1991 Tom Anderson Grand Am (previously owned by Geoff Whitehorn!)

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Usually I never, ever buy guitars with Floyd Rose, Kahler or similar vibrato systems - but for obvious reasons, I had to make an exception with this one - see video! + + + "1991 Tom Anderson Grand Am - Solid Flame Maple, HSS - owned by guitarist Geoff Whitehorn and used extensively with Paul Rodgers. The guitar can be seen in the Rockpalast gig 1995 - It has original (toured) case and letter of providence signed by Geoff. It is in very good condition with only a few minor marks or play and some fading of gold hardware. + + + 1991 model - previously owned by Geoff Whitehorn. Highly figured maple body, recessed Kahler Steeler bridge, hard rock maple neck, rosewood fretboard. Includes original hard case (well toured). This is a very special Tom Anderson Grand Am from 1991, it was previously owner by guitarist Geoff Whitehorn and was one of his main touring guitars for many years. Due to this the guitar is a well used example, with buckle rash to the rear of the guitar and playing marks to the front. There are no major dings or chips to the body, the hardcase is a well used and toured example. Geoff Whitehorn has contributed to the recordings and performances of artists, such as Bad Company Jethro Tull, Kevin Ayers, Elkie Brooks, The Who, Roger Waters, Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Paul McCartney, Billy Ocean and Paul Rodgers. In 2007, he worked with Elkie Brooks on her UK tour. Since then Geoff has played regularly with Gambler and, more recently, The Strumbums. Year: 1991. Body finish: Cherry Burst. Body wood: figured maple. Neck wood: hard rock maple. Fingerboard: rosewood. Neck finish: matching headstock, satin back. Nut width : 1 11/16". Frets: heavy. Hardware: gold. Bridge: recessed Kahler Steeler. Pickups : Tom Anderson SK1R SK1 H2+ "

SOLD 2198.00 EUR