MORGION Auctioning Off Recording/Touring Guitar

Californian death-doomsters MORGION are auctioning off a Les Paul Special Ebony Worn guitar used to write material and record their latest album, "Cloaked by Ages, Crowned in Earth", as well as during live performances on MORGION's "Doomination of Europe 2003" tour, and, most recently, at Canada's Northern Lights Festival.

"This is a great guitar, and has been very worthy and dependable for live shows and the new MORGION album," commented MORGION's Gary Griffith. "All the same, I am going back to my original seven-string configurations, which I am much more accustomed to. Rather than let it collect dust in the studio, like my seven strings over the last couple years, I'm offering it to the masses."

The auction ends July 8. Go to the auction page at this location.


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