CBS Mornings WHAT TO WATCH is helping Robby Krieger hunt down his iconic red Gibson SG Special, a crucial piece of early Doors history. Check out this segment discussing the missing guitar.
CBS Mornings WHAT TO WATCH - Robby Krieger Guitar QuestCBS Mornings WHAT TO WATCH is helping Robby Krieger hunt down his iconic red Gibson SG Special, a crucial piece of early Doors history. Check out this segment discussing the missing guitar.
UPDATE: We’ve now learned that the actual serial number is 88779
If you have a ’63 or ’64 Gibson SG Special, check the back of the neck for serial number 88779. If you find it, and it can be authenticated, we will buy the guitar from you, and will also give you an exclusive hand-signed Gibson SG hand-painted by Robby Krieger, along with an autographed copy of his new book, SET THE NIGHT ON FIRE.
If you think you have Robby's guitar, email us at [email protected]!
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