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    2003 Hootenanny: Stray Cats/X/Cadillac Tramps Signed Gretsch Guitar. This black Gretsch G1910 Electromatic Double Jet was signed at The Hootenanny Festival in Fullerton, California, July 5 and 6, 2003. The guitar has been signed beautifully on the front by Brian Setzer, Slim Jim Phantom, and Lee Rocker of the Stray Cats at their first gig together in 12 years. The back is signed by: D.J. Bonebrake (X), Exene Cervenka (Original Sinners, X), John Doe (Original Sinners, X), Sam Soto (Original Sinners), Shaun Nourse, Jason Edge (Original Sinners), Dave J. Carpenter (w/ bass symbol), John Bazz, Matthew S.B. (Cadillac Tramps), Kenny Wessel (Crank Williams), Brandon (Graveyard Farmers). It is also signed on one side by Phil Alvin of The Blasters. Included with the guitar is a gig bag, an official "BAND/SET LIST", Parking Pass, "ALL ACCESS" wrist pass, and the Hootenanny 2003 Program.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2004
    17th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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