The Traveling Wilburys Band Signed Schecter Bluesman Custom Classic Styled Electric Guitar

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Signed by:

George Harrison, Roy Orbison, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, and Jeff Lynne

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SKU: 43473


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Explore a rare gem for music enthusiasts – a Schecter Bluesman custom classic styled electric guitar signed by iconic musicians George Harrison, Roy Orbison, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, and Jeff Lynne of the legendary supergroup, the Traveling Wilburys. Discover this unique piece of music history and memorabilia.

According to Wikipedia, the British-American supergroup was active from 1988 to 1991 and consisted of Bob DylanGeorge HarrisonJeff LynneRoy Orbison and Tom Petty. They were a roots rock band and described as “perhaps the biggest supergroup of all time”.

Originating from an idea discussed by Harrison and Lynne during the sessions for Harrison’s 1987 album Cloud Nine, the band formed in April 1988 after the five members united to record a bonus track for Harrison’s next European single. When this collaboration, “Handle with Care”, was deemed too good for such a limited release, the group agreed to record a full album, titled Traveling Wilbury’s Vol. 1. Following Orbison’s death in December 1988, the Wilburys continued as a quartet and released a second album, titled Travelin Wilburys Vol. 3, in 1990.

In the Rolling Stone Press book The New Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll, the Traveling Wilburys are described as “the ultimate supergroup”, with a line-up that represented four eras of rock music history and included “three indisputable gods” in Dylan, Harrison and Orbison. The editors also recognise the band as “the antithesis of a supergroup”, due to the musicians’ adoption of fraternal alter egos and the humour inherent in the project. AllMusic managing editor Stephen Thomas Erlewine has similarly written: “It’s impossible to picture a supergroup with a stronger pedigree than that (all that’s missing is a Rolling Stone).