CRADLE OF FILTH Guitarist Auctioning Off Tour Axe

CRADLE OF FILTH guitarist Paul is currently auctioning off a black PRS guitar that has been his main stage guitar all throughout last year (Russian, European tours, Heineken Festival Italy and Ozzfest 2003) and his main backup throughout the autumn 2003 U.S. tour with TYPE O NEGATIVE. In addition, it has made the ride down to the studio for the recording sessions for the group's upcoming CD, "Nymphetamine". "As I have now started playing Ibanez I can no longer play this guitar live, so it would be a shame for it to just lie around gathering dust, so I have decided to sell it," Paul writes on the auction page. "It is a nice sounding guitar which is why I had been trying to keep it, but if it's got to go, it's got to go."

Bidding on the guitar ends tomorrow (April 29) at 11:17 PDT. The starting bid is GBP 750.00 (approximately US $1,343.81). For more information, visit the auction page at this location.

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