electric guitar, made in Japan; Finish: natural, various heavy blemishes and scratches etc; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: mild wear; Electrics: working, attention required to input jack, bridge pickup upgraded with a DiMarzio green humbucker; Hardware: generally good, replaced control knob; Overall condition: fair £60-100 32. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Columbus Series 3 58-X semi hollow body electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 890846; Finish: wine red, various scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, damage to pickguard; Overall condition: good £100-200 33. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Washburn Wing Series electric guitar, made in Japan, circa 1980, ser. no. 801252; Finish: cherry sunburst, heavy lacquer cracks and blemishes allover, buckle scratches to back; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: replaced bridge, neck pickup surround damaged, general tarnishing; Overall condition: poor £150-250 34. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1980s Westone Spectrum ST bass guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 6060272; Finish: black, various blemishes and scrapes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working, oxidisation to pole pieces on pickup, input jack requires attention; Hardware: generally good; Overall condition: fair £50-100 35. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1970s Aria SG style electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 1004044; Finish: cherry, various blemishes and scuffs; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, some minor indent wear; Electrics: working, modifications to pickup; Hardware: general tarnishing; Overall condition: good £80-120 36. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1994 Epiphone Flying V electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no S4050557; Finish: black, various minor blemishes and surface scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working, minor adjustments needed; Hardware: generally good; Overall condition: fair £80-120

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37. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1990s Epiphone Les Paul Junior electric guitar, ser. no. Y6100040; Finish: two-tone sunburst, various imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Overall condition: good £60-100

38. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Vantage VP-790 electric guitar, made in Japan, circa 1970; Finish: walnut, various scuffs and minor blemishes, particularly to the back edges; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Overall condition: fair £100-200 39. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - two Vox White Shadow electric guitars, one in white, one in red, both in need of some attention (2) £100-200

40. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Squier by Fender Bullet electric guitar, ser. no. E900443, black finish, missing back plate, tired general condition; together with an Encore double cutaway electric guitar, refinished in neon pink (2) £80-120 41. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Marlin Sidewinder bass guitar in need of attention; also a Ninja Axis bass guitar in need of restoration (2) £60-100

42. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Peavey International Series Dynabass five string bass guitar; Finish: quilted orange, various minor blemishes and surface scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Overall condition: fair £60-100 43. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Maison Superstrat electric guitar, cherry sunburst finish; together with a Fenix by Young Chang Superstrat type electric guitar, black finish, both in need of some attention (2) £100-200

44. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Oakland Explorer type electric guitar and a Fresher Flying V style electric guitar, both made in Japan, both in tired condition/in need of attention (2) £80-120

45. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1980s Aria Pro II RS Series electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 4040819; Finish: black, various blemishes and marks; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: general tarnishing, missing switch tip; Overall condition: fair £70-100 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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46. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1980s Dean DS90E electric guitar, ser. no. S2014786; Finish: white, minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, some tarnishing; Overall condition: good £70-100 47. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Zenta hollow body electric guitar, made in Japan; Finish: sunburst, minor blemishes and marks; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, some tarnishing, missing tremolo arm and spring; Overall condition: good £80-120 48. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - two Rosetti Solid 7 electric guitars and a Rosetti Lucky Squire guitar, all in need of restoration (3) £100-200 49. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Musima Rellog solid body electric guitar; Finish: black, lacquer checking and various blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: untested (non conventional input); Hardware: general tarnishing; Overall condition: fair £100-200 50. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Jedson hollow body electric guitar, made in Japan; Finish: red burst, various surface imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Overall condition: good £80-120 51. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Jedson shortscale bass guitar, made in Japan; Finish: sunburst, various blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good; together with another 1960s Japanese made bass guitar (2) £100-200 52. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Audition 7003 hollow body electric guitar; together with a Satellite 65/T shortscale electric guitar (2) £100-200 53. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - two 1960s electric guitars in need of restoration; together with a 1950s shortscale archtop guitar in need of restoration and a Triumph lap guitar also in need of restoration (4) £100-200

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54. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1950s Musima archtop guitar with Hofner floating pickup in need of attention £70-100 55. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1970s Eko Ranger XII acoustic guitar, made in Italy; Finish: natural, minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £80-120 56. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Eko Ranger XII acoustic guitar with repaired head; together with a Folk 12 twelve string acoustic guitar in need of attention (2) £60-100 57. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1950s Reliance small bodied acoustic guitar; together with an Egmond small bodied acoustic guitar (2) £60-100 58. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1970s Hofner Western twelve string acoustic guitar; Back and sides: stained maple, various imperfections; Table: natural, various dings; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Overall condition: good £100-200 59. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Hoyer twelve string electroacoustic guitar, made in Germany; Finish: sunburst, heavy lacquer cracks, slight lifting to the belly below the bridge, other imperfections; Fretboard: stained maple; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: missing one bridge pin; Overall condition: fair; together with a Hohner MW-1200N twelve string acoustic guitar in need of attention (2) £100-200 60. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Kay six string acoustic guitar with restored head break and other imperfections; together with an Eko Ranger 6 acoustic guitar (2) £80-120 61. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - vintage unbranded tenor guitar; together with an electro-acoustic mandolin and a Rosetti piano accordion, both in need of restoration (3) £40-80 62. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - four acoustic guitars, all in need of varying degrees of attention (4) £80-120


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63. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - stage used and autographed Vox Apache-2B bass guitar, made in China, ser. no. Y1204775; Finish: blue; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good *Signed 'Mott the Hoople, Overend Watts' to the back. Used live with Mott the Hoople on the 2013 reunion tour £200-400

64. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - autographed Fender Stratocaster electric guitar with Kahler Spyder trem, ser. no. E848575; Finish: Olympic white, various knocks and blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: mild wear; Electrics: working, pots partially seized; Hardware: general tarnishing; Overall condition: fair

*Signed 'Mott the Hoople, Overend Watts' to the back £300-500

65. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - autographed Epiphone Les Paul Junior electric guitar, ser. no. Y703080; Finish: two-tone sunburst, minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good *Signed 'Mott the Hoople, Overend Watts' to the back £100-200

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67 66. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - autographed Gould Shock electric guitar, made in China; Finish: yellow, minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good *Signed 'Mott the Hoople, Overend Watts' to the back £100-200

67. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - autographed Danelectro '56 electric guitar, made in Korea; Finish: coral, shrinking to masked edge in the waist area; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: require attention; Overall condition: fair *Signed 'Mott the Hoople, Overend Watts, my Dano' to the back. Used by Pete on the reunion tour £100-200 68. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - autographed Italia Monza electric guitar; Finish: gold sparkle, minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, damage to volume control on amp section; Overall condition: good

*Signed 'Overend Watts, Mott the Hoople' to the back and to the cavity plate £200-400 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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70. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - autographed Eko Rock-V1 electric guitar, ser. no. 0803033; Finish: two-tone sunburst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good *Signed 'Mott the Hoople, Overend Watts' to the back £200-400

71. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - autographed 16.5" x 11.5" Mott the Hoople poster, signed by Ian Hunter, Overend Watts, Mick Ralphs, Verden Allen and Buffin, the original line-up for the 2009 reunion gigs in Hammersmith £50-100

72. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - autographed 16.5" x 11.5" Mott the Hoople poster, signed by Ian Hunter, Overend Watts, Mick Ralphs, Verden Allen and Buffin, the original line-up for the 2009 reunion gigs in Hammersmith £50-100 73. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - autographed 11.5" x 16.5" poster, signed by Ian Hunter, Overend Watts, Mick Ralphs, Verden Allen and Buffin, the original line-up for the 2009 reunion gigs in Hammersmith £50-100 75 69. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - autographed Epiphone Dot hollow body electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. 99090442; Finish: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good

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74. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - autographed 11.5" x 16.5" poster, signed by Ian Hunter, Overend Watts, Mick Ralphs, Verden Allen and Buffin, the original line-up for the 2009 reunion gigs in Hammersmith £50-100

75. Mott the Hoople interest - very rare 'Doc Thomas Group' promotional poster, 36" x 27" (at fault)

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76 76. Mott the Hoople - promotional poster for Mott the Hoople with support from Heads Hand and Feet, Amazing Blondel and Karakorum at Hereford United Football Club on Monday 30th August 1971, 29.5" x 40" (at fault) *The Hereford United Football Club event was Mott the Hoople's homecoming concert following their recent rise to success £80-120

77. Mott the Hoople - promotional poster for Mott the Hoople plus Barnstorm (featuring Joe Walsh) and Uncle Jam Band at the Ellis Auditorium, Memphis Tennessee on Friday 22nd December 1972, 11" x 8.5" £50-100 78. Mott the Hoople - original playbill for Mott the Hoople, with special guests Queen at the Uris Theatre, Broadway, New York in May 1974 *The 1974 Mott the Hoople tour was influential in Queen's rapid rise to success £50-100

79. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - comical stage wear design and other doodlings by Overend Watts on a Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge Guest folder £40-80 80. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Overend Watts' personal 1970 Island Artists diary planner completed with the year's events including live concerts and recording sessions, along with expense accounts information; also a Mott the Hoople recording schedule on an A4 piece of paper £50-100

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77 81. Mott the Hoople - October 1973 Fleet Street magazine featuring the 17th October 1973 Kleinhans Music Hall concert of Mott the Hoople and Aerosmith with special guest stars New York Dolls; together with further Mott the Hoople memorabilia including three original admission tickets for Mott the Hoople at The Winter Gardens, Great Malvern, a collection of original Mott the Hoople stickers, a menu card for a CBS Records Mott the Hoople promotional dinner and three Mott the Hoople badges £80-120

82. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Overend Watts' personal membership booklet to the 1600 Club, Hereford, 1965*; together with a Manny's Musical Instruments, New York purchase receipt for a Gibson Thunderbird 3 electric guitar dated 6/3/1970, made out to Pete Overend Watts and a later receipt detailing the purchase of Overend Watts' iconic Gibson Thunderbird bass in exchange for the Firebird and other items; also a 1988 Wembley Arena ticket for Def Leppard, a Def Leppard Hysteria world tour VIP guest pass and a Def Leppard Rock till We Drop VIP guest pass**

*The 1600 Club in Hereford was and influential vanue in the formation of Mott the Hoople. **Pete Overend Watts was good friends with Joe Elliott and would often attend Def Leppard concerts £50-100

83. Mott the Hoople/British Lions interest - selection of British Lions promotional material, including promo packs and stickers; also two copies of 'Here 'Tis' magazine, where Mott the Hoople are the cover feature £30-50

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89 84. Mott the Hoople - playbill for Mott the Hoople at The Uris Theatre, Broadway New York, personally signed 'Love to Gill, from Overend! (Pete really)'; together with a Mott the Hoople and Peace programme (folding out into a Mott the Hoople poster) *The Coming Together of Mott the Hoople and Peace set up Paul Rogers and Mick Ralphs, who later went on to form Bad Company £40-80

85. Twelve early black and white promotional photographs of Mott the Hoople, some possibly unpublished £50-100

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86. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - an early black and white photograph, one of Overend Watts' and Mick Ralphs' early bands 'The Buddies', taken at The Woodpecker nightclub in Italy; together with a selection of original, promotional and proof black and white photographs of Overend Watts for Mott the Hoople, many of which are candid and unpublished £50-100 87. Mott the Hoople - German pressing of Mott the Hoople's 'Roll Away the Stone' / 'Where Do You All Come From' 7" 45 rpm vinyl record, CBS S 1895, a rare misprint copy where the side two label appears on both sides £50-100 88. Mott the Hoople - Apple Corps acetate test pressing of 'Honaloochie Boogie' *Pete Overend Watts' personal copy and inscribed by Buffin on the label 'Honaloochie Boogie, March '67?, Mott the Hoople, Overend?' £80-120

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90. Mott the Hoople - Pete Overend Watts' personal Emidisc 7" 45 rpm vinyl test pressing of Mott the Hoople's 'All the Young Dudes' / 'One of the Boys' £300-500 91. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 10" x 8" black and white photograph of Mick Ronson, personally signed 'To my dearest friend Jonathan, love Mick Ronson' £30-50 92. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Pete's personal collection of early New Musical Express (NME) £30-50 93. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - pair of stage worn white slipon shoes, bearing Overend Watts' personal comical customisation *Worn on three out of five nights with Mott the Hoople at The Hammersmith Apollo reunion, October 2009 £40-80

94. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Overend Watts' personally customised and worn suit including gecko tie and green heeled boots * Worn for the Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards in 2013 £80-120

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90 95. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Two piece Grey military outfit suit, worn on stage at the Mott the Hoople reunion tour £30-50

96. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - pink Trident Tribe shirt, worn on stage at the Mott the Hoople reunion tour £30-50

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97 97. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - black and green hemp leaf shirt, worn on stage at the Mott the Hoople reunion tour £30-50 98. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - white Levi's shirt, worn on stage at the Mott the Hoople reunion tour £30-50 99. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - grey and black trim jacket, worn on stage at the Mott the Hoople reunion tour £30-50 PLEASE FIND FURTHER LOTS FROM THE OVEREND WATTS COLLECTION ON DAY TWO: AMPLIFICATION - LOTS 601 - 613

GUITAR EFFECTS & PEDAL UNITS - LOTS 701 - 703 GUITAR MISCELLANEOUS - LOTS 801 - 805

PRO AUDIO & STUDIO EqUIPMENT - LOTS 901 - 918

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HUW LLOyD-LANGTON (lOTs­100­-­119) Richard Hugh "Huw" Lloyd-Langton (6 February 1951 – 6 December 2012) A self taught - self styled guitarist/songwriter/singer with extraordinary talent. Huw read and wrote both rock and classical music. and is renowned as an original member of HAWKWIND.

Born in Harlesden, North London, Huw started playing guitar at school. His first professional gig was in Germany with WINSTON G, with whom he toured continuously for six months.

After this jaunt in 1969, Huw returned to the UK and joined HAWKWIND with Dave Brock, Jon Harrison, Terry Ollis & Dik Mik. He remained with them for over two years, recording their first two LPs. Due to illness in late 1971 he left (occasionally joining them), returning full time in 1979 when their LP 'LIVE 79' went straight in the top 10 UK charts. In fact everything they did between 1979 and 1985 was either in the pop, heavy metal or independent charts

1971 to 1979 came a variety of gigs including a 2-year acoustic stint in vegetarian restaurant PASTURES, London, teaching guitar at a comprehensive school in Streatham for a year, 6 months with LEO SAYER touring the UK & Europe and various other band situations. From 1974 to 1978 he joined WIDOMAKER touring the USA and recording 2 LPs, which charted there. Line-up included Steve Ellis- LOVE AFFAIR, Aerial Bender- MOTT THE HOOPLE, Bob Daisley-RAINBOW, Paul Nicholls LINDISFARNE and John Butler. In 1979 he re-joined HAWKWIND where he remained for the next 10 years.

In 1982 Huw formed LLOYD LANGTON GROUP (LLG) to gig between HAWKWIND quiet periods. LLG had two singles and two LPs in the Heavy Metal charts during the '80s. During this period, he had his own column in GUITARIST magazine for six months titled 'Langton's Lead Lines'.

Since 1989: Huw joined PRETTY THINGS on one European tour, toured Italy in '93 with DR BROWN, and toured the UK several times with LLG. During the spring of '95 Hooples toured Sweden with Ray Majors’ MOTT THE HOOPLES’ last guitarist and has been back twice with the LLOYD LANGTON GROUP. August '97 saw Huw join Hawkwind as a special guest at Blackheath Concert Halls raising over £8,500 for Shelter's work with the Homeless. During 1993 to 1998 Huw also taught guitar at the Kilburn Community Centre and performed numerous solo acoustic concerts in UK, Denmark and Sweden. Huw's last LLG CD 'Chain Reaction' was released in 1999.

Later work would include rereleases and further work on LLG recordings as well as many reunion performances with HAWKWIND.

Ill health hampered the latter part of Huw’s career. He sadly passed away at his home on 6 December 2012, aged 61 years old, after a two-year fight with cancer. We are pleased to offer the following instruments and ephemera on behalf of Huw’s family. These twenty lots include the tools of his trade and memorabilia connected to his forty year career.

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100. Huw Lloyd-Langton - 1974 Gibson Les Paul Custom 20th Anniversary electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 397846; Finish: ivory, various lacquer cracks and blemishes; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: dent wear to first position, refret; Electrics: working; Hardware: replaced strap buttons, replaced switch tip, heavy wear and pitting to metal parts; Other: Factory 2 stamp to the back of the head and signs of a previous neck repair to the volute area; Case: earlier five latch Gibson hard case, circa 1960, with brown exterior and pink interior bearing an assortment of various Hawkwind and other guest passes; Overall condition: fair *One of Huw Lloyd-Langton's main working instruments used for both touring and recording. He nicknamed this guitar 'Lizzie'. It is thought that Huw purchased this guitar directly from the Gibson factory. Sold with a number of photographs dating from the mid '70s and later depicting Huw using the guitar with both Hawkwind and The Lloyd Langton Group ** The Factory 2 stamp likely relates to a factory repair on the head. The back of the head has been refinished, whilst the "2" is clearly on top of the refinishing work ÂŁ2000-4000

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101. Huw Lloyd-Langton - 1981 Gibson Howard Roberts Fusion semi hollow body electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 80091053; Finish: two-tone tobacco burst, buckle rash to back, other minor blemishes and marks; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, missing pickguard, some pitting/corrosion to metal parts; Case: original hard case bearing various tour passes and other stickers; Overall condition: good

*One of Huw Lloyd-Langton's main touring instruments, he nicknamed the guitar 'Howie'. Sold with various images of Huw playing the guitar ÂŁ1000-2000

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102. Huw Lloyd-Langton - 1998 Gibson Blues Hawk semi hollow body electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 9xxx8xx5; Finish: blue, mild buckle wear to back, various other scratches and minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good * This guitar was regularly used live with Hawkwind and The Lloyd Langton Group and is sold with various photographs depicting Huw with the guitar ÂŁ700-1000

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103. Huw Lloyd-Langton - 1996 Epiphone Night Hawk electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. S6100412; Finish: black, various surface scratches and blemishes, larger blemish to the back edge; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working, replaced bridge and middle pickups; Hardware: good; Case: 1980s moulded Gibson hard case bearing various tour passes; Overall condition: fair

* Purchased to replace Huw's original Night Hawk which was stolen from the tour bus outside the Leeds Irish centre in 2002. Sold with photographs of Huw using the guitar in 2007 at Hawkfest and at a Tosh concert ÂŁ200-400

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104. Huw Lloyd-Langton - Roland G505 synthesizer guitar controller, made in Japan, ser. no. B820392; Finish: metallic blue, some blemishes and other surface scratches; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working, replaced bridge pickup; Hardware: generally good, pickguard modified to fit bridge pickup; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good; sold with a Roland GR-300 Polyphonic Guitar Synthesizer pedal unit, within a heavy duty flight case bearing Hawkwind stencils to the front and back

*Along with 'Lizzie', Huw used this guitar for recording on the 'Levitation' album and others and for touring during the 1980s. Huw always said that the synth guitar complimented Hawkwind's sci-fi music and was good fun to play because of the sounds that he could get out of it. Sold with photographs of Huw using the guitar with Hawkwind £800-1200

104 105. Huw Lloyd-Langton - Gordon Smith Gypsy semi-hollow body twelve string electric guitar, made in England, ser. no. 8479; Finish: metallic blue, blemishes to the back of the bass horn; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, missing one control knob; Other: action currently set very high; Case: acoustic hard case; Overall condition: good *Purchased by Huw in 2001 and used on tour with Hawkwind. He also used the guitar for rehearsals and studio work including the recording of 'Classical Guitar Tales' £300-500

106. Huw Lloyd-Langton - 2003 Samick Greg Bennett design Ultramatic electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. S031010732; Finish: quilted sunburst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good

*Although relatively inexpensive, Huw purchased this guitar because he thought it played really well. He liked the weight and style and the sound he could get from it. Sold with a picture of him playing the guitar with Litmus in Weymouth, 2010 £150-250

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107. Huw Lloyd-Langton - 1977 Ovation 1613-4 nylon string electroacoustic guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 096827; Back and sides: synthetic bowl back; Table: natural, minor blemishes; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Case: original hard case bearing various tour passes; Overall condition: good *One of Huw's hobbies was learning to read and write classical music. At home he practised with his Levin, but while in USA with Widowmaker in 1977, he missed his guitar on his days off and purchased this Ovation. At home and on tour this was the guitar that Huw practised scales on. The Aeolian scale was one his favourites can be heard on the Hawkwind 'Levitation' album. Huw's playing on this album was reviewed as neoclassical, both harmonic and melodic. He always put that down to continued practising of scales £300-500 108. Huw Lloyd-Langton - Ovation Celebrity CS275 electro-acoustic five string bass guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. 1047228; Back and sides: synthetic bowl back; Table: black, minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Cased: Kinsman soft case; Overall condition: good

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109. Huw Lloyd-Langton - 1980s Pilgrim Mayflower AE acoustic guitar, made in England, ser. no. 1882; Back and sides: synthetic bowl back; Table: natural, minor blemishes and various pick marks; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: generally good, minor indent wear to first position; Electrics: working; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good *Purchased in 1987, Huw used this guitar for acoustic concerts. Sold with various photographs of Huw using this guitar live £200-400 110. Huw Lloyd-Langton - 1968 Levin LTS-4 twelve string acoustic guitar, made in Sweden, ser. no. 490381; Back and sides: maple, lacquer checking and other blemishes; Table: heavy play wear, lacquer checking, various pin holes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: indent wear to first position; Case: hard case; Overall condition: fair

*Purchased in 1971, this is the first guitar Huw bought after leaving Hawkwind 'for the first time' in 1970. Gigs were few and far between in the early '70s but he had been offered a seven night acoustic spot in Pastures vegetarian restaurant in Westbourne Grove. Huw needed an acoustic guitar for this gig and his mother, who dabbled in antiques, gave him a gold sovereign to sell in the West End. He went into various guitar shops and came back with the Levin, with which he did a straight swap for the gold sovereign. Although his mum was a bit cross, it was a guitar that became his bread and butter. Huw wrote most of his music on this guitar including some of the instrumental classical music on his last album 'Classical Guitar Tales'. Sold with a small black and white collage photograph of Huw playing the guitar £400-600

111. Huw Lloyd-Langton - selection of guitar accessories including four various guitar straps, a selection of various picks, two slides, two tuning forks and an Olympus Notecorder 300 £40-80 112. Huw Lloyd-Langton - Hohner Blues Band cased set of seven harmonicas £30-50

113. Huw Lloyd-Langton - E-Bow, within its original brown leather pouch with instruction booklet *Used by Huw throughout his career and one of his favourite guitar accessories £50-100

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110 114. Huw Lloyd-Langton - collection of tour passes for both Huw and Marion Lloyd Langton, including Hawkwind, Huw Lloyd Langton Group and Pretty Things £50-100

115. Huw Lloyd-Langton - limited edition Hawkwind plaque, no. 190/500; together with a Hawkwind 'Masters of the Universe' souvenir tour brochure £80-120 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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117 116. Huw Lloyd-Langton - personal collection of twelve Zippo lighters £40-80 117. Huw Lloyd-Langton - personal stage worn purple suede jacket with black leather trim £50-100 118. Huw Lloyd-Langton - personal tour worn brown leather tassel jacket £50-100 119. Huw Lloyd-Langton - four various stage worn shirts; also two baseball caps including a New York Yankees cap and another beaded cap £50-100 __________________________ 120. Scott Ian (Anthrax) - Jackson Scott Ian signature T-1000 electric guitar, made in USA; Finish: silver burst; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case bearing a Scott Ian signed Anthrax sticker; Overall condition: very good *Case bearing a Scott Ian signed Anthrax Army sticker. Won in a Metal Hammer competition. The vendor met Scott, who signed the sticker for him £2000-3000

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121. Kasabian - artist signed 2009 Gibson Les Paul Studio 'Guinness 250' electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 0xxx9xxx6, black finish, original Gibson hard case

*Signed by Kasabian in 2009 including Tom Meighan, Sergio Pizzorno, Jay Mehler, Ian Matthews and Chris Edwards. The signing took place during a soundcheck in 2009, when Kasabian performed at the Guinness 250th anniversary concert. Photographs of each member signing the guitar are included with the lot £1000-1200 122. Sting - Fender Sting signature Precision Bass guitar, hand signed by Sting to the scratchplate, made in Japan, ser. no. JD13xxxx28; Finish: sunburst; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: Fender gig bag; Overall condition: good

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123. Steve Howe - C.F. Martin & Co. solid body prototype electric guitar from The Steve Howe Collection, made in USA, ser. no. 00011, within original hard case (electrics working although require attention to reconfigure to manufacturer stock) *Steve Howe swapped his Martin prototype guitar for a 1964 Rickenbacker model 1993 twelve string electric guitar in a direct trade. The guitar is accompanied with various letters of provenance between Steve Howe and the vendor throughout late 2016. This documentation includes: - A letter from and signed by Steve Howe stating that this Martin prototype guitar ser. no. 00011 was part of his collection for approximately twenty years

- A letter to the vendor from Mr Howe requesting his contact details

- Various letters between the vendor and Mr Howe confirming that this guitar is one of the fifteen prototypes made by Martin that were sent to the world's top guitarists for review

- A letter confirming the guitar as the one directly swapped for the twelve string Rickenbacker that features in Steve Howe's guitar collection book - A hardback copy of The Steve Howe Collection, where the vendor's old guitar features on pages 84-85. Mr Howe has personally written on the page 'Do You Recognise This Guitar??' £1200-1800

123 124. Maurice Gibb (Bee Gees) - artist signed early 1970s Gibson J45 acoustic guitar, used to compose Jive Talkin'; sunburst finish, 20 fret rosewood fingerboard (restorations and bearing a 'L. Pohl Breslin Luther' label to the inner back), signed to the front by all three members of the Bee Gees and dated 1987

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*Won by Charlie Faulkner in a BBC Radio One competition on the Bruno Brookes Rock Shop, January 1987. The guitar is accompanied by a BBC Radio One headed letter, dated 13th January 1987, from Radio One research assistant Carrie Turner, inviting Mr Faulkner to personally pick the guitar up from Radio One, meet Bruno and have a look around the studios. A photograph documenting the meeting in the studio is included and depicts Mr Faulkner holding the guitar with Bruno Brookes. A cassette tape with a sound bite of Bruno Brookes announcing the winner is also supplied. On the recording, it is confirmed that this is the guitar that Maurice Gibb composed the 1975 Bee Gees hit 'Jive Talkin' on. More recently the guitar featured on Channel Four's 'Four Rooms' (Season 4, Episode 1) where Mr Faulkner agreed a sale with Celia Sawyer. In this episode Mr Faulkner again confirms with the dealers that Maurice Gibb wrote 'Jive Talkin' on the guitar. Celia Sawyer later sold the guitar to a UK private collector £7000-10000

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125. John Entwistle (The Who) - 1956 Gibson Les Paul Special electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 6 9289; Finish: TV yellow, various imperfections as typical for the age including rubbing to the edges, lacquer checking and other minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: minor wear; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, replaced tuners; Case: TKL hard case; Overall condition: good

*Ex lot 245, Sotheby's - The John Entwistle Collection, 13th May 2003 and sold with a copy of the auction catalogue 124

*Sold with CITES A10 certificate no. 576932/01 £10000-15000

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126. Booker T. Washington White – The 1933 National Duolian “Hard Rock” Resonator guitar, made in USA, serial no. C7094, gifted to his transatlantic friend, Keith Perry, a Newcastle, UK based photographer in May 1976. £80,000 – 120,000

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Booker White

Booker “Bukka” White (12th November 1909 – 26th February 1977) was an influential African-American Delta Blues guitarist from Mississippi, USA, active from the late 1920s until his passing in 1977. He was best known for his slide work on National Resonator guitars and recordings put out by early labels including Victor, Vocalion and Okeh. His musical career started by playing the fiddle at square dances with a change of instrument after his father gifted him a guitar on his ninth birthday. Booker honed his craft in the following years and cites Charlie Patten as a big influence, whom he also claimed to have met. Both Booker White and Son House (with his National Style 0) are considered pioneers of Delta Blues slide guitar and a main inspiration for the fascination with National resonator guitars as we know it today. Son House himself was likely influenced by the great man if Booker’s word is to be believed, quoted as saying “Son House got that slide from me, he wasn’t using no slide when I run up on him. He wasn’t using even the bottleneck, too. And after, the next time I’d see him, he had a bottleneck. And so he’s been bottlenecking ever since”. Booker first recorded in 1930 for Victor who released two records under the name “Washington White”. Some years later, whilst serving time for assault in Mississippi State Penitentiary (Parchman Farm), he recorded some of his best-known work including “Shake ‘Em On Down”, which is considered definitive. His experience at the State Penitentiary is written about in “Parchman Farm Blues” which was released in 1940.

Booker’s chances of commercial success in the 1930s largely ended with his imprisonment in 1937. During this time the music world had quickly moved on. His classic brand of country blues was now considered outdated, especially when artists such as Muddy Waters would burst onto the scene with amplified electric blues. However, in time, the recordings made by Booker in 1940 would be considered the greatest of all blues music. In the February 2010 issue of ‘Downbeat’ magazine, Frank-John Hadley stated that Booker’s 1940 Vocalion recordings arguably rival Robert Johnson’s body of work in artistry and poignancy.

Bob Dylan’s 1962 cover of “Fixin’ to Die Blues” aided the rediscovery of Booker in 1963, where he found fame within the Folk Revival scene of the 1960s. This later fame and subsequent touring allowed Booker to travel the world and it was the 1967 UK “American Folk-Blues Festival” which set up what would become a long-distance friendship between Booker White and Newcastle based photographer, Keith Perry.

Hard Rock

On Monday 23rd October 1967, Keith Perry attended the American Folk-Blues Festival at Newcastle City Hall. Even though he was only 24 years old, his profession meant that he was already well acquainted with two world-famous musicians on the bill, Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry. Keith recalls that Brownie met him at the stage door before the concert and said ‘Come through, I want you to meet a real legend of the blues’. Keith walked though and was staggered to see Booker White sprawled out on a piano stool. Keith had a chance to chat to Booker and take pictures of him in the dressing room and on stage. A second meeting between the pair happened in November 1970 when the American FolkBlues Festival arrived at the Sunderland Empire. Again, with Brownie, Sonny and Booker all in tow, more backstage images were taken. Following this, Brownie came over on tour again in 1973. He asked Keith if he had ever kept in touch with Booker. Keith said that he hadn’t, and Brownie encouraged him to send over some of the photographs that he had taken, as he was still enjoying his rediscovered fame. Brownie gave Keith Booker’s Memphis address and he sent Booker the photographs as Brownie has suggested, along with a letter offering to send over a tape of all his old recordings. Keith had heard that he didn’t have copies himself. It wasn’t long before Keith received a hand-written letter from Booker, so set to work compiling a tape of Booker’s recordings from the 1930s and 1940s. At the end of each letter, Keith noticed that Booker had included his home phone number. Keith began to ‘phone Booker and the pair would have many long conversations. Within the space of a few months a special transatlantic friendship had developed. In 1976 during an informal call with Booker, Keith had touched on the subject of acquiring a National guitar. Keith’s friend Jim Murray had one at the time, which was the first that he had seen in the UK. Keith was looking everywhere for a similar model and said to Booker ‘If you ever hear of a guitar similar to yours come up in the States, I’d be very interested to know about it.’ To Keith’s amazement Booker responded, ‘Well, you’ve been good to me. You’ve sent tapes and photographs over to me. If you send me the cost of postage and packaging, I’ll give you my old guitar’. This was an opportunity that Keith simply could not turn down. This wasn’t any old guitar, it was Booker’s prized working instrument. One that had been by his side for three decades. “Hard Rock”, as it was affectionately named, was Booker’s instrument of choice and best suited to his brand of aggressive slide playing. Booker once said “It is loud, I don’t need no mike and also I play so rough. I would have busted many a guitar, but this one can stand rain and punishment. I stomp them, I don’t peddle them”. Whether travelling the world or sat on a stool on Leath Street entertaining neighbours and friends, Hard Rock was Booker’s constant companion. Hard Rock Café founder Isaac Tigrett recalls “I spent many an hour on Bukka’s front porch listening to him play that guitar at his home in Memphis”. Although the roots of Hard Rock Café’s name are unknown, it is an interesting connection between the founder of the world-famous chain and the name of Booker’s main instrument.

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Strapped for cash at the time, Keith arranged a bank loan to cover the cost of shipping and insurance and transferred the money to Booker’s account. Three or four weeks later, on Friday 21st May 1976, Keith received a call from the Newcastle airport customs department that the guitar had arrived but that the import duty needed to be settled. Keith went to the airport to collect the guitar and settled the import duty later that evening. When Keith arrived home, he unpacked the guitar and found it exactly how Booker had left it. Within the case was Booker original strap, slide and tone-bar. On the handle was a shipping label bearing Booker’s address from when he had travelled with the guitar during the 1960s. The guitar’s side bearing Booker’s original set list held on with Scotch tape. A letter shortly arrived from Booker, anxious to hear news about his beloved Hard Rock. By this time, he had acquired a new instrument, a National Style 0, which he named “Lovene”. Booker used this guitar as his instrument of choice for a little under a year until he sadly passed away in February 1977.

A Holy Relic

Already steeped in history, Hard Rock’s story does not end there. Whilst Keith mourned the loss of a hero and friend, he was keen to not shut the guitar away, but to put the instrument into the hands of musicians that he felt would appreciate its rich history and value. Keith, through his photographic profession, documented many meetings between Hard Rock and famous names such as Mark & David Knopfler, Don McLean, Lonnie Donnegan, Bill Wyman, Brian Johnson, Dave Stewart and Derek Trucks.

One very special meeting happened on 18th April 1984, when Keith met Booker’s cousin, none other than the great B.B King at a hotel in Gateshead. B.B King recalls ‘I remember this guitar when I used to come up to Memphis to make the big time’. ‘Booker used to keep this guitar on top of his wardrobe’. This would have been in the 1940s. Keith’s photograph of B.B King with Hard Rock features in B.B King’s Autobiography ‘Blues All Around Me’. In the autobiography he describes the guitar as a “Holy Relic”. B.B King also cites Booker as being one of his three main influences along with Django Reinhardt and T. Bone Walker. On a side note, a famous mural of B.B King with Lucille, which resides on a building in Inianola, Mississippi, mimics one of Keith’s original photographs. Another special series of events in Hard Rock’s journey was when Keith had the chance to offer Eric Bibb the opportunity to see the guitar. On Thursday 10th May 2001, Keith went to see Eric perform at Newcastle Opera House. After the show, encouraged by his son Richard during an autograph session, Keith asked Eric if he liked Booker White’s music. After Eric responded that he was a big fan, Keith told him about the guitar and would be happy to show it to him the next morning if he’d like. The following day, Eric and Keith met and in awe of the instrument Eric explained “I can feel a song coming on”. This was around the period that Eric wrote the song ‘Tell Riley’, which was a heartfelt tribute to B.B King written from the viewpoint of Booker White. Eric was honoured to be able to play a guitar that was Booker’s main instrument and that B.B King had described as a Holy Relic. Before parting Eric mentioned to Keith that he would like to come back and record with the guitar and that they should keep in touch. Five years later, on 14th October 2006, Eric was performing at The Sage, Gateshead and met with Keith the next day to reacquaint himself with the guitar. He told Keith that he would like to write a song about the guitar and again come back and record with it. It was a further two years before work would commence on the project. On Monday 1st September 2008 a session was booked at Broadwater Studios, Gateshead, for the recording to take place of Eric’s tribute, simply entitled ‘Booker’s Guitar’. Eric had already sent Keith a demo recording of the track as well as hand-written lyrics to sit in the case with the guitar. The song was recorded in six takes and became the opening track of what inspired an entire album - ‘Booker’s Guitar’. The album was released on 26th January 2010. Keith was delighted that Eric had chosen one of his images for the cover. The album went on to achieve critical acclaim and worldwide success, most notably, Best Blues Album in Downbeat’s 58th Annual Critics Poll. On 3rd May 2010, Eric recorded a video short at The Sage, Gateshead. The video shows Eric playing and talking about the guitar and can be seen online via - https://vimeo.com/87030985

The Guitar

Booker’s Hard Rock is a 1933 National Duolian, a unique transitional model which featured the larger body and ‘rolled in’ f-holes that are found on subsequent smaller Nationals made from 1934 onwards. The serial number (C7074) confirms Hard Rock as a 1933 model, even though production of this particular instrument continued well into 1934. This short-lived transitional model, which combines the best of previous and subsequent models makes the ‘33s the most desirable of the Duolian model.

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Open head stamped ‘National Duolian’ to the face. Heart and sunray charms, that were added by Booker. The tip of the head stamped ‘ C7094, Made in USA, PAT. 806756, Other PAT Pend’

19 fret fingerboard, significant wear in places to both board and frets. Some of this wear was caused by Booker when he would slap the guitar at both ends. A technique he called ‘Spanking the baby’. Brownie McGhee recalled that he did it to “impress the ladies”. Body – Original crystalline-grey “frosted Duco” finish striped and re-chromed. Carried out by Booker in 1972 as he wanted the guitar to “shine like new”. Various dings and tarnishing. The side of body bearing Booker’s original set list, still intact and held on with Scotch-tape. BP* - Buyer's Premium of 24% inclusive of VAT @ 20%.

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Provenance

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A hand-written letter from Booker White to Keith Perry, dated 23rd October 1973, thanking Keith for the pictures and wishing him well, stating that he is looking forward to seeing him again in the future. Original envelope included.

A hand-written letter from Booker White to Keith Perry, dated 11th December 1973, thanking Keith for the tape recordings and wishing him a Merry Christmas and New year. Original envelope included. A hand-written letter from Booker White to Keith Perry, dated 10th May 1976, anxious to hear news that the guitar had landed safely in the UK. Original envelope included.

British Airways import shipping documents, dated 21st May 1976. Together with a business card for ‘James E. Greene, Jr., Alexander Exports, Memphis, Tennessee, USA.

Eric Bibb’s hand-written lyrics for ‘Booker’s Guitar’, gifted to Keith Perry to thank him for the use of Hard Rock and inspiration it gave him.

Two photographs of Booker taken by Keith Perry at Newcastle City Hall in 1967. One on stage and the other backstage Photographs of B.B King playing the guitar, taken by Keith in 1984. A copy image taken from B.B King’s autobiography, depicting King with Hard Rock is also supplied. An image of Booker White holding Hard Rock. This was taken just before he sent the guitar over to Keith and depicts Booker’s final farewell with the guitar.

Photographs of Mark Knopfler playing the guitar in 2001. Taken by Keith and used in the media. Two newspaper cuttings are also included. Photographs of Mark and David Knopfler with the guitar, taken by Keith, circa 1978. Photographs of Bill Wyman holding the guitar in 1999. Taken by Keith Perry at Lordenshaws, Northumberland National Park. Also included is a Northumberland National Park pamphlet bearing Bill Wyman’s autograph

Photographs of Brian Johnson (AC/DC) playing Hard Rock, taken by Keith Perry at his home.

Photographs of Don McLean playing Hard Rock at Newcastle City Hall. Taken by Keith Perry in 1980. Photographs of Booker White and Brownie McGhee. Taken by Keith Perry at the Sunderland Empire in 1970

Photographs of Lonnie Donegan and Hard Rock. Taken by Keith Perry at Hardwick Hall in 2002. Selection of photographs of Eric Bibb and Hard Rock. Taken by Keith Perry during various meetings. Photographs of David Ginola, ex footballer and long time fan of the blues. Taken by Keith Perry in 1995. Also included is a Sun newspaper clipping which used the photograph. Photographs of Dave Stewart and Siobhan Fahey with Hard Rock. Taken by Keith Perry in 1992.

Photographs of Derek Trucks with Hard Rock. Taken by Keith Perry at Newcastle Academy in 2009.

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Peter Daniels – ‘The Legend of Booker’s Guitar’, paperback, 2014. Peter Daniels wrote this in-depth book to document the entire history of Booker White and his career, Hard Rock and how it came into the hands of Keith Perry, and the story that followed up to the release of Eric Bibb’s ‘Booker’s Guitar’. Peter Daniels is a good friend of Keith Perry. B.B King with David Ritz – ‘B.B King, the Autobiography, Blues All Around Me’, hardback, 1996. This is the autobiography that includes Keith’s picture of B.B King with Hard Rock. Personally signed “To Keith, all the best to you, B.B King. Charles Sawyer – ‘The Arrival of B.B King’, paperback, 1980. Personally signed “To Keith, thank-you, B.B King, Booker” Keith Perry’s backstage pass to a B.B King concert. A CD album of ‘Booker’s Guitar’ by Eric Bibb.

Vintage Guitar Magazine, Volume 30, number 11, September 2016. Featuring Hard Rock, pages 92 – 95.

Guitarist Magazine, April 2010, Featuring Eric Bibb and Hard Rock, pages 60 – 63.

Acoustic Magazine, May 2010. Cover story featuring Eric Bibb and Hard Rock, pages 26 – 30.

Properganda Magazine, Issue 15, 2010. Review of ‘Booker’s Guitar’, page 4. Downbeat Magazine, 58th Annual Critics Poll, August 2010. Eric Bibb’s ‘Booker’s Guitar tops the critic’s list of Blues albums.

Guitarist Magazine, August 2015. Featuring Hard Rock, pages 88–93. Guitarist Magazine present ‘100 Great Guitars, 2017 Edition’, page 162 & 163. No. 72, National Resonator. Featuring an image of Hard Rock.

Guitarist Magazine presents ‘Original Historic Hardware - 66 Guitars That Made History’. Featuring Hard Rock, pages 18 – 23.

Guitarist Magazine presents ‘Buy & Play The Acoustic Guitar’. Featuring Eric Bibb, pages 92 – 96. The feature mentions Hard Rock.

Guitarist Magazine presents ‘Blues – The Blues Player’s quarterly’, winter 2016 edition. Featuring Hard Rock, pages 102 – 109.


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132 132. Johnny Marr (The Smiths) - Fender Bandmaster guitar amplifier, made in USA, circa 1960, no. S03557

*Purchased by the vendor through Johnny Marr's guitar tech, Richard Henry, in March 2012. Sold with a signed letter of provenance stating 'This Fender Bandmaster amp (S03557#) has been mine since 1986 and was used on The Queen is Dead & Strangeways Here We Come as well as other subsequent recordings here and there...all the best Johnny Marr, March 2012'. Also accompanied with two photographs of Johnny Marr stood with the amp £10000-15000

127. Mick Ralphs - 1986 Fender Esquire electric guitar, made in Japan; finish: blonde, various blemishes; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working, typical Mick Ralphs circuitry modifications; Hardware: generally good, front of scratchplate painted black and centre-edge screw hold filled; Case: oblong hardcase; Overall condition: good

* Bearing Mick Ralphs’ autograph to the back of the head. Also inscribed underneath the scratchplate "Property of Mick Ralphs, Bad Company, P**s off!". Purchased through Charlie Chandler's Guitar Experience in 2018, via a collector who has owned a number of ex Mick Ralphs guitars £2000-3000

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128. Dr Feelgood/Wilko Johnson - Tommy the Triumph PA unit, used by Dr Feelgood for all early performances from circa 1971, bearing a 'Feelgood' stencil and hand signed by Wilko Johnson * Ex lot 306 - Stacey's Auctioneers (30th September 2017)

**Recently autographed by Wilko Johnson at a Rough Trade signing event in Nottingham. An image documenting this is available. The vendor has stated that, when Wilko was presented with the unit, he said 'It's nice to see an old friend' £400-600`


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129. Alex Cooper (Katrina & the Waves) 1955 Gibson J160E electro-acoustic guitar, made in USA, no. W5063; Finish: sunburst, play wear to the table, lacquer checking and other blemishes, back and sides with similar wear, hairline cracking to the back; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: visible dent wear; Hardware: generally good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: fair *Sold on behalf of Alex Cooper of Katrina & the Waves. Case bearing a Swiis-Air luggage label inscribed with a band-related address *Sold with CITES A10 certificate £3000-4000

130. Alex Cooper (Katrina & the Waves) - 1994 Marshall JCM900 100W high gain dual reverb guitar amplifier head, made in England, ser. no. 946896828 *Sold on behalf of Alex Cooper of Katrina & the Waves. £400-600

131. Rolling Stones - autographed Yamaha FG-260 twelve string acoustic guitar, signed by Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Mick Taylor to the front *All autographs obtained on the 12th of July 2013 before the Rolling Stones played their Hyde Park gig with Mick Taylor as a special guest. The vendor caught Mick Taylor in the Chelsea Harbour Hotel lobby just after breakfast and later obtaining Keith Richards' and Ronnie Wood's signatures outside the Corinthia Hotel as they headed into their waiting taxi £800-1200 132. See left

133. Jimi Hendrix - high quality test pressing 'white on black' of the 1967 Gered Mankowitz photograph of Jimi Hendrix taken in Mason's Yard Studios, London

*The process used for this pressing is the opposite of normal black ink on white background which gives an almost 3D quality. This is one of four trial pictures made by the screen printer £80-120 134. Set of three Spinal Tap figures of Nigel Tufnell, David St Hubbins and Derek Smalls, complete with all accessories and in original unopened boxes (3) £40-80

135. Genesis Publications - Faces limited edition hardback book, signed by Ronnie Wood, Kenny Jones and Ian McLagan, complete with original outer cardboard delivery box £250-350 136. Genesis Publications - Eric Clapton 'Six String Stories', hardback book within original soft bag, mint condition and complete with original cardboard delivery box £350-450

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137. Rod Stewart - guitar capo owned by Rod Stewart from his teenage years, within a presentation frame

* Obtained by the vendor from Gary Leport, who played guitar with Rod in the early days. Sold with a signed document from Gary Leport stating 'In the early '60s, I had occasion to lend Rod Stewart a guitar case, as he had purchased a flat top acoustic guitar from Ivor Mairants shop, but without a case. After some time, as I needed the case, it was returned to me. The case was then put away, as I did not use it after all. At this later stage, I found Rod's capo in the case. I remember him using it, in the back yard of his home in Archway Road which was a tobacconist's shop, now no longer in existence. Rod was well into folk at the time and admired Woody Guthrie and Ramblin' Jack Elliot £60-100

129 138. Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols) - autographed 'Pretty Vacant' poster, signed by Glen Matlock in gold pen to the lower right corner, with certificate of authenticity; also TV Smith and Gaye Advert (The Adverts) autographed 'Gary Gilmore's Eyes' poster, signed by both TV Smith and Gaye Advert to each corner in black pen, with certificate of authenticity (2) £60-100 139. Bob Dylan - black and yellow screen print poster, circa 1968, 20" x 30" £150-250 140. Jimi Hendrix - framed autograph in blue pen 'Jimi Hendrix, 1969', below orange figures doodled in blue pen and inscribed 'Woodstock, 1969' *In 1987, the vendor placed an advert in Record Collector magazine for Jimi Hendrix memorabilia and was offered this autograph. The original owner obtained the autograph in New York when Hendrix was walking through the village with female company and happily signed it for him. The Woodstock section was added because the film had just been released £1000-2000

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142 141. Mick Jagger - rare 'Lord Kitchener's Valet' colour poster, circa 1969, 27.5" x 23.5" aprox £150-250 142. Jimi Hendrix - 'Blue Jimi', original poster by Waldemar Swierzy, 38" x 26.25" approx £600-800 143. Jimi Hendrix - rare Sparekassen Bank advertising poster, circa 1972, designed by Waldemar Swiersky, 37.5" x 24.5" approx £400-600

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143 144. Bob Dylan - black and white poster picture, circa 1968, depicting Bob Dylan holding a Fender Jazz bass with his harmonica brace round his neck, 20" x 30" £150-250 145. Led Zeppelin - autographed 'Remasters' four track CD sampler, signed by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant to the front £50-100 146-200 NO LOT


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201. 2015 Gibson Midtown Standard semi hollow body electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 15xxxxx76; Finish: Pelham blue; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £500-700

202. 2000 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe limited edition 30th Anniversary electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 0xxx0xx1; Finish: wine red, minor dings to the back; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £1000-1500

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203. 2008 Gibson SG Standard electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 0xxx8xxx9; Finish: cherry red; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £600-800

204. Dynelectron long horn bass guitar, made in Italy; Finish: gold burst, various blemishes to the edges; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: fibreboard hard case; Overall condition: good £150-250

205. Vox Phantom electric guitar; Finish: black, wear including blemishes, lacquer cracks and other surface scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, controls replaced, missing logos; Case: old wooden hard case; Overall condition: fair £400-600


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206. 1964 Hofner Verithin Bigsby hollow body electric guitar, made in Germany, ser. no. 2xx7; Finish: red, lacquer checking, small blemishes and other minor marks; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: indent wear up to the sixth fret; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: Epiphone hard case; Overall condition: good £500-700 207. 1963 Hofner Verithin Bigsby hollow body electric guitar, made in Germany, ser. no. 1xx7; Finish: red, various blemishes and other marks; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: in need of attention; Hardware: good; Case: Epiphone hard case; Overall condition: good £400-600 208. 1965 Hofner Committee bass guitar in need of restoration, gig bag £200-400

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209. 2004 Burns Hank Marvin 40th Anniversary electric guitar; Finish: white; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case with certificate of authenticity and accessories; Overall condition: good £600-800

210. 1989 Fender Custom Shop limited edition Custom Telecaster electric guitar, made in USA, signed internally by master builders Fred Stuart and Scott Grant, no. 019 of 300; Finish: sunburst; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good, although some corrosion to first position needs cleaning; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £3000-4000

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211. 2006 C.F. Martin & Co D-35 Johnny Cash Commemorative Edition electro-acoustic guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 1xxxx0, label hand signed by both John Carter Cash and C.F. Martin IV; Finish: black, minor lacquer checking, mild play wear and other minor marks; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: require cleaning due to some corrosion; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case with serial number tag; Overall condition: good £2500-3500 212. 1968 Gibson ES-335 TD-12 semi hollow body electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 9xxxx6; Finish: sunburst, very good for age; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: fitted Guild hard case; Overall condition: good £1800-2200 213. 1992 Gibson Les Paul Studio electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 9xxx2xx5; Finish: sunburst, lacquer checking, light buckle marks to back, other minor blemishes; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: minor indent wear to first position; Electrics: working; Hardware: original stop bar removed and Bigsby vibrato installed; Case: Gibson hard case; Overall condition: good £500-700

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214. 2003 Alden Taurus baritone electric guitar, made in China, 28" scale; Finish: satin black; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: original and working, three P90 style single coil pickups; Hardware: good; Case: Thomann hard case: Overall condition: excellent *Prototype example, unavailable in the UK. Single owner from new £200-300

215. 1985 Gibson Alpha Q-300 electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 81135636; Finish: red, minor blemishes and age-related lacquer checking; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working, three HP90 single coil pickups, tone choke added by previous owner (for acoustic tonality) but easily removable if required; Hardware: good; Case: Kinsman hard case: Overall condition: good

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216. 2003 Jay Turser Taurus baritone electric guitar, made in China, ser. no. 30603, 28" scale; Finish: two-tone sunburst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: original and working; Hardware: good; Case: Thomann hard case; Overall condition: excellent

218. 1991 PRS EG-3 electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 151224; Finish: burgundy mist (rare non-catalogue colour), minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: original and working, three single coils; Hardware: good; Case: optional PRS hard case; Overall condition: good £700-800

217. 1990 PRS EG-4 electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 050121; Finish: sea foam green (rare non-catalogue colour); Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working, two single coils and one humbucker pickup, circuitry modifications by previous owner including rewire for extra coil selections and tone choke added (for acoustic tonality), all easily reversible if required; Hardware: good; Case: optional PRS hard case; Overall condition: very good £700-800

219. 1993 PRS EG2 electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 352517; Finish: scarlet sunburst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: original and working, two Lindy Fralin single coils and one PRS humbucker pickup; Hardware: good; Case: PRS hard case; Overall condition: very good £700-800

*Unavailable in the UK. Single owner from new £200-300

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220. 1997 PRS CE24 maple top electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 7CE16397; Finish: emerald green wrap 'round burst, minor blemishes and scratches, vintage style pinup sticker on front (easily removable); Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: original and working, two PRS humbucker pickups; Hardware: good; Case: PRS hard case; Overall condition: good £750-850 221. 1998 Samick MFN-130 electric guitar, made in Korea; Finish: blue burst; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: original and working, three P90 style single coils; Hardware: good; Case: hard case; Overall condition: very good *Special order example, unavailable in the UK. Single owner from new £250-350

222. 2010 SBI PSP-VA electric guitar, made in Korea; Finish: translucent green; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: original and working, two P90 style single coils and one standard single coil, built-in preamp; Hardware: good, tuners and control knobs upgrade, originals included; Case: hard case: Overall condition: excellent

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225 223. 1982 Veillette-Citron Shark baritone electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 478; Finish: blue burst, minor imperfections and scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: original and working, two custom single coils; Hardware: good; Case: original Veillette-Citron hard case; Overall condition: good *No more than fifteen made. Single owner from new. Actual example pictured in The Ultimate Guitar Book £1000-1500

224. 1994 Fender Pawn Shop Series Mustang Special electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. T01xx45; Finish: candy apple red; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: Fender gig bag; Overall condition: good £450-550

225. 1980s Stefan Sobell archtop acoustic guitar, made in Hexham, Northumberland; Back and sides: East Indian rosewood, minor surface marks; Top: natural spruce, generally good, mild play wear; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Case: good quality hard case; Overall condition: good £2000-3000


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226. ABM Custom 2 pedal steel guitar comprising two ten string boards, eight foot pedals and five knee levers; together with a selection of related items including a Goodrich Match-Bro tone box, an Ernie Ball VP Junior expression pedal, a selection of VHS tutorial videos, selection of sheet music, hard case £1500-2500 227. 2006 Taylor T5-C hollow body electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 2006xxxxx01; Finish: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £1000-1200 228. 2008 Ben Crowe (Crimson Guitars) hollow body archtop guitar, made in England; Finish: dark three-tone sunburst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working, Bartolini floating neck pickup; Hardware: good; Case: Gibson moulded hard case; Overall condition: good £800-1200

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226 229. Fender Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, circa 1979; Finish: originally black, factory paint imperfection which has caused the guitar to change to a blue colour round the edges, lacquer checking/cracking and other blemishes; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: fitted period hard case; Overall condition: good £800-1200 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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230. 1989 Martin D-28P acoustic guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 4xxxx6; Finish: Indian rosewood; Top: minor lacquer imperfections; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good ÂŁ1500-2000

231 231. Interesting 1932 Selmer 'Maccaferri' Orchestra tenor guitar and tenor banjo, made in France, circa 1932

The guitar - with internal resonator labelled Orchestra Model with serial number 157, Maccaferri Patent number 10431 to the head; Back and sides: Indian rosewood, various surface scrapes but generally good for the age; Table: varnished spruce, some hairlines showing but generally good for age; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: very good for age

The banjo - birds eye maple ring with rosewood veneer, seventeen fret ebony fingerboard, typical Selmer tenor guitar type head, 12" diameter skin and 21" scale, original hard case

*Recently sourced from the original owner's family. The father is believed to have had the banjo specially made by Selmer as a pairing for the tenor guitar. The guitar itself is a rarity with the internal hole resonator and to have survived in this condition as an original unconverted tenor instrument. The banjo is extremely rare with very little information available to suggest that Selmer even made banjos in this period ÂŁ10000-15000

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232. Eko Cobra XII twelve string electric guitar, made in Italy, ser. no. 3xxxx8; Finish: white, lacquer cracks, further minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: damage to pickguard; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: good £100-200

233. 1964 Gibson EB2 semi hollow body bass guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 6xxx0; Finish: sunburst, typical wear to include lacquer checking, surface buckle rash and other various blemishes, some evidence of over-spray; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: refret, indent wear; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Other: minor neck repair; Overall condition: fair *Sold with CITES A10 certificate £1500-2000

234. 1960s Eko 290 Barracuda electric guitar, made in Italy, ser. no. 5xxx3; Finish: tan burst, lacquer imperfections in the head area; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Overall condition: good £250-350

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235. 1953 Gibson L7 acoustic archtop guitar, made in USA, ser. no. A1xxx5; Finish: sunburst, refinish; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: wear to frets, refret; Hardware: replaced nut, replaced tuners, replaced pickguard; Other: label doctored and inscribed 'L5'; Case: later Gibson hard case; Overall condition: fair *Sold with CITES A10 certificate no. 574801/01 £1000-1500

236. 1963 Fender Jaguar electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. L1xxx9; Finish: three-tone sunburst, heavy wear including lacquer checking, large blemishes, buckle rash etc; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: mild wear; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Other: truss rod adjustment issues need addressing; Overall condition: fair *Sold with CITES A10 certificate no. 573345/01 £2000-3000

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237. 1965 Hofner Ambassador hollow body electric guitar, made in Germany, ser. no. 1x7; Finish: brunette, minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: in need of attention; Hardware: good; Case: hard case; Overall condition: fair £400-600 238. 1930s Regal tenor guitar, original hard case £300-500 239. 2005 Gibson Memphis ES335 semi hollow body electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 0xxx5xx2; Finish: matt cherry; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, require cleaning; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £1000-1500

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240. 2004 Gibson Les Paul limited run electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 0xxx4xx3; Finish: black cherry; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good: Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good *Limited edition run of 275, these guitars were made with AAA maple tops, ebony fretboards and fitted with Burstbucker pickups £1000-1500 241. 1991 Fender American Standard Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. N1xxxx65; Finish: candy apple red, minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £550-750

242. 1999 Fender American Vintage Reissue '57 Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. V1xxxx8; Finish: Fiesta red, blemishes to the back; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £700-1000


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243. 2001 Fender American Vintage Reissue '57 Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. V1xxxx5; Finish: Dakota red; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good, protective plastic film still intact on scratchplate; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: very good £700-1000

244. 2000 Fender Custom Shop '56 Stratocaster NOS electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. R5xx0; Finish: Fiesta red, blemishes to the back, minor lacquer checking; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case with certificate of authenticity and accessories; Overall condition: good £1400-1800

245. 2000 Fender Custom Shop '63 Telecaster NOS electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. R7xx9; Finish: metallic blue; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case with certificate of authenticity and accessories; Overall condition: good £1200-1800

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246. 1993 Fender Custom Shop '54 Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. V0xxxx5; Finish: two-tone sunburst; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case with certificate of authenticity; Overall condition: good £1400-1800

247. 2003 Fender Stratocaster electric guitar, made in Mexico, ser. no. MZ3xxxx57; Finish: sunburst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Case: Gator hard case; Overall condition: good £200-400

248. Fender Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, circa 1979, ser. no. S9xxxx9; Finish: black refinish, some rubbing to edges, other imperfections; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good, refret; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: later Fender hard case; Overall condition: fair £600-800

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249. 2005 C.F. Martin & Co Special Edition SPD-16K2 acoustic guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 10xxx79; Body: koa; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: very good £1200-1800 250. 1997 C.F. Martin & Co HD-28 acoustic guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 60xx31; Back and sides: Indian rosewood; Table: spruce; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £1000-1500

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251. Takamine F-360S acoustic guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 81xxxx59; Back and sides: rosewood, various surface marks; Table: spruce, various blemishes and marks; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, minor indent wear to first position; Electrics: working; Case: hard case; Overall condition: good £300-500 252. Kramer 450B bass guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 0xxx2; Finish: white, lacquer cracks and other blemishes and scratches; Fretboard: ebonol; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, replaced control knobs; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: fair *White was not a factory finish. It is thought that this could be the only factory white example produced as a special custom order £450-550

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253. 1966 Fender Duo Sonic II electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 1xxxx0; Finish: metallic blue, refinish, various blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, refret; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £600-800

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254. 1998 Andy Manson archtop guitar, made in Devon, England, ser. no. 98xx10; Finish: sunburst; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Hardware: good; Case: Calton hard case; Overall condition: very good £2500-3500

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255. 1996 Andy Manson seven string archtop guitar, made in Devon, ser. no. 96xx23; Finish: natural; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working, Kent Armstrong neck pickup and Piezo bridge pickup; Hardware: good; Case: Calton hard case; Overall condition: good £2000-3000

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256. 1988 Andy Manson Magpie acoustic guitar, made in Devon, ser. no. 88xx26; Back and sides: rosewood, minor surface marks; Table: natural, lacquer checking and other blemishes; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working, LR Baggs pickup; Case: fitted hard case; Overall condition: good £2200-2800

257. Mid 1930s National Duolian resonator guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 7x9; Finish: metallic blue, rubbed through to base metal in many areas; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good, refret; Other: action currently set very high; Case: contemporary hard case; Overall condition: good £1200-1800

258 258. Gibson L-7 acoustic archtop guitar, made in USA, circa 1936, ser. no. 9xxx2; Finish: sunburst, some over-lacquer, lacquer checking, heavy scuffs and other blemishes, hairline crack to treble side rib, large crack running along the upper bout rib and through the neck join (in need of restoration); Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, although indent wear to first position; Hardware: generally good; Case: hard case; Overall condition: in need of restoration *This guitar bears double trapeze inlays which is unusual for this model/year £1000-2000

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259. 1966 Gibson LG-0 acoustic guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 8xxxx4; Back and sides: mahogany, heavy checking and other blemishes; Table: natural mahogany, heavy checking and blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Case: semi rigid hard case; Overall condition: fair £400-600 260. 1930s Gibson TG-00 acoustic tenor guitar, made in USA; Finish: sunburst, lacquer checking, various blemishes and other scrapes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Hardware: good; Case: semi rigid hard case; Overall condition: good £1000-2000 261. 1970s Yamaha FG-160E electro-acoustic guitar, made in Japan; Back and sides: mahogany, various minor dings and blemishes; Table: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Case: hard case; Overall condition: good £150-250

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261 262. 1970s Yamaha FG-260 twelve string acoustic guitar, made in Japan; Back and sides: mahogany, minor blemishes; Table: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Case: Just In Case hard case; Overall condition: good £150-250

263. 1970s Yamaha FG-150 red label acoustic guitar, made in Japan; Back and sides: mahogany, various blemishes, two holes to the bass side of the neck heel; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Case: semi rigid hard case; Overall condition: fair £150-250 264. Tokai Cat's Eyes CE-350ST acoustic guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 35xxx96; Back and sides: rosewood; Table: tobacco burst; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Case: hard case; Overall condition: good £100-200

265. Antoria acoustic guitar; Back and sides: rosewood, various blemishes; Table: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Case: moulded hard case; Overall condition: good £80-120 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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266. Sigma Guitars 00018 style acoustic guitar; Back and sides: mahogany, various surface scuffs; Table: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good but require cleaning; Case: Tour Grade hard case; Overall condition: good £100-200 267. 1960s Kay P-3 acoustic archtop guitar, made in USA; Finish: red, lacquer checking scuffs and other minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Case: hard case; Overall condition: good £150-250

268. Sigma for C.F. Martin & Co SDR-41 acoustic guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. 94xxx22; Back and sides: rosewood; Table: natural; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Case: Hiscox hard case; Overall condition: good £200-400

269. 1960s Harmony Stella H912 twelve string acoustic guitar, made in USA; Finish: sunburst, various scuffs and blemishes; Fretboard: stained maple; Frets: good; Hardware: generally good; Case: semi rigid fibreboard case; Overall condition: fair £100-200

270. 1960s Harmony H1143 acoustic guitar, made in USA; Finish: sunburst, various blemishes and scuffs; Fretboard: ebonised; Frets: generally good; Hardware: lower E bridge pin damaged, bridge requires replacing, bridge plate pulling away from body; Overall condition: in need of attention £60-100

271. 1970s Yamaha FG-300 red label acoustic guitar, made in Japan; Back and sides: mahogany, various scratches and blemishes; Table: natural, heavy wear between the pickguard and bridge, bellying to the bridge and bridge plate leaning forward; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Hardware: missing strap buttons, upgraded Grover tuners; Case: Kinsman hard case; Overall condition: poor £150-250

272. Tokai Cats Eyes CE-280D acoustic guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 28xx65; Back and sides: mahogany; Table: natural; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: generally good; Case: semi rigid hard case; Other: action requires attention; Overall condition: good £100-200 273. Takeharu FT-150 acoustic guitar, made in Japan; Back and sides: mahogany, heavy scratches and scuffs; Table: natural, blemishes and play wear; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Case: contemporary C.F. Martin & Co hard case; Overall condition: fair £80-120

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274. 1960s Harmony H165 acoustic guitar, made in USA; Back and sides: mahogany, repaired splits to treble side upper bout ribs, various other minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Case: semi rigid hard case; Overall condition: fair £100-200

275. 1970s Jedson F907 acoustic guitar; Finish: various blemishes and scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: indent wear to first position; Case: contemporary C.F. Martin & Co hard case; Overall condition: good £80-120

276. 1970s Yamaha FG-150 red label acoustic guitar, made in Japan; Back and sides: mahogany, heavy scratches and other blemishes; Table: natural, heavy play wear, empty screw holes; Fretboard: rosewood, minor wear to first position; Frets: generally good; Case: semi rigid hard case; Overall condition: fair £150-250

277. 1970s Yamaha FG-180 red label acoustic guitar, made in Japan; Back and sides: mahogany, many heavy scratches and blemishes; Table: natural, various scratches and blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, refret; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: fair £150-250

278. 1960s Harmony Stella H927 small body acoustic guitar, made in USA; Back and sides: walnut; Table: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: good £100-200 279. C.F. Martin Backpacker travel guitar, made in Mexico, gig bag £80-120

280. 1950s Kay resonator guitar, made in USA; Back and sides: mahogany, various scratches and blemishes; Table: natural, lacquer checking and various scratches/blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Other: action currently set up very high for slide; Case: semi rigid hard case; Overall condition: fair £150-250 281. 1970s Epiphone FT-120 acoustic guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 1xxxxx6; Back and sides: mahogany; Table: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Case: original semi rigid hard case; Overall condition: good £100-200

282. 1972 Kusuga KF-440 acoustic guitar, made in Japan; Back and sides: mahogany, minor surface imperfections; Table: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Case: semi rigid hard case; Overall condition: good £100-200


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283. 1959 Hofner President acoustic archtop guitar, made in Germany, ser. no. 5xx3; Finish: blond, various blemishes and scratches as to be expected for age; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Hardware: generally good, missing pickguard; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £200-400 284. Sigma Guitars for C.F. Martin & Co DR-4H acoustic guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. 89xxxx81; Back and sides: rosewood, minor surface scratches; Table: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Case: semi rigid hard case; Overall condition: good £150-250 285. 1970s Hummingbird Custom W-180 acoustic guitar by Tokai Gakki, made in Japan; Back and sides: mahogany, various surface scratches; Table: natural, various blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Overall condition: good £100-200 286. 1970s Shaftesbury 3192 acoustic guitar, made in Japan; Back and sides: rosewood, minor surface marks; Table: natural, minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Overall condition: good £100-200 287. Mid 20th century Kiso Fukushima acoustic archtop guitar, made in Japan; Finish: sunburst, heavy blemishes and marks, lacquer checking; Fretboard: ebonised; Frets: generally good; Hardware: generally good, missing pickguard; Overall condition: fair £200-300 288. 1970s Mountain W150 acoustic guitar, made in Japan; Back and sides: mahogany, various surface imperfections; Table: natural, various surface blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, minor indent wear to first position; Overall condition: good £80-120 289. 1950s Antoria archtop guitar, made in Germany; Finish: rose burst, lacquer checking and other imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good, refret; Hardware: replaced tuners; Overall condition: good for age £100-200 290. 1980s Squier by Fender Stratocaster electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. G0xxxx1; Finish: surf blue, a few minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £200-300

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291 291. Patrick Eggle LA Custom electric guitar; Finish: translucent red; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: Patrick Eggle gig bag; Overall condition: good £400-600

292. Patrick Eggle LA Custom electric guitar; Finish: natural, surface lacquer imperfections; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: Patrick Eggle gig bag; Overall condition: good £400-600

293. Peavey EVH Wolfgang Special electric guitar, ser. no. 02xxxx44; Finish: quilted red, blemishes, surface scratches, similar wear to back; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good; Hardware: generally good, missing switch tip; Case: oblong hard case; Overall condition: good £200-400

294. Framus Triumph upright electric stick bass, made in Germany; Finish: natural; Fingerboard: rosewood; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Other: repair to head; Overall condition: fair; together with a stand in carry case £350-450

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295. 1958 Hofner President electric archtop guitar, made in Germany, ser. no. 4xx1; Finish: brunette, lacquer checking and other minor scuffs; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: original hard case; Other: action requires attention; Overall condition; good for age £300-500 296. Voyage-Air folding travel guitar; Finish: blond, minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original carry-case; Overall condition: good £250-350 297. Patrick Eggle Berlin Stage electric guitar fitted with a Roland GK-2A midi pickup, ser. no. 6xx1; Finish: matt cherry; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £300-500

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298. 2016 Jon Perry Custom T-type electric guitar, made in Canada; Finish: zebra wood back and neck, curly koa top; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: hard case; Overall condition: good £800-1200

299. 1962 Gretsch Chet Atkins 6120 double-cutaway electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 4xxx4; Finish: orange, generally good for age with minor imperfections; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: generally good, mild wear to first position; Electrics: working; Hardware: split to pickguard, later Grover tuners installed; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £2000-3000

300. 1992 Ralph Bown 0M size acoustic guitar, made in England, no. 1x2; Back and sides: Indian rosewood; Table: natural spruce, repaired hairline to bass side of the upper bout; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: LR Baggs pickup in working order; Case: fitted hard case; Overall condition: good £2000-3000


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301. 2004 Crafter TA050/AM acoustic guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. 04xxxx66; Back and sides: rosewood; Table: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £150-250

302. 1979 Greco GO II electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. F79xx6; Finish: natural, various blemishes, burn mark left on the bass side of the table where a sticker once resided; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: Yamaha gig bag; Overall condition: good £200-400

303. Unbranded solid body neck through double cut electric guitar, with stained natural finish and rail humbucker pickups, gig bag £80-120

304. 1959 Hofner President hollow body electric guitar, made in Germany, ser. no. 5xx4; Finish: blond, stripped back, various blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: later bridge, later pickguard, tuner replacements; Other: neck to body restorations and refinishing; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: fair £200-400

305. Longworth Explorer style electric guitar, circa 2010; Finish: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: good £100-200 306. Spider novelty AK47 electric guitar, soft case ('sight' in need of restoration) £40-80

307. Musima Spezial hollow body electric guitar, made in Germany, circa 1962; Finish: red burst, various minor blemishes and surface scratches, restored crack to treble side of the top; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, missing pickguard, replaced tuners, replaced selector switch; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: fair £100-200

308. Small scale 'Maccaferri' style oval hole electro-acoustic jazz guitar; Back and sides: walnut, some lacquer imperfections; Table: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Case: hard case; Overall condition: good £70-100

309. Antoria Les Paul style electric guitar with snakeskin finish applied to the top, deterioration to the binding on the head, electrics in working order, other imperfections, soft bag; Overall Condition: fair £50-80

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302 310. 1975 Richard MacDuffie custom electric guitar; Finish: natural mahogany double cut body with birds eye maple centre stripe; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, tuner alterations; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £150-250 311. 1978 Ibanez PF100 electric guitar in need of restoration, made in Japan, ser. no. C78xxx6; Finish: sunburst, various heavy blemishes, buckle rash, table in need of attention (rising away from the binding near the jack position); Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, minor wear; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, replaced strap buttons; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: fair £80-120

312. 1979 Ibanez Musician Series MC300 electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. G79xxx1; Finish: walnut stained sides with natural maple centre stripe, various minor imperfections, lacquer imperfections around the input jack; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: generally good, minor indent wear; Electrics: intermittent (probably just switch cleaner required); Hardware: some loss to gold plating, generally good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £300-400 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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317. 1990s Trajik Custom Deluxe skeleton guitar; Finish: natural mahogany and maple; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £200-400

318. Keith Ray Custom skeleton guitar; Finish: black sparkle, case lining has adhered to finish in places; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: fair £100-200 319. 1986 Westone Thunder I-A electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 6xxxx83; Finish: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: good £100-200

320. Yamaha CJ-838SII acoustic guitar, made in China, circa 1981; Back and sides: rosewood, surface scratches and minor dings; Table: natural, minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £100-200

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313. 1950s hollow body electric guitar, probably by Hopf/Glazel; Finish: walnut burst, various minor imperfections including lacquer checking; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good for age £100-200

314. Geneve solid body electric guitar; Finish: natural; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working, Shadow humbucker pickup; Hardware: good; Case: Kinsman hard case; Overall condition: good £150-250 315. 1950s German archtop guitar with later Schaller neck pickup, replacement bridge, controls added to table and replacement tuners, gig bag; Overall condition: fair £80-120

316. Interesting early double neck pedal steel guitar, with DeArmond pickup and single pedal lever (legs and rods missing), electrics in need of attention; Overall condition: in need of attention £100-200

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321. 1980s Vantage Strat style electric guitar; Finish: black, various scratches and further blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £70-100

322. 1960s Eko X27 electric guitar, made in Italy; Finish: walnut, some lacquer cracks to the back; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: compressed foam hard case; Overall condition: good £100-200 323. Late 1970s Lincoln solid body electric guitar with upgraded Kent Armstrong pickups and hardware modifications, various imperfections to body, soft case £100-200

324. 1950s Rod Hoyer archtop guitar, made in Germany; Finish: blond, minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £100-200

325. 1980s Vantage DL-405 electric guitar; Finish: black, minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, typical loss to gold plating; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £80-120


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326. 1930s Del Oro resonator guitar currently set up for slide; Finish: sunburst, repaired cracks to table, various other imperfections as to be expected for age; Fretboard: ebonised maple; Frets: indent wear; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: fair £100-200 327. 1961 Hofner Verithin hollow body electric guitar, made in Germany, ser. no. 5x8; Finish: red, lacquer checking and other imperfections as expected for age; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: mild wear; Electrics: require attention, pickup covers painted black, replaced tuners; Hardware: replaced control panel; Case: Stagg gig bag; Overall condition: fair £300-400 328. 1950s Penzel archtop guitar with Ideal floating neck pickup, made in Germany; Finish: blond, lacquer checking and other minor imperfections; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, replaced tuners; Case: Yamaha gig bag; Overall condition: good £150-250

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332 329. OLP McSwain tin top electric guitar, made in China, ser. no. S05xxxx74; Finish: distressed industrial; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £80-120 330. 1980 Aria Pro II TS-600 electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 0xxxx4; Finish: natural, various minor imperfections; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, upgraded Graphtech saddles, typical loss to gold plating; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £200-400 331. 2004 Wolf Legend Series WKR130 electric guitar, made in Korea, Levy's leather gig bag; Overall condition: good £60-100

332. Maton Mayfair Grande archtop guitar, made in Australia, circa 1959; Finish: sunburst, various imperfections as expected for age including lacquer checking, various blemishes and scuffs; Fretboard: black bean; Frets: generally good; Hardware: generally good; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: fair £300-600 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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333. 1997 Thornton Caldwell acoustic guitar; Back and sides: rosewood; Table: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £200-400 334. 2003 Alien Custom guitar, made in Florida USA; Finish: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £80-120

335. 1980s Steinberger style electric guitar; Finish: faux rosewood Perspex body; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £80-120

336. 1980 Epiphone Genesis electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 00xx03; Finish: cherry red, many imperfections including buckle rash to the back, blemishes to the edges and other surface scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: fair £200-300

337. 1980s O'Keefe Tele style electric guitar; Finish: blue burst, various imperfections including blemishes and scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: fair £100-200 338. 2009 Ultima Stealth electric guitar; Finish: dark green/black stain; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: good £200-400

339. Olly Reeve solid body electric guitar; Finish: mocha stained maple top, minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: good £150-250 340. H&S 12/6 Strat type double neck electric guitar; Finish: black, heavy lacquer cracks, further blemishes; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: good £100-200

341. Late 1970s Satellite solid body electric guitar; Finish: walnut wings with maple through neck centre stripe, various imperfections including blemishes and surface scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: fair £50-80

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342. 1964 Hofner Verithin bass guitar, made in Germany, ser. no. 2x6; Finish: red, heavy buckle blemishes to the back, lacquer checking and other imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: bridge pickup in need of attention; Hardware: generally good, replaced strap buttons, replaced tuners; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: fair £400-600 343. Kawai KS12 electric guitar, made in Japan, circa 1980; Finish: natural mahogany, buckle rash to back, other minor blemishes and surface scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, minor wear; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £200-400 344. Kramer 350G electric guitar, circa 1978; Finish: walnut, lacquer blemishes and various surface scratches; Fretboard: ebonol; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, replaced control knob; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £300-500 345. California Explorer electric guitar; Finish: natural; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £100-200 346. 1983 Kawai Aquarius electric guitar, made in Japan; Finish: black, various blemishes, buckle rash and surface scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, indent wear to first position; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: fair £100-200 347. Frazer custom made violin guitar; Finish: brown varnish, various imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: require attention; Hardware: generally good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: fair £100-200 348. Late 1970s S.D. Curlee electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 2xx9; Finish: natural walnut, buckle rash, surface scratches and other minor blemishes; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: fair £100-200 349. EST electric guitar with offset body and eccentric head; Finish: amber burst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £100-200


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350. 1997 Lindert Skyline Custom electric guitar, made in USA; Finish: textured blue finish with some rubbing to edges; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £250-450

351. Custom build Strat style electric guitar comprising a 1980s Squier body, All Parts rosewood board neck, Klein Epic '69 pickups and Gotoh vintage bridge £200-400 352. Custom build Strat style electric guitar comprising a metallic blue finished Alder body, Warmoth rosewood board neck, Bare Knuckle Abraxas pickups and Callahan bridge £200-400

353. Ricki Style bass guitar; Finish: blue burst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: hard case; Overall condition: good £100-200 354. Skylark semi hollow body teardrop electric guitar, sunburst finish, bridge pickup requires attention, hard case £80-120

355. 2009 Squier by Fender Pro Tone Series Thinline Telecaster electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. K09xxxx96; Finish: translucent red, surface scratches; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good, minor indents to first position; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, typical loss to gold plating; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £80-120

356. Italia Monza electric guitar; Finish: gold sparkle; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original shipping box; Overall condition: good

*Supplied with additional amp pod £200-400

357. Burns Club Series Marquee electric guitar, ser. no. 20xxx11; Finish: blue; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £100-200 358. Vox Standard 25 electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 11xxx05; Finish: black, various surface imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, missing switch tip, missing top E tuner cover; Overall condition: good £60-100

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350 359. Skylark Ricki style twelve string hollow body electric guitar, tobacco burst finish, hard case £80-120 360. Danelectro '56 electric guitar, made in Korea; Finish: black; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £100-200 361. Danelectro Convertible reissue hollow body electric guitar, made in Korea; Finish: pink burst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £100-200 362. Two Tanglewood Strat style electric guitars, both with gig bag £80-120

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363. Tanglewood electro-acoustic guitar, ser. no. 6xxxx7; Finish: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Case: Hiscox hard case; Overall condition: good £100-200 364. 1980s Squier by Fender Silver Series Stratocaster electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. E6xxx92; Finish: Olympic white, various minor blemishes; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, upgraded Wilkinson bridge, damage to corner of back plate, upgraded string trees; Case: Fender Plus hard case; Overall condition: good £100-200

371. 1950s Harmony Roy Smeck H56 hollow body electric guitar in need of attention; Finish: blue sparkle, rippling to top; Fretboard: stained maple; Frets: generally good, refret; Electrics: working; Hardware: missing pickguard, replaced tailpiece; Other: rippling to table and various vacant holes; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: poor £100-200 372. 1930s Columbian Prefect archtop guitar, made in USA; Finish: sunburst, heavy wear including rubbing to the edges, scratches and other blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: indent wear; Hardware: generally good; Other: slight bow to neck; Overall condition: fair £80-120

365. 2014 Squier by Fender Telecaster Thinline electric guitar, made in Indonesia, ser. no. ICS14xxxx13; Finish: natural; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £150-200

373. 1970s Les Paul Recording copy electric guitar, probably by Kay; Finish: walnut, minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: minor wear; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: Fender gig bag; Overall condition: good £80-120

366. Yamaha APX-4-12A twelve string electro-acoustic guitar, made in Taiwan, ser. no. 6xxxxx9; Finish: minor surface blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: hard case; Overall condition: good £80-120

374. Gould Reverse Firebird style electric guitar, made in China; Finish: sunburst, various blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £60-100

367. Wechter model 5713 acoustic guitar, made in China, ser. no. 1xxx8; Back and sides: rosewood; Top: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, minor wear to first position; Case: original gig bag; Overall condition: good £200-400

375. Enigma Telecaster style electric guitar; Finish: black, various surface scratches and other minor imperfections; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, typical loss to gold plating; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £60-100

368. Tanglewood TSB59 semi hollow body electric guitar, ser. no. 12xxxxxx21; Finish: black, various surface scratches and minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £100-200

376. 1970s unbranded hollow body electric guitar; Finish: tobacco burst, rubbing to the edges and various minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working, although low/thin output coming from bridge pickup; Hardware: generally good, replaced tuners, stop bar removed and Bigsby branded vibrato installed; Case: hard case; Overall condition: fair £80-120

369. Blueridge hollow body jazz style electric guitar; Finish: sunburst, minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £80-120 370. Epiphone AJ-10 acoustic guitar, made in Indonesia; Finish: various blemishes to the edges and minor surface marks; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: good £60-100

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377. 1950s Melodija archtop guitar, made in Slovenia, with later Egmond floating pickup arrangement fitted; Finish: tobacco burst, various imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Overall condition: fair £80-120


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378. 2018 Andreas Montgomery Concert Custom acoustic guitar, made in Ireland, wedge type body - wider on the treble side, double walls and bevelled cutaway; Back and sides: stained maple; Table: cedar; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Case: Armourdillo compressed foam case; Overall condition: good £600-800 379. Mayson M1-C CE electro acoustic guitar; Back and sides: mahogany; Table: cedar; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Case: original gig bag; Overall condition: good £100-200 380. Ibanez AE450 electro-classical guitar, made in Japan; together with a Yamaha F310 acoustic guitar, soft case (2) £80-120 381. 1980s Washburn Force 2 electric guitar with various modifications including pink refinish, removed decal, replaced scratchplate, pickups and electrics, soft bag; Overall condition: fair £60-100

382. 1983 Washburn Force 2 electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 83xx32; Finish: translucent white, minor blemishes; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £100-200

383. 1982 Washburn Force 3 electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 82xx07; Finish: blond, refinished/oversprayed to the edges; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, replaced back plate; Overall condition: fair £100-200 384. 1980s Tokai Goldstar Sound electric guitar, made in Japan; Finish: black, heavy knocks and blemishes; Electrics: working, upgraded Wizard pickups; Hardware: mostly replaced; Case: oblong hard case; Overall condition: fair £200-400

385. 1980s Fenix by Young Chang electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. E7xxx08; Finish: metallic blue, various blemishes and scratches; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, loose fitting control knob; Case: fitted hard case; Overall condition: fair £80-120

386. 1980s Fenix by Young Chang Tele style electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. E7xxx22; Finish: butterscotch, various scratches and blemishes; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working, upgraded GFS Pro pickups; Hardware: good; Case: oblong hard case; Overall condition: good £80-120

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378 387. Aria Pro II TA40 hollow body electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. 6xxxxx4; Finish: Welsh flag design; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: hard case; Overall condition: good £100-200 388. Freshman FA1TRAVLTD electro-acoustic travel guitar; Back and sides: maple; Table: spruce, ding to the edge of the lower bout; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Overall condition: good £50-80 389. Tanglewood Rebel 4K bass guitar; together with a Tanglewood TW28ST acoustic guitar (2) £60-100 390. Hardboard Guitar Company by Felix Byrne acoustic guitar, no. 0080316-AS £70-100

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391. Two Aria shortscale guitars with built-in amplifiers, each with gig bag (both at fault) £30-60 392. Jackson Dinky electric guitar in need of attention; Finish: metallic blue, bridge and locking mechanism requires fixing, some spare parts included £80-120 393. The Traveller Pro Series travel guitar, gig bag £80-120 394. Fernandes Nomad guitar, made in Taiwan, Union Jack finish, electrics working, original gig bag £60-100 395. Rhino Strat style electric guitar in tired condition; together with another Strat style electric guitar with custom Superman finish (2) £60-100 396. Eko Ranger 6 acoustic guitar; together with an Encore ENC2 electroacoustic guitar (2) £80-120 397. Epiphone Les Paul Special electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. J98xxxx17; Finish: two-tone sunburst, various blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, minor indent wear to first position; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, replaced strap button; Overall condition: fair £50-80 398. Tanglewood five string bass guitar, made in Korea; Finish: two-tone tobacco burst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £50-80 399. Tanglewood TW55A fretless electro-acoustic bass guitar; Back and sides: mahogany; Table: natural; Fretboard: ebony; Electrics: working; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £80-120

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400. Yamaha FG-512 II twelve string acoustic guitar, made in Taiwan, finish with many blemishes, surface marks and general play wear; together with Yamaha FG-75 acoustic guitar, made in Taiwan, semi rigid hard case (2) £100-200 401. 1970s Yamaha FG-180 red label acoustic guitar, made in Japan; Back and sides: mahogany, minor blemishes; Table: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, minor indent wear; Case: Takamine hard case; Overall condition: good £150-250 402. 1960s Rosetti Airstream 3 electric guitar; Finish: red, heavy loss to edges, heavy lacquer checking, various surface scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: refret, minor indent wear to first position; Electrics: intermittent; Hardware: generally good, damage to control knobs; Case: period fibreboard hard case; Overall condition: fair £80-120 403. 2005 Squier by Fender Esprit electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. KC05xxx17; Finish: black; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £150-250 404. 1999 Levinson Blade Texas Standard Pro electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 1xxxx4; Finish: surf blue, minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working, USA five-way selector switch fitted, volume and tone pots upgraded, orange capacitors fitted; Hardware: generally good; Overall condition: good £350-450 405. Alvarez Artist 5062 acoustic guitar; Back and sides: mahogany; Table: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Overall condition: good £150-250 406. Revelation RJT60TL electric guitar, ser. no. 02xxxx29; Finish: sunburst; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £100-200 407. Luna SAF MUS MAH travel guitar, gig bag £60-100


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408. Didier Lavillenie Vision electric guitar, made in France; Finish: walnut, minor dings; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: oblong hard case; Overall condition: good £400-600 409. Crafter Lite-D SP/N acoustic guitar, made in Korea, with graded stock stamp to label; Back and sides: mahogany; Table: natural spruce, two small splits to treble side; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Case: soft bag; Other: neck needs adjustments and currently has a back bow; Overall condition: fair £70-100

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410. 1980 Gibson J200 Artist acoustic guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 8xxx0xx4; Finish: natural, minor marks to back and sides, heavy play wear to table caused by a previous owner using metal finger picks; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: later fitted Fishman sound hole pickup; Hardware: good; Other: capo burn to tip of the head; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £1800-2200

411. C.F. Martin & Co 2 1/2 -18 'left-handed' acoustic guitar, made in New York, USA, circa 1860; Back and sides: Brazilian rosewood, typical wear expected for age; Table: spruce, usual age related wear, three hairline splits to the table; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: generally good; Case: Hiscox hard case; Overall condition: good for age £1500-2500

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412. Fylde Guitars Personal Selection 'Queen Victoria' Walnut Ariel lefthanded acoustic guitar, made in England, ser. no. 8xx3; Back and sides: walnut, light surface scratches; Table: cedar, various minor blemishes, applied hand cut pickguard; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Case: heavy duty hard case; Overall condition: good £1000-2000

413. Fylde Guitars Personal Selection Pink Ariel left-handed acoustic guitar, made in England, ser. no. 8xx2; Back and sides: pink ivory, lacquer imperfection; Table: Sinker redwood, slight bellying below the bridge; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Case: good quality hard case; Overall condition: good £1000-2000

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414. Fylde Guitars left-handed tenor guitar, made in England, ser. no. 8xx6; Back and sides: mahogany; Table: spruce; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Case: good quality gig bag; Overall condition: good £600-1000

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415. 2012 Patrick James Eggle left-handed Celtic parlour guitar, made in England; Back and sides: mahogany; Table: spruce; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Case: Hiscox hard case; Overall condition: good £1000-2000

416. 2014 Patrick James Eggle left-handed parlour acoustic guitar, made in England, ser. no. 1xxx4; Back and sides: mahogany; Table: red cedar; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Case: Hiscox hard case; Overall condition: good £1000-2000

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417. Brook Weaver acoustic guitar, made in Devon, England, ser. no. 6xxxx0; Table: natural; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Case: fitted hard case; Overall condition: good £1500-2000

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418. 1981 Fender Bullet electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. E1xxxx9; Finish: red, various imperfections and scratches; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working, bridge pickup replaced (original retained); Hardware: generally good, bubbling to pickguard; Case: original hard, owner's manual included; Overall condition: good £500-700 419. 1983 Squier by Fender SQ Series Stratocaster electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. Sq2xxx3; Finish: heavy lacquer cracking and blemishes; Fretboard: maple, heavily worn in places; Frets: refret, minor wear; Electrics: replaced DiMarzio humbucker pickup, working; Hardware: later scratchplate, missing back plate; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: fair £500-600

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420. 1953 C.F. Martin & Co 00-18 acoustic guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 1xxxx6; Back and sides: mahogany, various surface scratches and blemishes; Table: spruce, various minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, refret; Other: heavy lacquer wear to the face and headstock; Case: 1980s Martin hard case; Overall condition: good for age *Sold with CITES A10 certificate no. 577479/01 £2000-3000

421. 1969 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 8xxxx2; Finish: gold top, some checking, various minor blemishes, some pulling to binding in cutaway, some flaking to headstock face including the G on the logo, refinishing to back of neck and body/sides (carried out by Ivor Mairants in 1977, receipt included); Fretboard: rosewood, lifting to corner of fifth position marker; Frets: generally good, refret; Electrics: working, original mini humbuckers replaced with 1972 Gibson embossed humbucker pickups, cavities slightly enlarged to fit; Hardware: replaced nut, missing switch tip; Case: brown leather croc type hard case; Overall condition: fair £1500-2500


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422. 1993 Gibson '100 Years' J200 acoustic guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 9xxx3xx2; Finish: lacquer checking, particularly heavy to the sides, back of neck and head, other minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, minor indent wear; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £1500-2000 423. 2010 Epiphone Custom Shop limited edition Joe Bonamassa gold top Les Paul electric guitar, ser. no. 10xxxxx28; Finish: gold top, surface scratches to back; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case with Ernie Ball gold Joe Bonamassa guitar strap; Overall condition: good £300-500

424. Good Custom Build Stratocaster electric guitar using genuine Fender parts including a 2007 made in Mexico special edition maple board reversed headstock neck, black finish Fender Mexico body, Texas Blues pickups and grey pearloid scratchplate, 1980s Fender hard case; Overall condition: good £300-400

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425. 2005 Gibson SG faded electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 0xxx5xxx5; Finish: faded cherry; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working, Seymour Duncan Slash Alnico 2 pickups installed; Hardware: replaced tuners; Case: Spider hard case; Overall condition: good £300-500

426. 1990s Squier by Fender Telecaster electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. K1xxxx3; Finish: black, various surface scratches and blemishes; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working, upgraded Seymour Duncan pickups; Hardware: good; Case: Gewa hard case; Overall condition: good £200-300

427. Faith Eclipse Series Venus electro-acoustic guitar, made in Indonesia, ser. no. FS3/14xxxx78; Finish: black, minor blemishes and surface scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £300-400

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432. 1990s Fender Stratocaster electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. P0xxx80; Finish: candy apple red; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: hard case: Overall condition: good £300-500 433. 1980s Tokai Goldstar Sound electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. L3xxx5; Finish: sunburst, various surface imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Other: replaced decal; Case: Five Star Cases hard case; Overall condition: good £200-400 434. 2003 Fender Telecaster electric guitar, made in Mexico, ser. no. MZ3xxxx26; Finish: Olympic white; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: oblong hard case; Overall condition: good £200-400 435. Tokai Breezysound electric guitar, made in Japan; Finish: metallic blue; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: Freestyle hard case; Overall condition: good £200-400

428 428. Fender American vintage reissue Series-57 Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. V0xxxx2; Finish: Dakota red, refinish, lacquer checking; Fretboard: maple, wear to first position; Frets: generally good, minor indent wear to first position; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: Fender hard case; Overall condition: good £400-600 429. 1990s Fernandes LE-2 electric guitar, made in Japan; Finish: gold; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: Studio Logic flight case; Overall condition: good £200-400

430. 1980s Tokai Goldstar Sound electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. L1xxxx6; Finish: black, minor surface scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: SKB hard case; Overall condition: good £200-400

431. 2006 Fender Deluxe Series Nashville Telecaster electric guitar, made in Mexico, ser. no. MZ5xxxx07; Finish: sunburst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Case: MJS hard case; Overall condition: good £200-400

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436. 2003 Tribute by G & L Asat Classic electric guitar, ser. no. 03xxxx54; Finish: natural; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: oblong hard case; Overall condition: good £100-200 437. 1998 Fender Stratocaster electric guitar, made in Mexico, ser. no. MN8xxxx97; Finish: Burgundy Mist; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: oblong hard case; Overall condition: good £200-400 438. 2002 Fender Thinline Telecaster electric guitar, made in Mexico, ser. no. MZ2xxx37; Finish: blue metallic; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working, Seymour Duncan pickups; Hardware: good; Case: oblong hard case; Overall condition: good £200-400 439. 1980s Tokai Breezysound electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 2xxx6; Finish: three-tone sunburst, various blemishes particularly to the edges; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, indent wear to first position; Electrics: working, humbucker pickup modification to neck position; Hardware: generally good; Case: oblong hard case; Overall condition: good £200-400


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442 440. 2004 Fender Esquire electric guitar, made in Mexico, ser. no. MZ4xxxx31; Finish: see-through blond; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: Powerflex hard case; Overall condition: good £200-400 441. 1980s Fernandes The Revival electric guitar, made in Japan; Finish: two-tone sunburst, minor blemishes; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working, modifications; Hardware: good; Case: oblong hard case; Overall condition: good £200-400 442. 1980s Tokai Jazz Sound bass guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. L1xxx2; Finish: surf blue, minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: oblong hard case; Overall condition: good £200-400

443. OLP Signature Series Tony Levin five string bass guitar; Finish: quilted butterscotch; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: good £100-200

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444. 1980s Tokai Hard Puncher bass guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 1xxxxx8; Finish: black, various blemishes and scratches; Fretboard: maple; Frets: various wear; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: fair £200-400

445. G & L Tribute Series L-2000 bass guitar, made in Indonesia, ser. no. 08xxxx62; Finish: blue burst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original gig bag; Overall condition: good £100-200

446. Fender American Vintage reissue series '62 Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. V1xxxx5; Finish: blonde, minor rubbing; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £700-1000

447. 2007 Fender American Deluxe Telecaster electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. BZ7xxxx19; Finish: cherry sunburst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working, neck pickup cover removed; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £600-800 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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452. 2010 Squier by Fender Telecaster Thinline electric guitar, made in China, ser. no. CGS10xxx85; Finish: mahogany; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working, upgraded Seymour Duncan pickups; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £150-250

453. 2010 Fender Telecaster Thinline electric guitar, made in Mexico, ser. no. MX10xxxx34; Finish: natural (original finish stripped and base wood oiled); Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £200-400

454. Squier by Fender Classic Vibe 50s Stratocaster electric guitar, made in China, ser. no. CGF1xxx32; Finish: metallic blue; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £150-250

455. Squier by Fender Classic Vibe 60s Stratocaster electric guitar, made in China, ser. no. CGS09xxxx0; Finish: candy apple red; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £150-250

450 448. 2005 Fender American Standard Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. Z5xxxx0; Finish: blonde; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £500-700 449. 2006 Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. BZ6xxxx24; Finish: natural (stripped); Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: fair £600-700

450. 2013 Fender American Elite Thinline Telecaster electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. US13xxxx45; Finish: natural; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: very good £700-1000

451. 2008 Fender Deluxe Players Stratocaster electric guitar with upgraded body, made in Mexico, ser. no. MZ8xxxx2; Finish: sunburst (replaced upgraded body); Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, typical loss to gold plating; Overall condition: good £200-400 64

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456. 1990s Squier by Fender Hank Marvin Stratocaster electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. K0xxx41; Finish: Fiesta red, minor blemishes; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, missing back cavity plate; Overall condition: good £300-400 457. Good quality custom build Strat type electric guitar, comprising surf green finish body, V profile maple neck, Kluson Deluxe tuners and Wilkinson trem block £200-400

458. Squier by Fender Affinity Series 20th Anniversary Telecaster electric guitar; Finish: natural (stripped and oiled); Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Other: removed logo; Overall condition: fair £60-100

459. Custom build Strat type electric guitar comprising sunburst finish body (partially stripped to the back), rosewood board neck with Fender tuners and a Wilkinson trem block £150-250

460. C.F. Martin & Co GPCPA5K electro-acoustic guitar, made in Mexico, ser. no. 17xxx36; Back and sides: koa patterned high pressure laminate back and sides; Table: solid Sitka spruce; Fretboard: good; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £300-400


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461. Vintage VSA-535-TS hollow body electric guitar; Finish: sunburst, minor surface marks; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: missing control knobs and pickguard; Overall condition: good £80-120 462. Gretsch G5122 hollow body electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. KS10xxxx54; Finish: walnut, small ding to back of the neck; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £200-400 463. Gretsch Electromatic G5420T hollow body electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. KS12xxx90; Finish: orange; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £200-400 464. Gretsch Electromatic Pro Jet electric guitar, made in China, ser. no. CYG11xxxx06; Finish: black, minor surface marks; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good, missing scratchplate; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: good £150-250 465. Yamaha Pacifica electric guitar, ser. no. qIN1xxx38; Finish: black; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Other: partially removed logo; Overall condition: good £60-100 466. Aslin Dane bass guitar, original frets removed and converted to fretless, refinish £40-80 467. 2009 Crafter Sat-TMVS electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. 09xxxx71; Finish: tobacco sunburst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £250-350 468. Tokai ES135 semi hollow body electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 11xxx45; Finish: red; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: very good £300-500 469. 2008 Tokai Love Rock model electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 08xxx81; Finish: quilted cherry sunburst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: very good £300-500

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469 470. 2017 Gretsch Electromatic Pro Jet electric guitar, made in China, ser. no. CYG17xxx26; Finish: metallic burgundy; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original gig bag; Overall condition: very good £150-200

471. 2016 Ibanez RG Series RG421 1P-02 electric guitar, made in Indonesia, ser. no. I16xxxx48; Finish: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original compressed foam hard case; Overall condition: very good £100-200

472. 2016 Ibanez S Series S521 1P-02 electric guitar, made in Indonesia, ser. no. I16xxxx94; Finish: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original compressed foam hard case; Overall condition: very good £100-200

473. Ibanez Premium electric guitar, made in Indonesia, ser. no. Y05xxE; Finish: quilted tobacco burst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: compressed foam Ibanez hard case; Overall condition: very good £250-500 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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474. 1990s Hofner '60s reissue 500/1 violin bass guitar; Finish: tobacco sunburst, minor blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: some minor oxidisation; Case: fitted oblong hard case; Overall condition: good £500-600

475. Hohner SE400 hollow body electric guitar; Finish: sunburst, minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: hard case; Overall condition: good £100-200

476. 2005 Turner Pro Series 70CE electro-acoustic guitar; Finish: minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Case: Epiphone hard case; Overall condition: good £80-120

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477. Fender Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, circa 1978, ser. no. S8xxx79; Finish: black, brown undercoat, rubbing through to brown undercoat, lacquer checking, other blemishes and marks; Fretboard: maple, wear to edges; Frets: good, refret; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, some rusting to smaller metal parts; Case: period correct oblong hard case; Overall condition: fair £800-1200 478. 1940 Gibson ES150 hollow body electric guitar, made in USA, factory order no. 7xxF; Finish: sunburst, lacquer checking, general play wear, blemishes and other various marks; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: contemporary tweed acoustic hard case; Overall condition: good £1200-1800


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479. Yamaha Revstar RS620 electric guitar, made in Indonesia, ser. no. HMM01xxWW; Finish: matt sunburst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: Rock Case by Warwick snakeskin hard case; Overall condition: very good £250-450

480. Tokai Breezysound electric guitar, made in China; Finish: sunburst; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £100-200

481. Ibanez AS53-TF-12-03 semi hollow body electric guitar, made in China, ser. no. S16xxxx13; Finish: brown; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £100-200

482. Ibanez AF75-BS-12-06 hollow body electric guitar, made in China, ser. no. S15xxxx06; Finish: sunburst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £100-200 483. 2007 Peerless Jazz City hollow body electric guitar, ser. no. PE07xxx28; Finish: matt amber burst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £300-500

484. Tokai Cats Eyes TAG 000 acoustic guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 16xx76; Back and sides: laminate mahogany; Table: spruce; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Case: original gig bag; Overall condition: good £60-100

485. 1960s Danelectro Vincent Bell Bellzouki electric guitar, made in USA; Finish: tan sunburst, heavy checking to the sides, blemishes to back of neck, other surface marks; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, refret; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good for age £600-800 486. Warwick Streamer Standard fretless bass guitar, made in Germany, ser. no. 6-1xxxx7-04; Finish: natural, minor play wear to top; Fretboard: ebony; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £150-250

487. 2012 Fender Cabronita Telecaster electric guitar, made in Mexico, ser. no. MX12xxxx26; Finish: black; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall c ondition: good £350-450

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485 488. Gretsch Rancher G-5022CE electro-acoustic guitar, made in Indonesia, ser. no. IS15xxxx31; Finish: red, minor surface marks; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £150-250 489. Takamine G Series EG332BC electro-acoustic guitar, made in Taiwan; Finish: black, blemish to top, other surface scratches and blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good, minor indent wear to first position; Electrics: working; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: fair £70-100 490. Epiphone Casino CoupÈ hollow body electric guitar, ser. no. 15xxxxxx20; Finish: red; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: Epiphone hard case; Overall condition: very good £250-350

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491. 1991 Fender Telecaster Plus V1 electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. N1xxxx5; Finish: translucent blue burst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Other: lacquer checking to back of neck; Overall condition: very good £1400-1600 492. 2004 Tribute by G&L ASAT Special electric guitar, ser. no. 04xxxx66; Finish: blue burst, vacant drilled holes to the top, various scratches; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: Stagg hard case; Overall condition: fair £100-200

493. 2005 Fender Limited Release Mark Kendrick Masterbuilt NAMM edition '58 Stratocaster Closet Classic electric guitar, limited run of 150, made in USA, ser. no. LR5xx7; Finish: sunburst, light relic; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case with certificate of authenticity and accessories; Overall condition: very good £2500-3500

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494. 1980s Fender Stratocaster electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. E7xxx6; Finish: black, various surface scratches and minor blemishes; Fretboard: maple, visible indent wear; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, missing back plate; Case: contemporary tweed hard case; Overall condition: fair £400-600

495. Tokai Breezysound electric guitar, made in China, ser. no. CN14xxxx66; Finish: sunburst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: oblong hard case; Overall condition: good £100-200

496. Aria Pro II TA40 hollow body electric guitar, ser. no. 30xxx73; Finish: wine red, buckle scratches to back, other minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, minor indent wear; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £100-200


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497. Fender FSR American Vintage 70s Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. V0xxx3; Finish: black with matching headstock; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: very good £700-1000

498. Liberty Strat style electric guitar, blue finish, gig bag; together with a Cruiser by Crafter Strat style electric guitar, red finish, gig bag (2) £50-100

499. Antoria Telstar electric guitar, made in Korea; Finish: sunburst, heavy blemishes to edges, other minor imperfections; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: fair £50-80 500. JHS Vintage V100 electric guitar; Finish: sunburst, various imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: typical loss to gold plating; Case: compressed foam hard case; Overall condition: fair £50-80

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501. Squier by Fender Affinity Series P Bass electric guitar, black finish; together with an Encore P style bass guitar, sunburst finish (2) £60-100 502. Good quality custom build Stratocaster electric guitar made by John Elliot of Bravewood Guitars; Body: custom 1961 Strat profile twopiece mahogany finished in clear nitro cellulose and with vintage trem routing; Neck: flame maple neck with nitro gloss finish, rosewood fretboard and gold Kluson type tuners; Electrics: '69 Voodoo pickups with CTS switching; Hardware: anodised pickguard with gold plated parts; Case: oblong hard case; Overall condition: good £300-500 503. 2013 Lowden 035 acoustic guitar, made in Northern Ireland, ser. no. 1xxx5; Back and sides: 'The Log' mahogany; Table: red cedar; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Case: original Hiscox hard case; Overall condition: good £1500-2000

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504. 2004 JHS Vintage V100 electric guitar; Finish: tobacco sunburst; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: typical loss to gold plating; Case: Stagg hard case; Overall condition: good £80-120 505. Fender 'Dan Smith' Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, circa 1982, ser. no. E2xxxx0; Finish: black; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Other: within original shipment packaging and with all tags and accessories included; Overall condition: as new *Although made in 1982, this guitar is 'brand new', within its original shipment packaging and has never been opened or played. A true 'time warp' example £1800-2200

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506. Fender 'Dan Smith' hardtail Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, circa 1982, ser. no. E2xxxx2; Finish: black; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Other: within original shipment packaging and with all tags and accessories included; Overall condition: as new *Although made in 1982, this guitar is 'brand new', within its original shipment packaging and has never been opened or played. A true 'time warp' example £1800-2200

507. 2003 Gibson Les Paul Standard electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 0xxx3xx2; Finish: cherry sunburst, minor surface marks; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £1000-1500


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508. 2009 Fender Custom Shop David Gilmour Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. R4xxx4; Finish: black; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case with certificate of authenticity, book and accessory pack; Overall condition: very good £2200-2800 509. Encore Strat style electric guitar, sunburst finish, soft bag £20-40

510. Godin XTSA electric guitar, made in Canada, ser. no. 06xxxx86; Finish: red, minor surface marks, small blemish to face of head; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £300-500

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511. C.F. Martin & Co The Backpacker Guitar travel guitar, made in Mexico, gig bag £100-200

512. 2003 Fender Special Edition Splatter Stratocaster electric guitar, made in Mexico, ser. no. MZ3xxx46; Finish: blue splatter, blemish to bottom edge of body, various minor blemishes to back of neck; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £300-400 513. Takamine G Series GN20CENS electro-acoustic guitar; Back and sides: mahogany; Table: cedar; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Overall condition: new/clearance stock £80-120

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514. Eko NXT Series DXII twelve string acoustic guitar, made in China; Finish: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Overall condition: new/clearance stock £70-100

515. Tokai Legacy Series Love Rock model electric guitar, made in China, ser. no. TL17xx65; Finish: two-tone sunburst; Fretboard: good; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: new/clearance stock £100-200 516. B.C Rich Mockingbird electric guitar, made in China; Finish: red; Fretboard: good; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: new/clearance stock £100-200

517. Tokai Love Rock model electric guitar, made in China, ser. no. CN16xxxx92; Finish: black; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: new/clearance stock £100-200

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518. JHS Vintage V300MH acoustic guitar; Back and sides: mahogany; Table: natural; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Overall condition: new/clearance stock £60-100

519. Vox Starstream VSS-1 electric guitar; Finish: black; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original gig bag; Overall condition: new/clearance stock £150-250

520. Italia Rimini 6 semi hollow body electric guitar; Finish: pearloid white; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original gig bag; Overall condition: new/clearance stock £200-400

521. Bohemian Guitars Boho Hot Sauce oil can electric guitar, original box; Overall condition: new/clearance stock £100-200


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522. 2014 Rickenbacker 330/12 semi hollow body twelve string electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 14xxx82; Finish: maple glow; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: new/clearance stock £1200-1800 523. 2017 Rickenbacker 4003S bass guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 17xxx94; Finish: walnut; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: new/clearance stock £1200-1800 524. 1960s Dallas Rangemaster lap guitar £150-250

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525. 1969 Fender Telecaster Thinline electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 2xxxx7; Finish: natural, blemishes to the table, other minor surface marks; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good, some visible wear; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £5000-6000

526. John Tailby Custom Scroll electric guitar with walnut / wenge / maple neck through body, walnut wings and maple headstock; Finish: natural; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: Spider Cases hard case; Overall condition: good £300-400 527. 1967 Fender Coronada II hollow body electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 2xxxx8; Finish: red, lacquer checking and various blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good; Case: later hard case; Overall condition: good for age £700-1000

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528. 2013 Taylor 214CE electro-acoustic guitar, made in Mexico, ser. no. 21xxxx3xx2; Finish: natural, minor marks to the sides; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Case: C.F. Martin & Co hard case; Overall condition: good £400-600 529. 2014 Taylor 614CE electro-acoustic guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 11xxxx4xx2; Back and sides: maple; Table: natural; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Case: Freedom hard case; Overall condition: good £1200-1800

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530. 1970s Ovation Breadwinner electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. E5xx9; Finish: black; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics and hardware: replaced - Bare Knuckle P90 pickups, custom etched rose design scratchplate and gold plated tuners (all original parts retained); Case: original hard case; Other: finish stripped on back of the neck; Overall condition: good £600-800

531. 1980 Gibson ES335 Pro semi hollow body electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 8xxx0xx7; Finish: light relic gold top finish over original sunburst, back and sides silver tone original finish; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working, Bare Knuckle Stormy Monday pickups; Hardware: replaced scratchplate and bridge; Case: later hard case; Overall condition: good £1200-1800


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532. 2002 Epiphone limited edition '67 Flying V electric guitar, ser. no. S02xxxxx75; Finish: Arctic white; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: fitted hard case; Overall condition: very good £200-400

535. 2014 Squier by Fender Vintage Modified Telecaster bass guitar, made in Indonesia, ser. no. ICS14xxxx70; Finish: blond; Fretboard: maple; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £80-120

534. Guild Starfire IV SF-4 semi hollow body electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. GA1xxx81; Finish: blond, minor surface marks; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good, refret; Electrics: working; Hardware: good, replaced nut; Case: Hiscox hard case; Overall condition: good £1000-1500

537. 2009 Gibson Custom BB King Lucille electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 0xxx9xx7; Finish: black, minor surface marks, one small scratch to back, minor ding to front; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case with certificate of authenticity; Overall condition: good £1200-1800

533. 1998 Godin SD electric guitar, made in Canada, ser. no. 98xxx71; Finish: translucent red, minor surface marks; Fretboard: maple; Frets: generally good, minor dent wear; Electrics: working, switch modification; Hardware: good; Case: original gig bag; Overall condition: good £300-500

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536. 2011 Magneto T-Wave electric guitar, ser. no. 0xxxx4; Finish: vanilla fudge, a couple of minor dings; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: Triton hard case; Overall condition: good £600-1000

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538. 2007 Gretsch Chet Atkins G6120 hollow body electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. JT07xxxx23; Finish: orange; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £800-1200 539. Paul Reed Smith Mira electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 14S2xxx45; Finish: white, various blemishes to edges; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: good £600-800 540. AXL Perspex Strat style electric guitar, gig bag £50-100

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541. 1963 Gibson Les Paul Standard SG electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 1xxxx7; Finish: cherry, heavy wear including buckle rash, scuffs, blemishes, old markings left from original tailpiece; Fretboard: rosewood, mild wear; Frets: worn, but with good amount of life left; Electrics: working, replaced pickup covers; Hardware: replaced tuners (originals retained), Vibramate Bigsby installed in place of the later fitted stop bar (stop bar and bridge posts retained); Other: neck-tobody repair; Case: gig bag; Overall condition: fair *Sold with CITES A10 certificate £3000-4000


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542. 1973 Fender Stratocaster electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 51xx84; Finish: black, heavy wear allover, particularly to the back and bass edge; Fretboard: maple, re-lacquered; Frets: heavily worn and would require refretting; Electrics: working, pickups and pots dating to 1973; Hardware: generally good, hairline cracks to scratchplate; Overall condition: fair £1800-2200

543. John Shuker Uberhorn five string fretless bass guitar, with mahogany body and African blackwood top, seven piece Wenge/mahogany neck, phelonic resin fingerboard with in-built bridge design and hidden EMG pickups, original hard case; Overall condition: good £2500-3500

544. Columbus Series 2 188/Q electric guitar, ser. no. 89x35; Finish: natural, minor surface marks; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Csae: soft bag; Overall condition: good £80-120

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545. 2009 Parker PM20 electric guitar, made in Indonesia, ser. no. 09xxxx37; Finish: trans green/black; Fretboard: carbon; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: good £100-200 546. JHS Vintage semi hollow body electric guitar, made in China; Finish: cherry; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: good £200-300 547. Kevin Holt acoustic guitar, made in Chard, England; Finish: natural, well repaired hairline splits to table; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Hardware: good; Case: soft bag; Overall condition: good £200-300

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550. 1982 Gibson Les Paul Custom electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 8xxx2xx3; Finish: wine red, various scratches and blemishes including surface buckle marks to the back; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Case: original hard case; Overall condition: good £2200-2800 551. Danelectro Longhorn bass guitar; Finish: coral pink; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good; Electrics: working; Hardware: good; Overall condition: good £100-200

552. Squier by Fender Affinity Series J bass guitar, made in China, ser. no. CY09xxxx022; Finish: candy apple red, various blemishes; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Overall condition: fair £50-80 553. JHS Vintage double cut electric guitar, black finish, various imperfections, damage to one tuner; together with a Yamaha bass guitar, red finish (2) £60-100

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548. Kay Effector electric guitar, made in Korea; Finish: sunburst, various heavy blemishes, particularly to the back; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: generally good, refret; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, repaired binding, replaced tuners; Case: Kinsman soft bag; Overall condition: fair £150-250

549. 1983 Ovation Collectors Series 1983-B electro-acoustic guitar, made in USA; Finish: green burst, various blemishes and surface lacquer cracking; Fretboard: ebony, wear to upper fret positions; Frets: visible indent wear; Electrics: working; Case: gig bag; Other: hairline lacquer crack around neck position indicating a potential previous neck repair, complete with certificate of authenticity; Overall condition: fair £300-500

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554. 1959 Framus Star Bass 5/149 hollow body bass guitar, made in Germany; Finish: sunburst, table collapsed beneath bridge, lacquer checking, various other blemishes, restoration to neck; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: minor wear; Electrics: working; Hardware: replaced bridge, replaced tuners, replaced strap buttons; Overall condition: poor £200-400 555. 1960s Hagstrom Futurama bass guitar, made in Sweden, ser. no. 5xxxx3; Finish: blue, minor imperfections; Fretboard: rosewood; Frets: good; Electrics: working; Hardware: generally good, replaced control knob; Case: vintage Selmer croc skin hard case; Overall condition: good £450-650

556. Angel Lopez MEM-3/4S three-quarter size classical guitar, boxed (new clearance stock) £40-80 557. Squier by Fender Mini electric guitar, red finish, gig bag £40-80 558-580 NO LOT


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581. Zachary Taylor designed Sellas style guitar, fitted hard case

*Inspired by an original instrument made in 1927 by Giorgio Sellas, this guitar has the characteristic features of the famous maker including inlaid decoration and layered rose. The original can be seen in the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. The guitar has a domed back of alternating mahogany and maple fluted strips. The spruce sound board has an inlaid rosette of abalone and mother of pearl. Ebony fingerboard and bridge, horn tuning pegs and fitted case £500-1000

582. Zachary Taylor designed Primera electro-acoustic guitar, fitted hard case *Designed by Zachary Taylor for his own personal use and built by hand under his supervision, its features are based on acoustic science principles and the needs of the contemporary classical player. It includes a fingerboard raised above the sound board by 1mm to provide more responsive area and sound holes in the 'dead end' for the same reason. An arm rest allows comfort and avoids deadening of the sound board by the right arm. Fitted with a Fishman pickup which includes an inbuilt tuner for convenience £500-800

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583. Zachary Taylor designed Stradivarius style guitar, fitted hard case

*Based on a guitar made in 1688 by Antonio Stradivari. Created to provide an example of a Baroque guitar with the characteristics of the original instrument but strung as a six stringed classical guitar to allow accessibility to contemporary players. Sound board in spruce with layered decorative rose, back and sides in sycamore, fingerboard and bridge in ebony, horn tuning pegs and with fitted case £500-800

584. Zachary Taylor designed Voboam style six course guitar, fitted hard case *Designed with reference to the RenÈ Voboam guitar exhibited at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. The original built in 1641 was strung with five courses as a conventional Baroque guitar. This has been made as a six stringed classical model. The back is made from alternate mahogany and maple strips, sound board in European spruce with layered decorative rose, ebony fingerboard and bridge, horn tuning pegs and fitted case £500-800

585. Zachary Taylor designed Voboam style five course guitar, fitted hard case

*Designed with reference to the RenÈ Voboam guitar exhibited at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. The original built in 1641 has the same five course stringing. The back is made from alternate mahogany and maple strips, sound board in European spruce with layered decorative rose, ebony fingerboard and bridge, horn turning pegs and fitted case £500-800 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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586. Zachary Taylor designed electro-acoustic ukulele, fitted hard case

*A unique instrument designed by Zachary Taylor with applied physics, acoustic science and ergonomic principles. Carefully chosen materials and superb craftsmanship combine to make an elegant ukulele of professional standard £250-500 587. Caballero C-3 classical guitar, ser. no. 00xx61, soft bag £100-200 588. Early 20th century Spanish labelled Domingo Esteso...anno 1935, hard case (extensive restorations) £4000-6000

589. Vincente Sanchis model 34 classical guitar; together with Hokada 3165 classical guitar (2) £60-100 590. Valencia VC204 narrow neck classical guitar, gig bag (impact damage to the rib); together with a Tenson classical guitar, gig bag (2) £60-100

591. 2000 Manuel Raimundo electro-classical guitar, made in Spain, ser. no. 6x0, hard case £80-120

592. Univox Model U3045 classical guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. 5112, case £50-80

593. 1968 B&M Soloist by Yairi classical guitar, made in Japan, hard case £100-200 594. Early 20th century small bodied guitar labelled H.A. Pollmann...Dresden (restorations) £80-120

595. Early 20th century guitar labelled Otto Body...Innsbruck; with maple back and sides and shallow carved hand painted top (restorations), hard case (currently set up left-handed) £150-250

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596. Suzuki classical guitar, no. 3067, hard case £60-100 597. Two Antonio Pinto Carvalho Marvaez classical guitars including model 1C and model 4S (2) £100-200

598. 1983 Josè Ramirez Clase 1A guitar with internal resonator table, made in Spain, ser. no. 1xxx7; Back and sides: Indian rosewood; Table: cedar; Fretboard: ebony; Frets: generally good, some oxidisation; Case: hard case; Overall condition: good £1500-2500 599-600 NO LOT


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All amplifiers sold by Gardiner Houlgate have passed a PAT safety inspection, however, whilst known imperfections have been stated, all lots are sold as seen

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601. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1979 Fender Champ guitar amplifier for spares/repair, made in USA, ser. no. A9620007 £100-200 602. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1970s tour used Fender Musicmaster Bass guitar amplifier, ser. no. A08277 (US voltage and untested) *Used by Mott the Hoople as a tune-up amp in every dressing room £200-400

603. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1970s WEM Clubman MK8 guitar amplifier, made in England, ser. no. CW33916 £50-100

604. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Selmer Selector-Tone guitar amplifier, made in England, ser. no. ST/308, appears to be working, although not fully tested and in tired condition £200-400 605. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Laney DP150 bass guitar amplifier head with speaker cabinet, appears to be working, although in tired condition £50-100 82

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619 606. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Pignose portable battery amplifier; together with a Dynamite portable battery amplifier (both untested and lacking power cables) (2) £50-80 607. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Burns Sonic 30 guitar amplifier in need of servicing £40-80

608. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Marshall 1965A 4 x 10 guitar amplifier speaker cabinet £40-80

609. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Arbiter Soundhouse guitar amplifier head or spares/repair; together with a Vox amplifier for spares/repairs (2) £150-250

610. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - five practice guitar amplifier in various conditions, including a Peavey Audition 20, a Kustom KLA10 and three by Gorilla (5) £30-50 611. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Marshall Bass 12 guitar amplifier; together with a Marshall VS15 amplifier and a Park G10 amplifier (3) £50-80

612. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - four small guitar amplifiers, including an Aidean RV-20R, a Behringer Thunderbird, a Columbus 15 and a Badger Bass Boogie (4) £50-100

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620 613. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - four guitar amplifiers, including a Laney World Series 120R, a Fal Merlin, a Kay Sound Fashion and a Carlsbro (4) £80-120 614. Matchless 2 x 12 extension speaker cabinet £200-300 615. Sub Zero SZ Acoustic 25C guitar amplifier £30-50

616. Peavey Classic 50 guitar amplifier, made in USA (non-UK plug and untested) £100-200 617. Vox guitar amplifier £50-80

618. Yamaha THR10 guitar amplifier, boxed (input jack slightly bent) £120-180 619. Rivera Chubster 40 guitar amplifier, red tolex, foot switch £550-650

620. Rivera Pubster 25 guitar amplifier, foot switch, custom made cover £550-650

621. Randall Thrasher 412S 4 x 12 guitar amplifier speaker cabinet (new/ex demo stock) £100-200 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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639 622. Randall Thrasher 412S 4 x 12 guitar amplifier speaker cabinet (new/ex demo stock) £100-200 623. Randall 412A 4 x 12 guitar amplifier speaker cabinet (new/ex demo stock) £100-200 624. Randall RD40C E guitar amplifier (new/ex demo stock) £70-100 625. Randall RD40C E guitar amplifier (new/ex demo stock) £70-100 626. Randall RD5C E guitar amplifier (new/ex demo stock) £60-100 627. Randall RD5C E guitar amplifier (new/ex demo stock) £60-100 628. Randall RD5C E guitar amplifier (new/ex demo stock) £60-100

629. Randall RX35 BMBC guitar amplifier (new/ex demo stock) £60-100 630. Randall RD40 guitar amplifier (new/ex demo stock) £70-100

631. Randall RD5 guitar amplifier head (new/ex demo stock) £60-100 84

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640 632. Randall RD5 guitar amplifier head (new/ex demo stock) £60-100 633. Randall RD5 guitar amplifier head (new/ex demo stock) £60-100 634. Randall RD5 guitar amplifier head (new/ex demo stock) £60-100 635. Randall RD5 guitar amplifier head (new/ex demo stock) £60-100

636. Spare Randall RD1250-8 amplifier speaker; together with another spare speaker (2) £10-20 637. 15" bass speaker £30-50

638. Pair of Celestion G12H green back speakers (one with repaired cone tear) £50-100 639. Quilter Aviator AV200-112 guitar amplifier, made in USA, with foot pedal and dust cover £600-800

640. Tone King Imperial guitar amplifier, made in USA, ser. no. 200-509 £1000-1200


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649. Roland Microcube Bass RX guitar amplifier, made in China (clean sound at fault) £50-80 650. Fender Limited Edition Hot Rod Deluxe guitar amplifier, made in Mexico, ser. no. B-195721, dust cover £200-300 651. 1970s Yamaha YTA-95 guitar amplifier, made in Japan, ser. no. 3208 £150-250 652. Fender Model 115 Pro bass guitar speaker cabinet £100-200 661 641. Ampeg Reverberocket guitar amplifier, made in USA, ser. no. CHDURA0001, with foot switch £300-500

653. Fender Frontman 15G guitar amplifier £10-20 654. Fender Greta 2 watt guitar amplifier £30-50

642. Mesa Boogie Rect-o-Verb 50 Single Rectifier guitar amplifier, made in USA, with foot switch, cover and fitted flight case £500-700

655. Hiwatt Maxwatt B4012 bass amplifier £30-50

*Review example. Single owner from new £250-350

657. Behringer V-Ampire guitar amplifier £50-80

643. 2009 Peavey Nashville 112 combo amplifier, made in USA, with 12" Peavey Blue Marvel speaker, custom made cover included; Overall condition: excellent

644. 2000 Vox Cambridge 30 Reverb Twin combo amplifier, made in Korea, with two 10" Vox speakers; Overall condition: good £150-200 645. Session Rockette 20 guitar amplifier in need of attention £40-60

646. Pair of Vox T530 blue amplifier speakers, damage to one cone £250-350

647. Blackstar Series One 50 guitar amplifier head, with dust cover and pedal £200-300 648. Fender Excelsior amplifier, made in China (tremolo fault) £120-180

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656. Peavey Classic 50 guitar amplifier, made in USA, ser. no. 0005347600 £150-250

658. Behringer V-Ampire LX210 guitar amplifier within a fitted flight case £60-100 659. Orange Tiny Terror guitar amplifier head, with gig bag and original box £100-200 660. Laney Lionheart LST-112 guitar amplifier, made in the UK, ser. no. 0469, with pedal and dust cover £200-400 661. Fender 20th Anniversary Edition Vibro-King guitar amplifier, made in USA, ser. no. 4424, dust cover (as new) £1400-1800

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662 666 665. Fender Frontman 212R guitar amplifier, made in China, ser. no. CAX12L3403 £70-100

666. 1960s Selmer Truvoice TV6 guitar amplifier, made in England, ser. no. 6/2732 £200-400 667. Roland VGA-3 guitar amplifier, made in USA, ser. no. ZR22007 £100-200 668. Vox AC15C1 guitar amplifier, ser. no. L05-028086 £150-250

672 662. 1970s Vox AC30 guitar amplifier, made in England, ser. no. 25135 £700-1000 663. Marshall MG15MS II mini stack guitar amplifier £100-200 664. Hughes & Kettner Bass Force L guitar amplifier, made in Germany, ser. no. 266189 £50-80

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669. Polytone Mini-Brute IV guitar amplifier £100-200

670. Hotone Nano Legacy Series Mojo Diamond 5 watt mini guitar amplifier head, boxed £40-80

671. Crate Blackheart Little Giant 5 guitar amplifier, with model BH112 speaker cabinet £250-350

672. Fender Woody Pro limited edition guitar amplifier, made in USA, ser. no. B-125014 *No. 4 of a limited edition run of twelve £800-1200


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701. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - three Watkins Copicat tape echo units for spares/repairs, one an early valve version, the others later Solid State examples (3) £80-120 702. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - vintage Marshall The Guv'nor guitar pedal in need of attention £30-50

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703. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - seven assorted guitar and other pedals in various conditions, including a Nobels Equalizer, Vestax distortion, Arion equalizer, Rocktek Compressor, Aria Chorus, Korg PS2 pedal switch and an Expression pedal (7) £50-100

704. Doktor Rok Fuzzfing guitar pedal, with geranium transistors, boxed with power supply; with a Doktor Rok Humbug mains filter £30-50

705. Doktor Rok Fuzzfing guitar pedal, with geranium transistors, boxed with power supply; with a Doktor Rok Humbug mains filter £30-50 706. Doktor Rok Fuzzfing, with geranium transistors, boxed with power supply £30-50 707. Doktor Rok Fuzzfing, with geranium transistors, boxed with power supply £30-50 702 673. WEM Watkins Westminster guitar amplifier, made in England, ser. no. CW57419 £70-100 674. 1960s Watkins Westminster Tremolo guitar amplifier £400-600 675. Marshall MG100DFX guitar amplifier £30-50 676-700 NO LOT

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708. Doktor Rok Fuzzfing, with geranium transistors, boxed with power supply £30-50 709. Boss CS-3 compression sustainer guitar pedal, boxed £30-60

710. Doktor Rok Fuzzfing guitar pedal, with geranium transistors, boxed with power supply; with a Doktor Rok Humbug mains filter £30-50

711. Doktor Rok Fuzzfing guitar pedal, with geranium transistors, boxed with power supply; with a Doktor Rok Humbug mains filter £30-50

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717. Klemt Echolette 5 tape delay unit, made in Germany £150-250

718. Randall MOR one knob level boost guitar pedal, boxed (new/ex demo stock) £20-40 719. Randall MOR one knob level boost guitar pedal, boxed (new/ex demo stock) £20-40 717

720. Randall MOR one knob level boost guitar pedal, boxed (new/ex demo stock) £20-40 721. Randall MOR one knob level boost guitar pedal, boxed (new/ex demo stock) £20-40 722. Boss RT-20 Rotary Ensemble Sound Processor guitar pedal, boxed, as new £50-80 723. Boss RE-20 Roland Space Echo RE-201 guitar pedal, boxed, as new £80-120 724. Boss Legend Series FDR-1 Deluxe Reverb guitar pedal, boxed £40-80

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712. Doktor Rok Fuzzfing guitar pedal, with geranium transistors, with power supply £20-40 713. Boss DD-3 Digital Delay guitar pedal, missing bottom label and padding; together with a Logjam Travelog stomp box (2) £40-80 714. Boss BD-2 Blues Driver guitar pedal, missing bottom label £20-40

715. Ashdown Bass Envelope Filter guitar pedal and a Vista Fire Lifesaver compressor pedal, both within a Boss BCB-3 pedal case £50-80 716. Two WEM Solid State Watkins Copicat tape delay units, one with non-UK plug and untested (2) £100-200 88

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725. Boss Legend Series FBM-1 Bassman guitar pedal, boxed £40-80

726. Danelectro Triplwah guitar pedal, boxed £10-20

727. Boss AW-3 Dynamic Wah guitar pedal, boxed; together with a Roland EV-5 expression pedal, boxed and a qwik Tune automatic guitar tuner, boxed (3) £40-80 728. Marshall EH-1 Echo Head delay guitar pedal, boxed; together with a Marshall RF-1 Reflector reverb guitar pedal, boxed (2) £40-80

729. Marshall GV-2 The Guv'nor Plus guitar pedal, boxed; together with a Marshall BB-2 The Blues Breaker-2 guitar pedal, boxed (2) £40-80 730. Boss RC-3 Loop Station guitar pedal, boxed £50-80


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737 731. Boss OS-2 Overdrive/Distortion guitar pedal; together with a Boss GE-7 Equalizer guitar pedal, boxed (2) £40-80 732. Boss CS-3 Compression Sustainer guitar pedal, boxed £20-40 733. Boss CE-5 Chorus Ensemble guitar pedal, boxed £20-40 734. Boss PS-6 Harmonist guitar pedal, boxed £40-80

735. Custom made Rangemaster Clone guitar pedal £30-60

736. Wampler Pinnacle Limited distortion guitar pedal, boxed £40-80

737. Dan Armstrong Orange Squeezer buffer guitar limiter, boxed £60-100 738. Blackstar HT-Dual Purevalve distortion pedal, boxed £30-50

739. Mesa Boogie V-Twin preamp guitar pedal (missing power supply) £100-200

740. Electro-Harmonix Stereo Memory Man with Hazarai guitar pedal £50-80

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745 741. Arbiter Fuzz Face guitar pedal, made in England £150-200

742. Lovekraft Effects Mojo Drive guitar pedal, made in USA, ser. no. 192, boxed £50-80

743. Moollon signal boost guitar pedal, boxed £50-80

744. Electro-Harmonix Big Muff guitar pedal, boxed £30-50 745. Melos Echo Chamber effects unit £30-50

746. WEM Solid State Watkins Copicat tape delay unit £100-150 747-800 NO LOT

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801. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - acoustic guitar hard case £30-50

802. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1950s/60s Selmer/Hofner tweed guitar hard case £50-100

803. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s fibreboard guitar hard case £30-50 804. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - De Armond FHC-C guitar pickup £40-80

805. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - vintage guitar tree hanger to hold six guitars; together with five various guitar straps £20-40 806. Three string cigar box guitar £20-40 807. Three string cigar box guitar £20-40

808. Three string cigar box guitar; together with a battery powered cigar box amp (2) £20-40 809. Aria Pro II Tri-Sound bass guitar hard case £20-40 810. Guild Aristocrat Reissue guitar hard case £20-40

811. Harley Benton Power Plant guitar effects power supply (lacking cables); together with a Stagg microphone stand and a guitar wall hanger (3) £10-20

812. Selection of guitar items including straps, leads, tuners and two stands etc; also two Duchossoir reference books £30-60 813. Gator double guitar hard case on wheels £80-120 90

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814. Two Nomad amplifier stands, one boxed; together with four guitar gig bags (6) £30-50 815. Good selection of mixed guitar accessories and spares including a Fender Telecaster scratchplate, good quality jack parts, three good reference books etc £30-50

816. Three guitar pickups including an Entwistle white Hohner single coil, a Washburn MG40 humbucker and one other (3) £10-20 817. Approximately sixty packets of Clayton Playboy medium gauge guitar picks, each individual packet containing six plectrums £40-80 818. Approximately forty-five packets of Clayton medium gauge Playboy branded picks, each packet containing twelve plectrums £40-80 819. Approximately forty packets of Clayton medium gauge Playboy branded picks, each packet containing twelve plectrums £40-80

820. Approximately fifty packets of Clayton Ed Hardy medium gauge guitar picks, each packet containing six individual plectrums £40-80 821. Approximately fifty packets of Clayton Delrin heavy liquid skin picks, each packet containing twelve individual plectrums £40-80 822. Approximately fifty packets of Clayton Delrin medium gauge guitar picks, each packet containing twelve individual plectrums £40-80

823. Approximately thirty packets of Clayton medium gauge Playboy guitar picks, each packet containing twelve individual plectrums £30-60 824. Approximately fifty packets of Clayton Delrin thin gauge guitar picks, each packet containing twelve individual plectrums £40-80 825. Approximately fifty packets of Clayton medium gauge Playboy guitar picks, each packet containing twelve individual plectrums £40-80 826. Approximately fifty packets of Clayton Delrin thin liquid skin guitar, picks, each packet containing twelve individual plectrums £40-80


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827. Hiscox Pro II hard case for a small bodied guitar £50-80 828. Fishman Rare Earth acoustic sound hole pickup £50-80

829. Six various archtop guitar tailpieces including Gretsch and Benedetto examples (6) £50-80 830. Studio Logic electric guitar flight case £30-50 831. Guitar hard case £30-50

832. Three Seymour Duncan guitar pickups including an SH-1N humbucker, a TB4 humbucker and an STK-S2N rail single coil (3) £80-120

833. Pair of Schecter Diamond humbucker pickups; together with a pair of Axesrus rail pickups (4) £30-50

834. Selection of guitar accessories including Roger Bucknall - Wood, Sweat & Tears, the Guitars & Times of Roger Bucknall, a selection of various strings, three Kyser guitar capos, a string winder and a selection of bridge pins and guitar picks £20-40 835. Two sets of vintage Fender F logo guitar tuners (one including bushes) £20-40 836. Set of Grover kidney guitar tuners, a set of Kluson style Fender type tuners and a set of Kluson three-a-side tuners £30-50 837. Fifty packets of new La Bella Golden Alloy acoustic guitar strings of various gauges £40-80 838. Forty-eight packets of new La Bella Golden Alloy acoustic guitar strings including extra light, light and medium gauges £40-80

839. Forty-eight packets of new La Bella silver plated light 700L acoustic guitar strings £40-60

BID LIVE AT: www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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840. Forty-eight packets of new La Bella HRS Series 9-46 electric guitar strings £40-60 841. Forty-eight packets of La Bella Lite gauge 9-46 nickel plated steel electric guitar strings £40-60 842. Forty-eight packets of new La Bella Lite gauge 9-46 nickel plated steel electric guitar strings £40-60 843. Forty-eight packets of new La Bella Lite gauge 9-46 nickel plated steel electric guitar strings £40-60

844. Forty-eight packets of new La Bella 800L black nylon tape light gauge 12-56 electric guitar strings £40-60 845. Forty-eight packets of new La Bella 800M gauge 14-67 black nylon tape wound electric guitar strings £40-60 846. Forty-eight packets of new La Bella HRS Series gauge 9-46 nickel plated hand wound electric guitar strings £40-60

847. Forty-eight packets of new La Bella VSE1150 Vapor Shield electric guitar strings of various gauges £40-60

848. Fifty-two packets of new La Bella Super Alloy 52 electric guitar strings of various gauges £40-60 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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849. Twelve packets of new La Bella CB60 contrabass six string set bass guitar strings £30-50 850. Mixed assortment of new La Bella electric bass guitar strings £30-60

851. Assortment of various new La Bella electric bass guitar strings £30-60

852. Forty-eight of new La Bella EL-XL extra light gauge 9-42 nickel plated steel electric guitar strings £40-60 853. Forty-eight packets of new La Bella EL-XL extra light gauge 9-42 nickel plated steel electric guitar strings £40-60

854. Thirty-six packets of new La Bella EL-7SR gauge 10-60 nickel plated round wound seven string regular electric guitar strings £30-60 855. Forty-four packets of new La Bella EL-JM gauge 13-56 jazz medium nickel plated steel electric guitar strings £40-80

856. Forty-eight packets of new La Bella EL-R gauge 10-46 regular nickel plated steel electric strings £40-60 857. Thirty-six packets of new La Bella HRS Series gauge 10-46 nickel plated hand wound electric guitar strings £30-60

858. Ten packets of new La Bella Resophonic G tuning guitar strings of various gauges; together with eight packets of new La Bella Resophonic guitar G tuning RESN-1559 guitar strings, nine packets of new La Bella slack key guitar SKG-1556 guitar strings and four packets of Hawaiian lap steel guitar strings £40-80

859. Twelve packets of new La Bella Jazz Flats custom medium 12-52 stainless steel flat wound guitar strings; together with eight packets of new La Bella jazz flats light gauge 11-50 stainless steel flat wound guitar strings and ten new La Bella jazz flats extra light gauge 9-39 stainless steel flat wound guitar strings £30-60 860. Sixteen packets of La Bella Gypsy Jazz Series silk and steel guitar strings; together with twenty-five packets of new La Bella nickel 200 roller rock wound guitar strings £30-60 92

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861. Thirty-four packets of new La Bella Phosphor Bronze 7GP12L twelve string light gauge acoustic guitar strings £30-60 862. Six packets of new La Bella Argento extra fine silver plated hard tension classical guitar strings; together with five packets of new La Bella Argento extra fine silver plated medium hard tension classical guitar strings and five packets of new La Bella Argento pure silver medium tension classical guitar strings £30-50

863. Mixed selection of new La Bella nylon classical fractional guitar strings; together with a mixed assortment of new La Bella Professional Series 2001 classical guitar strings £30-60 864. Large selection of new La Bella nickel plated steel wound individual gauge electric guitar strings £50-100

865. Thirty-three packets of new La Bella 850 gold nylon Golden Alloy classical guitar strings; together with five packets of La Bella 850-B black nylon Golden Alloy classical guitar strings £40-60 866. Bass guitar hard case; together with three guitar gig bags (4) £30-50

867. Early nitro celluloid 'green guard' Stratocaster electric guitar scratchplate £200-400

868. 1990s Fender Stratocaster grey perloid scratchplate, with original electrics aside from a replaced Seymour Duncan bridge pickup £120-180 869. New and boxed set of Bare Knuckle Juggernaut pickups £150-200 870-900 NO LOT


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PRO­AUDIO­ &­sTUDIO eqUIPMeNT

All electrical audio and studio equipment sold by Gardiner Houlgate has passed a PAT safety inspection where applicable, however, whilst known imperfections have been stated, all lots are sold as seen 901. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Hohner Pianet T keyboard, made in Germany, ser. no. 928889, working although input jack requires some attention and a few keys not functioning £100-200 902. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Gem Jumbo organ, made in Italy, not currently powering up £80-120 903. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Elka Rhapsody analogue strings synthesizer within original case, appears to be functioning correctly £100-200 904. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Korg M-500SP Micro Preset synthesizer, made in Japan, ser. no. 791694, appears to be working £100-200 905. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - vintage Companion model 211 air reed piano, made in Italy; together with a Pianorgan 1 for spares/repair £100-200 906. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1970s Roland SH-2000 synthesizer, made in Japan, ser. no. 342316, appears to power up although requires attention, damage to one key £200-400 907. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - four Casio keyboards, including an MG-640, Casiotone 202, 210 sound tone bank and an SA-1; also a Commodore MK-10 keyboard and a Casio AS-20 keyboard amplifier (6) £80-120 908. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Univox J6 organ for spares/repair, made in England, ser. no. 2827 £50-100

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906 909. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - three Yamaha digital drum banks, including a DD-5, DD-10 and DD-11 (3) £80-120 910. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Behringer Eurodesk MX3282A studio mixing desk upon a quik Lok stand; together with a quik Lok rack stand fitted with the Eurodesk power supply and a further studio stand £100-200 911. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - pair of Pioneer model CS66 hifi speakers, made in Japan £80-120 912. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - large pair of vintage Tannoy speakers, with teak cabinets £100-200 913. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - pair of Yamaha NS-S34 hifi speakers £50-80 914. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - vintage Dubreq Pianomate; together with a Sony TC-630 tape recorder, ser. no. 76628 and three old monitor speakers (5) £100-200

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916 915. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - two Leslie organ rotary speakers for spares/repair, including a model 120, ser. no. F6718 and a model 825, ser. no. FB20415 (2) £200-400 916. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Jennings model P01 pulsation rotary speaker, made in England, ser. no. 1346, untested £200-400

917. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - four vintage microphones for spares/repair, including a Uniplex harmonica microphone, a Reslo ribbon microphone and two others (4) £80-120 918. Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - six microphones, including two Shure 588S, a Shure PE588, a Sekaku VS-20, an Akai ADM45 and one other (6) £50-100 919. Audiolab 8000M amplifier £100-200

920. Tag McLaren F3 Series amplifier £100-200

921. KEF model 105/3 hifi reference monitor speakers (at fault) £300-500

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921 922. Behringer Eurorack MX1602 mixer, within a flight case £30-50

923. H & H Performer 304M PA system comprising four track power amplifier, a pair of PE12 speakers, two speaker stands and associated cables £40-80

924. Peavey Master 24FX mixing console, with two lamp lights and within a heavy duty flight case £100-200

925. Yamaha Digital Delay model D1500 rack unit, made in Japan, ser. no. 3752 (non UK plug) £30-50 926. Ensoniq ESQ1 digital sequencer synthensizer, ser. no. 0788, powers up although not fully tested £100-200

927. Yamaha CX5M musical computer, boxed; together with a Yamaha YK10 music keyboard, boxed and a Yamaha FD-05 micro floppy disc drive (3) £100-200

928. Yamaha RX11 digital rhythm programmer, made in Japan, ser. no. 28296, within a flight case £30-60


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929. Alesis RA-100 reference amplifier; together with a Bouyer AS35 preamplifier (2) £50-80 930. Two HH Electronic AM8/12 professional power amplifiers; together with two Canford audio line isolating units (4) £100-200 931. M Audio Duo professional USB mic preamp; together with an M Audio Avid M Box £30-50 932. Two Adastra M51 microphones; together with four Chelmer amplifier valves, a selection of patch cables and other cable spares £20-40

937

933. Reslo Sound SRI/L ribbon microphone, within original wooden box and outer cardboard case; together with a Reslo Sound Equipment transistor coupler, boxed (2) £40-80 934. Two XIS Pure 1 condenser microphones, each cased (2) £80-120 935. Pair of JBL EON PA speakers with stands £100-200 936. Korg Super Percussion DDM-220 programmable digital drum machine; together with a Roland TR-505 rhythm composer, both from the '60s British psychedelic band Nirvana's studio, the Roland signed by both Patrick and Alex from the band £60-100 937. Hammond M-3 organ, made in USA, ser. no. 156722; together with a Leslie 122R rotary speaker, made in England, ser. no. 3355, with associated leads and foot pedal £800-1200 938. Tube-Tech Sound Engineering PE1C Programme Equaliser rack unit, made in Denmark, ser. no. 12312, boxed £1000-1500

BID LIVE AT: www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

943 939. Duet by Apogee two channel fire wire audio interface, boxed £30-50 940. Lexicon MPX100 dual channel processor rack unit, boxed £20-40 941. Fostex 4050 Auto locator with original owners manual £50-80

942. CM Lab Motor Mix unit, made in USA, ser. no. UM21049 £40-80 943. Doepfer Dark Energy analogue synthesizer £150-200

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944. Roland RE-3 Digital Space Echo rack unit, made in Japan, ser. no. Z941349, within a flight case £150-250 945. Rare set of 1970s Eko K3 bass pedals £100-200 946. Revox A77 reel-to-reel tape recorder £100-150

947. Roland Boss RSD-10 digital sampler/delay unit, with orginal box and instrument manual from 1984 £40-60 948. JBL Control SB-5 Sub bass unit £30-50

949. Yamah EMX 512SC powered mixer £30-50

950. Yamaha AW4416 Pro Audio workstation £100-150 951. Soundcraft Spirit Folio F1 mixing desk £30-50

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945 952. Vintage Bell Model 5005 stereo amplifier £50-80 953. HH Electronics stereo-16 mixer £50-80 954. HH Electronic stereo-12 mixer £50-80 955. HH Electronic stereo-16 mixer £50-80

The next auction of guitars and related items will take place on Wednesday 12th & Thursday 13th June 2019 Entries now Invited


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AUCTION OF

MUSIcAL

INSTRUMENTS FRIDAY 15Th MARCh 2019 AT

10 AM

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CONDITIONs­OF­sAle The Auctioneer acts only as agent for the Seller (unless otherwise specifically declared). Lots sold are likely to have been subject to wear and tear caused by user or the effects of age and may therefore have faults and imperfections. Buyers are given ample opportunity at viewing times to examine lots to be sold and will be assumed to have done so. They must rely solely on their own skill or judgement as to whether lots are fit for any particular purpose. 1. Bids

All bids made shall be treated as offers made upon these Conditions of Sale and all persons present are admitted to a sale on the basis that they have notice of these Conditions. 2. Ascertainment of the Buyer

The Buyer shall be the person making the highest bid which is acceptable to the Auctioneer as signified by the fall of the hammer. No bid may be retracted. In the case of a dispute the Auctioneer may either declare the purchaser or put the lot up again. 3. Auctioneer's discretion

The Auctioneer has sole discretion, (a) to refuse any bid, (b) to advance the bidding as he may decide, (c) to withdraw or divide any lot or combine one lot with another or others, (d) to exclude any person from the auction rooms, and (e) to require pre-payment in full. 4. Reserves and Seller's right to bid

Lots put up for sale are subject, (a) to any reserve price imposed by the Seller, (b) the right of the Auctioneer to bid on behalf of the Seller, and (c) where no reserve has been imposed (but in no other case) for the Seller to bid personally or through any one agent. It is the responsibility of the Seller to ensure any reserves are received by the Auctioneer. 5. Buyer's Duties

The Buyer shall forthwith or as soon as possible after the sale, (a) supply his name and address, (b) supply, if so required, bank or other suitable references, (c) pay the full purchase price in a way acceptable to the Auctioneer, notwithstanding any prior arrangement for advance payment required by the Auctioneer, and (d) on proof of payment clear the lots purchased by the times specified. Lots may not be cleared during the sale except by permission of the Auctioneer. 6. Payments

Methods of payment include direct bank transfer, debit card, credit card, cash to a maximum of £9000, Building Society cheque or Banker's draft. Cheques will only be accepted when supported by a guarantee card. For fraud protection we no longer accept payments by credit or debit cards for ‘Customer not Present’ transactions. Card payments at the saleroom will be accepted but must be supported by Chip and PIN. Card payments for live internet bidding will only be accepted if they have been AVS and 3D Secure authorised with a maximum transaction value of £500. All payments accepted at the discretion of the auctioneer. 7. Liability of the Auctioneer and Sellers

Subject to Condition 8: (a) faults and imperfections (if any) are not stated in the catalogue and neither the Seller nor the Auctioneer is responsible for any defects whatsoever, (b) no warranty is given or authorised to be given by the Seller or the Auctioneer with regard to any lot other than the Seller's right to sell it, (c) any express or implied conditions or warranties relating to description or quality, are hereby excluded. 8. Catalogue Descriptions

Descriptive statements contained in the advertisements or catalogues or made up by the Auctioneer or any member of his staff should be taken as matters of opinion only and shall not be taken as statement of fact. i) Items in the catalogue are sold as seen. Where possible significant damage is mentioned, but this does not include all faults and imperfections. The absence of such reference does not imply that the lot is in good condition or free from restoration or repair. Condition reports are available upon request ii) ’Inscribed’ or ‘Signed’ does not imply that the lot is wholly or partly by that maker 9. Forgeries

Notwithstanding Conditions 6 and 7, if the Auctioneer receives notice in writing from the Buyer WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE SALE that in his opinion a lot is a forgery (as defined in Condition 12) and on giving such notification the lot in question is returned to the Auctioneer at his working premises in the same condition as when bought, then if on considering such evidence as the Buyer supplies to prove his assertion, the Auctioneer decides that the lot is a forgery the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price repaid to the Buyer. 10. Property in lots and risk

The Buyer shall not become the owner of any lot, and the Auctioneer shall have a lien thereon, until the Buyer has discharged the purchase price in full together with any other charges due, but after the fall of the hammer the risk of damage or loss shall nevertheless be the Buyer's. 11. The Premium

The Buyer shall pay to the Auctioneer a premium of 20% of the hammer price together with VAT on such premium. Additional premium of 2.5% + VAT of the hammer price will be incurred when bidding via the online platform 'GH Live' Live bidding will also available via the-saleroom.com, additional premium of 4.95% + VAT at the imposed rate will be incurred on the hammer price. 12. Default by Buyer

If the Buyer fails to make payment in a way acceptable to the Auctioneer or to remove any lot or lots bought by him within 7 days of the auction or in any other material respect fail to comply with these conditions, the Auctioneer shall have the right, (a) to resell the lot or lots by public auction or otherwise without notice to the Buyer, and if any deficiency arises on such resale, after deducting the Auctioneer's full costs and expenses, the Buyer shall be responsible to the Auctioneer therefore (but any net surplus to be the Seller's) or, alternatively, (b) to store the lot at the Auctioneer's premises or elsewhere and to release the lot to the Buyer only after payment in full of the purchase price together with any other charges due. The Auctioneer reserves the right to charge storage of 50p per lot per day on any lot or lots uncleared by the time specified together with any removal expenses. In addition, interest will be charged at 2.5% per month or part thereof (34.4% APR) on any accounts that remain unpaid in part or full 1 week after the sale. Interest and storage will be charged from the date of sale. In addition, the Buyer shall be liable for all legal and court costs incurred by the

Auctioneers in pursuit of payment from the Buyer. The Auctioneer reserves the right to refuse any cheques and will not release lots purchased until evidence has been received that any cheque accepted has been cleared. 13. Release of Goods

Payment and clearance should be made within seven days after the sale. Goods will not be released until fully payment has been received and a paid invoice produced. For clients arranging courier or third party collection: written instruction must be received by the purchaser; identification will be requested from the courier and their vehicle’s registration number taken. For security purposes our premises are monitored by 24 hour CCTV 14. Definitions and interpretation

In these conditions: (a) Reference to the 'the Auctioneer' shall be taken to mean the firm of Gardiner Houlgate or any director, partner or employee thereof at the time of sale; (b) Buyers shall be deemed to be the principals unless to the prior knowledge of the Auctioneer they are acting as agent on behalf of a named principal; (c) 'Forgery' means a lot (i) which is so constituted as deliberately to deceive when considered in the light of its catalogue description, and (ii) whose value as such is materially less that if it had complied with the catalogue description; (d) The Interpretation Act 1978 shall apply to the general construction of terms and expressions used in these Conditions as if contained in a statute. 15. Law and Jurisdiction

These Conditions of sale are subject to English law, which shall apply to their construction as well as their effect. The Seller and Buyer agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts. 16. What is Temporary Importation?

Temporary Importation is a system that applies to lots which have been imported for sale from outside the EU. It allows the point of importation to be delayed until after the sale at auction. These lots are indicated in catalogues by the use of the following symbol *

Only the Hammer Price will be treated as the import price and the Buyer’s Premium will be subject to UK domestic VAT at 20%. So whilst the Hammer Price will continue to be charged with Import VAT at 5% or 20” as appropriate, the Buyer’s Premium will always be charged with domestic VAT at 20% Lots subject to Temporary Importation will be offered under the Auctioneer’s Margin Scheme and will be subject to import VAT of either 5% or 20% on the buyer’s Premium. Anyone who wishes to buy outside the Margin Scheme should notify us immediately. An invoice under the normal VAT rules and charging VAT at 20% on both Hammer and Premium will then be issued

Temporary Importation should affect only private individual buyers who are resident within the EU. Anyone who is registered for VAT in the EU should be able to recover the VAT on the Buyer’s Premium either on their VAT returns or through the 8th Directive Refund Scheme. Any non-EU buyer who exports the lots from the EU will be able to have the VAT refunded provided the appropriate export regulations are complied with 17. Property sold with a * Symbol

These items have been imported from outside the EU to be sold at auction under temporary importation. When Gardiner Houlgate releases such property to buyers in the UK, the buyer will become the importer and must pay Gardiner Houlgate import VAT at 5% on the Hammer Price

These lots will be invoiced under the Auctioneer’s Margin Scheme. Gardiner Houlgate must bear VAT on the Buyer’s Premium and hence charge an amount in lieu of VAT at 20% on this Premium. This amount will form part of the Buyer’s Premium on our invoice and will not be separately identified VAT registered buyers from the EU should note that the import VAT charged on property released in the UK cannot be cancelled or refunded by Gardiner Houlgate VAT registered buyers from the UK should note that the invoice issued by Gardiner Houlgate for these items is not suitable evidence in respect of import VAT

VAT registered buyers from the EU countries may be able to seek repayment of the import VAT paid by applying to HM Revenue and Customs. On request, immediately after the sale, the office can either ask HM Revenue and Customs to generate a C79 certificate (for UK buyers), or obtain a copy of the import C88 (for other EU VAT registered buyers), which may be used to claim recovery of the VAT. Otherwise Gardiner Houlgate may re-invoice the lot and charge VAT at 20% on both the Hammer Price and the Premium and provide a tax invoice to the buyer 18. CITES Restrictions

As of 2 January 2017, new laws came into effect to control the import and export of all items made with rosewood. Any lots containing any amount of rosewood will therefore be subject to restrictions when exporting outside of the EU. It will be the buyer’s responsibility to make sure that the relevant paperwork is in place before shipping Some lots are sold with CITES article 10 certificates, allowing the commercial use of an item containing an endangered species. Lots subject to this are marked in the catalogue 19. Gemstones

Many gemstones have been treated in various ways to enhance their appearance. For example, sapphires and rubies are routinely heat treated and emerald treated with oils and resins. Some stones may require re-treating or oiling periodically. Enhancement affects market value and all Gardiner Houlgate estimates assume that gemstones may have been enhanced, in any case all lots are sold as seen and purchasers are deemed to have satisfied themselves as to condition and any possibly treatment of stones 20. Artists Resale Rights (or Droit de Suite)

On certain lots marked in the catalogues and which are sold for a hammer price of 1000 Euros or greater (converted into the currency of the sale using The Design and Artists Copyright Society threshold calculator on the date of the Sale) the Additional Premium will be the percentage of the amount of the Hammer Price calculated as follows: 0-50,000 Euros 4%

50,000.01 to 200,000 3%

200,000.01 to 350,000 1%

350,000.01 to 500,000 0.5% Exceeding 500,000 0.25%


G ARDINER H OULGATE T H E B A T H A U C T I O N RO O M S DIRECTIONS TO OUR CORSHAM HEADQUARTERS M4 From

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J18

Bristol

A350 From

Chippenham

Cross Keys

Chippenham

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Corsham

A4 Hare & Hounds

Bath From

Bath

On the A4 from Bath or Chippenham turn off at the mini roundabout by the Hare & Hounds Pub towards Corsham town centre, turn immediately right at the next mini roundabout into Valley Road. After one mile cross narrow railway bridge and round right angle bend. Turn left after 600 yards into Leafield Industrial Estate.

Go straight through the estate and take the last turning on the right beforemeeting the public road again, just past Linpac and opposite Corsham Print. The Bath Auction Rooms are at the end of the road facing you. Total time from Junction 17 足 10足15 minutes Total time from central Bath 足 15 minutes

Corsham

A4

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Corsham Print

Neston

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