Duane Allman’s 1968 Fender Rosewood Telecaster (Prototype)
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Duane was seen playing this guitar briefly during a gig played at the Schaefer Music Festival on August 5, 1970. At that time the guitar belonged to Delaney Bramlett who previously got it from George Harrison in 1969. It was the guitar that George used in the Let it Be movie, and during the Abbey Road studio sessions.
Bramlett owned the guitar until 2003, or two years after George died. It was then put on an auction, and was purchased by Harrison’s widow, Olivia, for more than $470,000.
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