Neal Schon To Go "Separate Ways" With 112 Guitars In Auction
by Gary Stuckey
"I love collecting and it's had it's time...." Neal Schon
Journey guitarist Neal Schon is going to auction off some of his most memorable guitars ever during
an auction that will run online from July 12th to July 31st through Heritage Auctions.
Included in the 112 guitar sale are the 1977 Gibson Les Paul deluxe, which can be heard on songs
like "Don't Stop Believin' and Who's Cryin' Now.
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Schon used that guitar during the Escape Tour and can be seen jamming with it during the 1981 MTV
Another special guitar that fans appreciate and collectors would love to have, is the 1974 Guild
accoustic guitar that Schon used when he wrote "Patiently" with former Journey singer Steve Perry.
It was their first song that they worked on together. Schon pointed out on twitter that this guitar was
also used to write the song "Wheel In the Sky."
Schon posted on Facebook:
"This Guild acoustic guitar has quite a history. It was my travel room guitar a lot of the time used mainly to write on but then ended up in the studio and many live performances with Journey Infinity /Evolution /Departure & Escape
Schon commented about another amazing guitar.
"This guitar that’s also up for auction is the guitar that was on #1 single “When you love a Woman” and used exclusively on the last album we did with Steve Perry “Trial by Fire” I just changed from 3 humbucker’s to 2 ."
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