Kurt Cobain 1965 Miniature Guitar Replica By Axman
This is our miniature guitar tribute to the famous acoustic guitar played by Kurt Cobain during the MTV unplugged series in 1993. The guitar recently sold at auction for a record $6 million beating the previous record which was $3.95 million for David Gilmours Black guitar.
When Grunge burst forth from a cold, grey Seattle in the early 1990s to save Rock music, (not to mention the Ozone Layer) from the scourge of Hair Metal, no band led the charge more effectively than Nirvana.
Born Feb 29th 1967 and sadly died by suicide a mere 27 years later on April 5th 1994, Kurt Donald Cobain was guitarist, frontman and chief songwriter of arguably the most influential band since The Beatles.
Nirvana were anything but your run-of-the-mill conventional Rock band and Kurt Cobain was never one for using conventional or standard guitars. Being left handed he never found it easy to find suitable instruments and as a consequence nearly all of his guitars were modified or customised in some way or other.
Each Order Includes:
Handmade Mini Guitar
Mini Guitar Stand
Artist Name Plate with 2 Acrylic Stands
Body and Neck: Wood
Detail and finish: Plastic and Metal
Height: 10 inches/25cm approx
This is an unlicensed, handmade miniature replica guitar. It is for display purposes only and cannot be played.