A 1969 Fender Twin Reverb amplifier belonging to Jimi Hendrix is auctioning at The Fame Bureau in London on December 4.
The amp, which is valued at £20,000-40,000 ($32,404-64,808), was used in the legendary musician's last sessions in July 1970 at the Electric Ladyland Studios in New York.
Hendrix tragically died of an overdose in September 1970.
Last year, a Hendrix-played black Fender Stratocaster from his iconic appearance at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967, when he appeared to set fire to it, auctioned for £180,000 ($287,500).
Famously he switched the guitar, setting fire to a cheaper model, which ironically sold for $495,292 in 2002.
A Gibson ES 345 Stereo guitar in cherry red, owned by Paul McCartney during his time in Wings, is valued at £15,000-25,000 ($24,303-40,505).
The guitar was presented to Jimmy McCullough, McCartney's protege who played lead guitar in Wings from 1974-1977.
We have this signed photograph of Paul McCartney for sale.
A 1958 Gretsch Chet Atkins Country Gentleman guitar owned by the Monkees' Mike Nesmith, and signed by all four members of the band, is valued at £10,000-15,000 ($16,202-24,303).
Gretsch were the official musical sponsors of the Monkees, who started out as the stars of their self-titled TV show in 1966.
They went on to become one of the most successful pop groups of all time, going on to sell over 50m records worldwide.
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