George Michael Autographed Electric Guitar
George Michael shot to fame as part of the music duo Wham! As one of the best-selling British artists of all time he sold more than 100 million records worldwide. In 2004, the Radio Academy named Michael the most played artist on British radio during the period 1984–2004. He tragically passed away in December 2016.
The guitar is a black elevation stratocaster electric, in perfect condition. The guitar was signed on September17th 2012, outside the Hyatt hotel in Birmingham. It will come with a photo taken at the exact time of George signing.
The guitar is in fully working condition. This is a truly unique item for any Wham! fan.
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