You are looking at Jon Clark holding his one of a kind Valley Arts Custom Pro that Jon used on Michael Jackson’s “Bad” tour. Built in 1985-6, by Mike McGuire at the Valley Arts shop on Ventura Blvd., in Studio City, CA. This is truly a one off instrument. Mike made these guitars to order. It is an original Custom Pro. The body is Koa and has a Birdseye maple neck, Ebony fingerboard, EMG p/u’s with a special pre-amp that a Valley Arts tech added for Michael Jackson’s tour, a brass pick guard and gold hardware. It comes with the original gig bag and some picks from the tour. It also comes with detailed letter from Jon and photos of Jon with the guitar on stage with Michael on the Bad tour. Please call or email for price.
This EVH Art Series Charvel, serial # 33, is from the first run of Ed’s creations in 2004 and is in the same condition as the day Ed used it. The guitar comes from the original owner and was never used or played. Ed used this guitar live on 9-16-04 in Jacksonville Florida and it comes with all of the original paperwork and case. You dont see these 2004′s coming up for sale! Please call or email for price.
Phil used this guitar on the 1992-1993 Adrenalize tour and the guitar was featured in the Heaven Is video. It is also featured in the November 1992 issue of Guitar School and 7-Day Weekend Tour Book. Stan Schiller verified that this is the first original Adrenalize logo Jackson that he designed and it has a glow-in-the-dark Jackson logo. The guitar is in excellent condition considering that it was a stage used guitar. It comes with copies of the original order forms, spec sheets, and documents from Jackson. A copy of the Fed Ex Airbill from Stan and three photos of Phil with the guitar are included.
This was custom made for Steve by Grover Jackson and was used during the 80′s while he was with David Lee Roth. This guitar is the one used on the songs “I’m Easy,” “Ladies Nite In Buffalo” and a few things on other recording during that period. It was taken on tour and used a bit on the “Eat ‘Em and Smile” tour. The rear pickup was changed at some point in time. This is one of Steve’s favorite guitars.