These Exclusive Guitars Were Created By Clapton, Santana, & More

Aug 26, 2019

Category: Gear

Sometimes, musicians arise who are such influential game-changers that the instruments they play become legends themselves. Well, the folks at Guitar Center clearly understand this, as they’ve called upon some of the greatest living guitarists to help create a collection of exclusive, premium guitars for their Crossroads Collection.

Developed with the help of Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana, and John Mayer, this 5-instrument collection recreates some of the most iconic guitars from the musicians’ careers from the very brands that first built them. That includes Clapton’s Blind Faith-era Fender Telecaster, Santana’s Paul Reed Smith, and John Mayer’s Martin Parlor Acoustic. Better still, each sale will benefit Clapton’s own Crossroads Centre Antigua — a substance addiction treatment center. The pricing of these magnificent instrumental masterpieces ranges between $7,999 to $12,999 and they’re available now.

Purchase: $7,999+

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