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Take Home a Gretsch® Chet Atkins Country Gentleman® Guitar Signed by Lou Reed

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Take home a beautiful Gretsch® Chet Atkins Country Gentleman® Guitar signed by Lou Reed .

This hollow body guitar with a laminated maple body, ebony fingerboard, and 2 TV Jones pickups will always be indelibly linked with the name of Chet Atkins. The attractive and influential Gretsch instrument have also been used by non-country artists such as Lou Reed and John squire of The Stone Roses to wonderful effect.
Donated by: Lou Reed
Additional lot details
  • Guitar will ship from Southern California. Guitar retails for $3,475.00 unsigned.
  • Cannot be resold or re-auctioned.
  • In condition as donated.
  • Cannot be returned or exchanged.
  • Additional shipping charges may apply based upon the location of the winner.
  • Lot #313403
Shipping details

The minimum processing and handling charge for this item is $59.95.

The minimum shipping, handling and applicable insurance charge for non-tangible items is $9.95. Detailed redemption information will be emailed to the winning bidder. The minimum shipping charge for hard copies of tickets and certificates is $14.95. The minimum shipping charge for merchandise is $19.95 (shipments outside the U.S. are subject to additional shipping and customs fees). Tickets, certificates and merchandise are typically shipped with signature required, unless otherwise specified, via professional carrier. In some cases, tickets will be left at the venue's "Will Call" window under the winner's name. Merchandise is insured for the winning amount.

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Take Home a Gretsch® Chet Atkins Country Gentleman® Guitar Signed by Lou Reed

Thu, 26 Jul 2012 2:21:00 PM EDT
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