Mark Slaughter Guitar And Leather Jacket Being Auctioned Online
February 24, 2010
Mark Slaughter, best know for his work with Slaughter and Vinnie Vincent’s Invasion, is auctioning off some memorabilia online.
The first auction is for a stunning leather jacket that was custom made for Mark by Audrey Carter in 1989. It is made from extremely soft dyed yellow calf skin. It has hand drawn and dyed Indian (Native American) artwork on the front, back and both sleeves. Long leather fringes are attached at the bottom of both sleeves. Lining is nylon, dyed using all of the colors on the outside of the jacket. Size is about a men’s Medium. It is designed to hit at the waist. Measurements are: Shoulders: 19.5″, Length from Collar to hem: 21″, Sleeves: 28″, Waist when zipped (seam to seam): 19″. Jacket is in near perfect condition, no holes, tears, rips. Zippers are in perfect working order. No pockets.
More information on this unique leather jacket can be found at this eBay.com location.
The second auction is an Ovation Adamas 1587-8 electric acoustic guitar that was custom made for Mark Slaughter in 1991. It was played on stage as well as during the recording of Platinum album “The Wild Life”. This is one of a kind and is in beautiful condition. Note the fretboard inlays with the Slaughter logo. This guitar looks new and plays beautifully.
More information on this guitar can be found at this eBay.com location.