Duane Allman's 'Layla' Guitar Just Sold For $1.25 Million At Auction

The guitar that Duane Allman used to record "Layla" with Eric Clapton, just sold at auction for $1.25 million. The 1957 Gibson Les Paul was also Allman's go-to instrument in the early years of The Allman Brothers Band, and can be heard extensively on the band's first two albums - which include the original versions of songs like "Whipping Post" and "Midnight Rider." You can see the auction item listing here.

 

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