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A red Framus Acoustic guitar signed on the bottom right hand corner of the body in blue ballpoint pen, “Thanks for everything from Elvis Presley”, also signed on the back of the body by Elvis and his father Vernon.

The signed guitar was given by Elvis to his co-star in the movie, “Easy Come, Easy Go”

Elvis was known for playing Framus guitars, and he particularly liked this one. Charlie Hodge says, “I hereby confirm that I do remember this guitar to be Elvis’. The Framus guitar was used by Elvis at his home in Los Angeles in the mid sixties. I also played this guitar while singing Harmony with Elvis.”

Good condition.


Charlie Hodge Letter of Authenticity, a Vince Everett Letter of Authenticity, a Andy Schroer Letter of Authenticity, A Letter of Correspondence from Bill Lynn and a Gotta Have Rock and Roll Certificate of Authenticity.
Elvis Presley Owned, Played & Signed 1960 Red Acoustic “Framus” Guitar (Charlie Hodge)
Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $15,000
Final Bid: $15,000
Estimate: $25,000 - $30,000
Number of Bids:1
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