Larry Magid's first contact with The Who was their U.S. debut performance of Tommy at the Electric Factory in 1969: "It was mesmerizing. Keith Moon drummed so fast that his sticks kept flying out of his hands into the audience. He grabbed another set, pulsing to a violent end until he knocked over his drums, and Pete Townshend, in his white jumpsuit, smashed his guitar onstage...The show built to an explosion to make a point. It had to be emphatic—literally an explosion. The Who may have been the best band ever—they truly embodied the spirit of the music and the times."
Larry's gorgeous signed guitar from a 1980s Electric Factory Concerts show features the gold-Sharpie signatures of Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend (personalized, "Thanks for all the luggage") and John Entwistle (personalized).
This item has a reserve. Estimated value ($7,500-$12,500).
Please Note: Every single autograph in the Larry Magid Collection was obtained first-hand by Magid during personal, concert-related interactions with the legendary musicians themselves. Every single autograph comes with Larry’s signed LOA attesting to its authenticity, as well as a Full LOA from JSA. Each signed guitar is in unplayed NM condition and comes in a zipper guitar case.