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Gary Moore Guitar To Be Auctioned

06/13/2016
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Gary Moore

(hennemusic) A collection of guitars and amplifiers owned by the late Gary Moore will be auctioned off in London later this month. More than 35 pieces will be available June 29 via Bonhams Entertainment Memorabilia sale at the auctioneer's location in Knightsbridge, London.

Moore made a name for himself in the late 1960s with the Dublin-based Skid Row before following bass player Phil Lynott in 1974 to play with classic rockers Thin Lizzy.

Throughout his career, Moore recorded numerous solo albums, and shared the stage with the likes of B.B. King, Albert King, Jack Bruce, Albert Collins and George Harrison.

"Before his death, Gary Moore had amassed an incredible collection of instruments," says Stephen Maycock, Bonhams Entertainment Memorabilia consultant specialist. "Some 35 guitars, as well as a selection of vintage amplifiers, will be offered at auction for the first time in Bonhams Entertainment Memorabilia sale. As you'd expect from such a great musician, there's a lot of interesting guitars in the collection, including several Gibson Les Paul models." Read more here.

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