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    Steve Cropper Owned, Played and Signed 1982 Fender '52 USA Re-issue Telecaster Butterscotch Blonde Solid Body Electric Guitar, Serial # 1548. One of the best re-issue guitars from Fender owned and signed by the legendary founder of Booker T and the M.G.s, Steve Cropper. AS house at Staxx, Cropper played on Otis Redding's "Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay" which he also co-wrote with Redding. Cropper also recorded the guitar parts for Sam and Dave's hit "Soul Man"...all before making an appearance as Guitar Steve, a member of The Blues Brothers Band. The guitar itself has aged very well with minor wear. Photo documentation is included. Original hard case included. Condition: Good. From the Southside Collection. Price Guide Value $3,000

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    October, 2015
    24th Saturday
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