Juice night wrote:
I looked at Wikipedia about B.B. King.
It turns out he was against smoking.
I wonder if he returned his guitar to Lucille during his lifetime (they say he announced a $900 thousand reward to get it back)
If he didn’t return it, then who owns it now?
Isn't that why Joe collects guitars, maybe he'll find from maple original Lucille?)
The black Gibson ES-345 prototype was presented to King in 2005 by manufacturers Gibson on his 80th birthday, and was the first in a limited edition of 80.
He used it as his primary guitar until it was stolen in 2009 and traded in at a Las Vegas pawn shop. A guitar collector bought it, and after investigating its provenance, returned it to King later that year.
One of a number of lots from King’s estate in the wake of his death in 2015, the ES-345 prototype nearly tripled its estimated price of $100,000, and other items broke their estimates
When life gives you lemons; don't make lemonade.
Give back the lemons. Why were the lemons free? What's wrong with the lemons?
Do Not trust the lemons...