Invest in a Tony Iommi Gibson Guitar

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Gibson Tony Iommi “Monkey” SG Replica Guitar

About the asset

In 2020, legendary guitar company Gibson released a limited edition of 50 guitars that were exact replicas of the axe Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi used in the 1970s. This is the prototype Iommi inspected and approved.

Peach Guitars, out of Colchester, UK, does a great job showing off one of the /50 units.

The original guitar is on display at the NYC Hard Rock Cafe.

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About the drop

This asset will drop on Rally 6 October 2021 with a market cap of $65k and 20% retained equity.

About Tony Iommi and Black Sabbath

Coming out of Birmingham, UK, Black Sabbath are the godfathers of heavy metal, and Tony Iommi is responsible for their iconic sound.

While frontman Ozzy Osbourne is the best known member of the band, Iommi was the only consistent throughout the band’s 49 year history.

Sabbath were originally called the Polka Tulk Blues Band, which quickly and quite sensibly morphed to Earth and was later changed to Black Sabbath after some confusion with a similarly-named band. Boris Karlov’s Black Sabbath was the film at the cinema across the street from their studio at the time.

Black Sabbath sold over 70m records worldwide including more than 15m in the US.

Their album Paranoid changed music forever,” and was named one of the top 100 albums of all time.

Iommi lost his fingertips in an industrial accident when he was seventeen, which contributes to his unique sounds. He’s recognised as one of the top 25 guitarists of all time and is heavily credited by Metallica and others for defining the genre.

Watch Tony riff.

He (and the rest of the band) also did a sh-tload of drugs.

Recent sales history and Valuation

Rally paid $50k for the guitar (including 20% retained equity kept back by Gibson). They also kept back a 20% sourcing fee.

Other ways to invest

You can buy your own non-limited version for around $2400.

If you’re feeling punchy (and you’re a mega-wealthy metalhead), you can pick up one of the /50 Gibson guitars for $23k or a pair of LH/RH for $46k.



Wyatt Cavalier

Wyatt Cavalier

With a background in finance & intelligence analysis, Wyatt has an unhealthy obsession with finding the best blue chip investment opportunities. His previous newsletter, Fractional, resonated deeply with subscribers, bringing actionable insights and unconventional trading strategies. His rare book collection specializes in banned editions. He currently lives in Spain with his beautiful wife, three young boys, and dog Monty.

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