Jeff Buckley Fender Telecaster 1983 For Sale

We are very happy yet a little sad that we now have the honor and privilege of selling Jeff Buckley’s Fender Telecaster 1983.
This Fender Telecaster 1983 was one of Jeff Buckley’s main guitars and he used it throughout his short performing and recording life.
Jeff Buckley was voted the 43rd best singer of all time by the Rolling Stone Magazine.

Jeff Buckley (1966-1997) grew up in California and in 1997 he moved to Tennessee. In Memphis he sadly ended his life, way too soon (at age 30), in a tragic drowning accident while he was waiting for his band members to fly in from New York.
Buckley published his first album “Grace” in 1994 where he among other cover songs made Leonard Cohen’s song “Hallelujah” legendary. He toured both in The States, Europe, Asia and Australia with “Grace” and won several awards for the album.
After finishing his tour in 1996, his second album “My Sweetheart the Drunk” started to take form. In 1997 he moved to Memphis where he went back into the studio to start recording. A three week rehearsal was planned. On May the 29th 1997, while waiting for the band to arrive, Buckley went for a swim – fully dressed – in the Wolf River. He had gone swimming there many times before but this time he did not return from his swim. He was caught in the wake of a passing boat.

Despite of his short career many of his critics have called him the most remarkable musical artist of his generation and even today he is a great source of inspiration to musicians all over the world. We are very honored to have this legendary singer-songwriter’s guitar up for sale and exited about the huge interest the Telecaster has already received.

http://www.vintageandrare.com/product/Fender-Telecaster-Jeff-Buckley-Owned-1983-Butterscotch-15891
VintageandRare.com - sell instruments onlineWe are very happy yet a little sad that we now have the honor and privilege of selling Jeff Buckley’s Fender Telecaster 1983.
This Fender Telecaster 1983 was one of Jeff Buckley’s main guitars and he used it throughout his short performing and recording life.
Jeff Buckley was voted the 43rd best singer of all time by the Rolling Stone Magazine.

Jeff Buckley (1966-1997) grew up in California and in 1997 he moved to Tennessee. In Memphis he sadly ended his life, way too soon (at age 30), in a tragic drowning accident while he was waiting for his band members to fly in from New York.
Buckley published his first album “Grace” in 1994 where he among other cover songs made Leonard Cohen’s song “Hallelujah” legendary. He toured both in The States, Europe, Asia and Australia with “Grace” and won several awards for the album.
After finishing his tour in 1996, his second album “My Sweetheart the Drunk” started to take form. In 1997 he moved to Memphis where he went back into the studio to start recording. A three week rehearsal was planned. On May the 29th 1997, while waiting for the band to arrive, Buckley went for a swim – fully dressed – in the Wolf River. He had gone swimming there many times before but this time he did not return from his swim. He was caught in the wake of a passing boat.

Despite of his short career many of his critics have called him the most remarkable musical artist of his generation and even today he is a great source of inspiration to musicians all over the world. We are very honored to have this legendary singer-songwriter’s guitar up for sale and exited about the huge interest the Telecaster has already received.

http://www.vintageandrare.com/product/Fender-Telecaster-Jeff-Buckley-Owned-1983-Butterscotch-15891
VintageandRare.com - sell instruments online

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