News of another upcoming guitar auction for you, this one courtesy of the lovely ladies at Buy Once Give Twice.
And this time it will benefit Crisis, the homelessness charity that’s close to David’s heart.
Again, it’s a Fender Stratocaster, but this Fender Stratocaster – get ready for this, folks – has been individually painted by the legendary Gerald Scarfe, best known among Floyd fans for his artwork for ‘The Wall’ album, film and live shows.
It’s also been signed by David and Pink Floyd members past and present.
More details than those given here will follow in due course, but the winning bidder will also become the proud owner of the first edition of a limited edition box set containing eight ‘Wall’ prints, each of which has been signed by Gerald, as well as a signed book.
You have to register your interest in bidding, which you can do by sending an e-mail here. Serious bidders only, please. The closing date has yet to be decided, so do sign up to be kept up-to-date on developments. Of course, I’ll keep any casual observers updated here.
If the cream Strat auctioned in New York last month went for $60,000, what would you expect the winning bidder to pay for this truly unique instrument?