The Beatles broke a slew of records in 1968 when they released their ninth disc, The White Album. Following on from the vibrant Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, The White Album offered a new collection of unforgettable songs, such as Dear Prudence, and Helter Skelter. Despite the fact the album’s recording almost lead to the band’s break-up, it has been certified as 24x platinum, and is their biggest selling album to date.
A recent edition of Antique Roadshow has seen one of the guitars supposedly used to record the album being sold for a jaw-dropping amount.
The guitar in question is a fretless Bartell of Californian, and was originally owned by George Harrison.
After valuation, experts believed it may have been used to record at least two tracks on The White Album.