Signed on the reverse of the leather strap pin end, "To Debbie With Love Jimi Hendrix" The band plays at Sacramento State College, supported by Soft Machine and The Creators. A light show by Simultaneous Avalanche is also part of the show. Karen Vitlip interviews The Experience for The Sacramento Union (February 10), and Debbie Smith interviews them for Teenset (July 1968).
Ringo Starr Owned/ Played Tambourines and Drum in Rishikesh 1968
2 tambourines & 1 drum, owned and played by Ringo in Rishikesh 1968, abandoned when the band left in a hurry, provenance by the Maharishi & complete with COA. Bear in mind that most of the material on the white album were written in Rishikesh, these are the only percussion items available to Ringo at the time
1974 George Harrison's Clock From His Office At Dark Horse Records
This is a very rare item, it is in fact, the only one in the world, this is George's own clock from his office at Dark Horse Records. Dark Horse was distributed by Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss's A&M Record Company, situated in the old Charlie Chaplin studios on La Brea Avenue in Hollywood. Ironically, George himself didn't sign with his own label until two years later in 1976, the clock is working perfectly and is a 100% replication of the company's original logo.
This bag was the property of John Lennon from 1964 until 1971, Lennon gifted the bag to Mal Evans in 1971, the bag was managed by Mal on a daily basis and contained whatever cocktail of drugs the band wanted on hand at any given time, it traveled everywhere with the band. Provenance is a letter signed by Mal Evans on Apple stationery, the bag was taken to Greece when the band decided to buy a Greek Island, inside the bag is an unpublished image of the bands last day in Greece.
2011 Dean USA Custom Shop John Entwistle Spider Bass Prototype
Dean guitars USA worked in conjunction with the estate of John Entwistle to create this signature spider bass, only 25 guitars were built for worldwide distribution, this example is the 26th (or minus 1 if you prefer it was created first as a prototype).The build quality and timber choice are far superior to the production models. This very instrument was played live by Elliot Dean Rubinson himself prior to his untimely death, It was also owned and played live with the Michael Schenker group by renowned bass player Chris Glen, the bass has featured on many live shows, photoshoots, videos and albums, it is in excellent original condition with full documentation and original hardshell case with tour stickers and luggage tags.