The Beatles’ Ringo Starr, 83, reunited with John Lennon’s long-lost guitar | Music | Entertainment | EUROtoday

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After virtually 60 years, John Lennon’s long-lost Framus 12-string Hootenanny acoustic guitar has been discovered.

The Beatles legend’s instrument, which he used through the recordings of the Help! album and movie, was not too long ago found in a British attic.

Expected to interrupt the world document for the highest-selling Beatles guitar at public sale, the piece of rock historical past has been reunited with Sir Ringo Starr at his Los Angeles dwelling.

Pictured with the instrument, the 83-year-old drummer mentioned: “After so many years I’m happy to see this guitar again, thanks to a little ‘Help’ from my friends at Julien’s [Auctions].”

Beatles followers can view the guitar for themselves in each London and New York over the subsequent couple of weeks.

Lennon’s long-lost guitar will go on show without cost at London’s Hard Rock Cafe Piccadilly Circus from April 23-29. Meanwhile, US followers can view the instrument at Hard Rock Cafe New York from May 22-28.

The piece of rock historical past is then going up for public sale May 29-30 right here.