Webb Pierce's Custom Grammer
Webb Pierce was the most successful country singer of the 1950s, with a string of hits that included "There Stands the Glass," "I Ain't Never" and "Slowly" (the first record to feature a pedal steel guitar). He set a standard for opulence, with his flashy stage attire and a silver-dollar studded convertible. This custom Grammer dreadnought guitar, made in the late 1960s, fit right in with Pierce's image.
This guitar (inv. #AM5632) features maple back and sides and a turquoise sunburst finish, Pierce's name inlaid on the fingerboard and engraved on the truss rod cover, and a picture of Pierce on the headstock. It comes with a letter of authenticity from Shelby Singleton, chairman of Sun Record Company. In VG+ condition, with no case, it is offered at $10,000
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