'It's So Easy...' - to find pleasure and profit in rocker Slash's memorabilia



2015-06-26 12:15:30

'It's So Easy...' - to find pleasure and profit in rocker Slash's memorabilia

Guitars, clothes and jewellery worn by the former Guns 'N' Roses legend are for sale in Beverly Hills

Julien's Auctions, located in Beverly Hills, has announced the sale of exclusive property from legendary guitarist and musician Slash.

Included in the auction are some of the iconic, Grammy-winning, rock guitarist and songwriter's famous guitars, memorabilia, vehicles and personal furniture and dcor from his Hollywood Hills residence.

This is the first time such items from Slash's personal collection have been offered globally for auction. The guitarist cemented his reputation in rockers Guns 'N' Roses in the early-1990s, whose hits included Welcome to the Jungle, Paradise Cityand It's So Easy. He was later the guitarist for Velvet Revolver.

Highlights from the sale include guitars from Slash's fabled personal collection, including a one-of-a-kind custom Stravinski Fender Stratocaster (estimated at $3,000-5,000), a B.C. Rich Red Mockingbird guitar ($2,000-4,000), and two versions of Slash's very own Gibson and Epiphone Slash Les Paul signature model guitars in Tobacco Sunburst ($4,000-6,000).

 Slash's iconic stage worn outfits and, of course, his iconic Les Paul signature model guitar in Tobacco Sunburst are among the sale's highlights

The sale will also offer personal jewellery collected by Slash over the years. Highlights include a diamond encrusted guitar pendant ($12,000-18,000), a Slash Guns N' Roses silver cuff ($600-800), a sterling skull link necklace ($1,000-2,000), and a Cartier Roadstar wristwatch ($4,000-6,000).

Watch this spacefor upcoming news on the sale, which is set to be held at Julien's on the afternoon ofMarch 26 (Pacific Standard Time). Meanwhile, see our '

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