A 1934 National Trojan which sold for $14,640
A 2004 Martin 000-ECHF Bellezza Bianca which sold for $42,700
The recent Eric Clapton guitar and amp auction at Bonhams New York raised $2.15 million for the Crossroads Centre drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility
A 2008 Fender Stratocaster Eric Clapton Signature Model which sold for $51,240
A 1966 Fender Super Reverb which sold for $30,500
A pair of 1997 Fender Twin Amps which sold for $42,700
Everything that went under the hammer at the recent sale of guitars and amps at Bonhams in aid of Eric Clapton's Crossroads Centre was sold, bringing in three times the amount expected. For the first time, the legendary musician offered amps and cabinets from his own collection, including a 1966 Fender Super Reverb. The sale also included instruments from Fender, Music Man, Gibson and Martin as well as memorabilia and collectibles, and attracted fans from all over the world, hoping to take home a piece of Clapton history.
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