Eric Clapton Auctioning Off More Of His Guitars

Eric Clapton is once again auctioning off more of his guitars to benefit his Crossroads rehab center on the Caribbean island of Antigua. But unlike the previous auctions where he parted with more than 100, this time it's only two.

The first is the number-three prototype for the Gibson 1964 limited-edition reissue of his 1964 Firebird, which comes with a replica of the guitar strap he used with it and a replica of the original case.

The second guitar is the 50th anniversary Blind Faith Fender Telecaster. This guitar is a recreation, modified with a Stratocaster neck, as used by Eric at the Blind Faith show in London's Hyde Park on June 7th, 1969.

Bidding ends September 20th at midnight ET.

Head text XRoads to 243725 now for auction details and to place a bid.

Clapton is staging another Crossroads Guitar Festival on September 20th and 21st in Dallas.

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