The 1967 Fender Telecaster guitar, owned by a member of the street crew who used work with the bands, has been put up for public sale as a part of a Rock and Retro sale by Staceys Auctioneers in Rayleigh.
Auctioneer and valuer Rob Smee hopes the guitar will promote for between £5,000 and £7,000… if no more.
He mentioned: “I’m actually assured the guitar will do nicely at public sale as a result of it’s received such a beautiful native curiosity it.
“The gentleman who’s promoting the guitar was with Dr Feelgood from the primary flush of their success and he later went on have a profession in music with the Divine Comedy for about 30 years.”
Though the guitar’s proprietor wished stay nameless, he was ready fill Mr Smee in about a few of the well-known musicians who’ve beforehand performed the guitar.
Mr Smee mentioned: “It has been utilized by varied in style and well-known musicians.
“Neil Hannon from the Divine Comedy performed it at one level.
“Lee Brilleaux, from the Canvey band Dr Feelgood, additionally performed it; he was their lead singer however did use the guitar.
“One other musician get their palms on the guitar was Peter Perrett, who was a guitarist with a band known as the Solely Ones, who had an enormous hit with One other Woman, One other Planet.
“There was additionally Roman Jugg, from the Damned, and Warren Kennedy, from Eddie and the Sizzling Rods, which was additionally a band from Canvey.”
The guitar, a 1967 mannequin which was resprayed Fiesta pink within the Seventies, comes with a tough carry case.
Will probably be supplied as a part of a group of Dr Feelgood memorabilia within the auctioneers’ Rock and Retro sale in September and will likely be on view on January 21, 22 and 23 from 10am 4pm.
Mr Smee added: “With a pre public sale estimate of £5,000 £7,000 this lovely and uncommon instrument is bound conjure up reminiscences and is a should have for any severe collector.”
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