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Rock News: George Harrison's auction blues.
It is not often that the public has a chance at purchasing Rock n Roll history. Then again it is not often that the public turns down the opportunity as well. 

That's what happened on August 19th at the Bonhams Auction house in London when auction goers came up short on the expected selling price for George Harrison's famous Fender Rosewood guitar. This was the same guitar Harrison was playing when the Beatles last performed in public together. It was also used on the Abby Road and Let it Be sessions. Unfortunately, no one was buying. When the final bid ended at 100,000 pounds, ($160,000 US)  the seller of the famous guitar, Delaney Bramlett, pulled the plug. The expected price was about double the highest bid. 

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