Bei der Versteigerung von Musikmemorabilia bei Juliens gibts Kurt Cobains kaputtgehauene Gitarre zu kaufen:
An Aria Pro II Cardinal Series broken guitar body, natural wood finish, played by Kurt Cobain and smashed at the Motorsports International Garage Show in Seattle on September 22, 1990. Cobain first played the guitar on stage at The Masquerade in Atlanta on May 6, 1990, and he played the guitar throughout Nirvana's summer tour, until he smashed it at the Motorsports event, which Nirvana headlined.
Cobain played the guitar in 1990 when Nirvana was just gaining prominence, and the Motorsports show with 1,500 people was the largest audience that Nirvana had played for at that point. It was Nirvana's one show where Dan Peters of Mudhoney played drums, and Dave Grohl, who would join Nirvana as drummer, was at the event as well. Cobain played his Mosrite Gospel guitar for most of the set, then switched to the Aria Pro II for the climactic last song. He spins the guitar in the air for a few minutes before repeatedly smashing it and picking it back up.
The broken guitar was acquired by Richard Newland, who worked security at the event. At the end of the show, Cobain asked if he could remove the pickups from the guitar, to which Newland agreed, and the body of the guitar as it stands now is thus bare. The guitar has remnants of two strings, "Nirvana" carved into the back of what is left of the neck (presumably done by Cobain), and the serial number 20111650.
Ansonsten kann man dort 'ne Kurt Cobain Tribute-Bank käuflich erwerben oder das Tricicle von den Jackson 5, Elvis' und John Lennons Brille, Bowie-Negative, Queen-Dias, schicke signierte Poster, Springsteen-Kontaktabzüge, Ozzy Osbournes Sessel, Pete Townshends Gitarrensaiten, vintage Zappa-Fotos und Frank Sinatras Fingerabdrücke, man beachte die erhobene Anklage:
His alleged conviction was for engaging in sexual intercourse under promise of marriage with an unmarried woman of good repute. (via Ronny)