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Guitars were a major component of the "rock and roll" image created by Elvis Presley in the 1950s ...
The electric guitar that Elvis Presley used to launch his iconic comeback has been sold for £450,000 at auction, it was revealed on was revealed US-based GWS Auctions that the lipstick...
March 30, 2021. UPDATE: A prior version of this story stated that the guitar sold for $500,e semi-hollow body electric guitar played by Elvis Presley during his 1968 comeback performance has sold at auction for $625,000, the auction house revealed S Auctions reported that the lipstick red Hagstrom Viking II guitar had sold just over two weeks after being made available to the highest bidder.
The Epiphone Elvis Presley EJ-200E is a jumbo acoustic-electric guitar released in cooperation and under license with Elvis Presley Enterprises. A faithful reproduction of Elvis' famous customized 1956 J-200 jumbo acoustic guitar, the Epiphone EJ-200E brings this guitar into the 21st century with the addition of Epiphone's eSonic preamp and pickup system.
Elvis Presley ’s iconic Hagstrom Viking II, which appeared in the 1968 Comeback Special, has sold for $500,000 at e guitar was listed last month on Kruse GWS Auctions’ Artifacts of Hollywood & Music auction with a starting bid of $250,000.
From his iconic first album cover to his many movies, from the ’68 Special to “Aloha from Hawaii,” from Graceland to Vegas, Elvis always had a guitar nearby, and he was always ready to play. He enjoyed playing both the guitar and bass guitar. Elvis received his first guitar when he was 11, and for many years, that was his only guitar.