Eric Clapton's stage-played and studio used "Slowhand" guitar is being auctioned off out of a Bergen County rock-themed shop.
Bidding for the 1954 Fender Stratocaster along with its original case starts at $1 million, according to the Franklin Lakes-based Gotta Have Rock and Roll website.
The guitar's estimated worth is between $1.5 and $2 million, and is part of a "LIVE" collection featuring items from Chris Cornell, Gene Simmons and Chuck Berry.
"This magnificent guitar, heavily used by Clapton both on and off-stage would be the ultimate star in any guitar collection," the site says.
"Clapton acquired this rare non-tremelo 1954 Stratocaster in 1978 -79 and for the next five years it became his main stage slide guitar which he also used in the recording studio."
The letters "TG" on the beck-butt are the initials of Tadeo Gomez, the Fender employee responsible for shaping the neck.
The digits 9-54 indicate the month and the year (September 1954) the neck was completed.
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