The final round of Nash2o auctions ends this Saturday, (January 8), benefitting flood victims and featuring several stunning pieces.
The star of this round is the Lucite Esquire, built by Fender especially for for Nash2o and filled with actual Cumberland River flood water (see the feature in the February issue of <em>VG</em>).
Other new instruments in this round include a gorgeous Collings 360 electric, a PRS DGT solidbody signed by Paul Reed Smith, and a Martin acoustic. You can also bid on one of Tommy Emmanuel’s favorite acoustic, a century-old mando from Marty Stuar, as well as flood-damaged pieces with serious history behind them; Brent Mason’s ’67 Rickenbacker 12-string, a one-off Tele made for Vince Gill by Steve Ripley, an early-’60s Framus Florida archtop owned by songwriter John Hiatt, and more. Check out the worthy cause and cool axes by clicking the "Auctions" button at www.nash2o.org. To read the February ’11 feature, go to or read it at http://www.vintageguitar.com/newswire/detail.asp?newsID=2802).