ABKCO Music & Records and Fender
"Beggars Banquet"
  Guitar Package

For more than four decades, “Beggars Banquet” has remained one of the most acclaimed and popular Rolling Stones albums. Released in 1968, it marked a return to swaggering rock ‘n’ roll, and gave the world enduring classics such as “Sympathy for the Devil” and “Street Fighting Man.”

Now as a result of a strategic marketing venture between ABKCO Music & Records and Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, Amazon.com exclusively offers Stones and guitar fans alike a limited run of 300 collectible “Beggars Banquet” Telecaster guitar packages in celebration of ABKCO’s recent release of the ‘Clearly Classic’ edition of the landmark album on clear vinyl.

The front of the guitar features a special graphic inspired by the album’s banned original “bathroom wall” front and back cover art, deemed as too offensive by the band’s label in 1968 but found on subsequent reissues and now considered the album’s classic artwork.

The back of the guitar features the charmingly decadent “banquet” imagery of the Stones themselves from the album’s inner gatefold artwork.

The guitar also features a special neck plate laser-etched with the individual instrument’s limited edition number and the ABKCO Records logo.

The guitar comes with a special-edition copy of the Beggars Banquet album, pressed on 180-gram clear vinyl and produced with high-resolution audio files created from the original master tapes.

The guitar also includes a Fender guitar wall hanger that lets you display an instrument easily and conveniently while keeping it readily at hand to play.

Beggars Banquet:
Front Photo: Barry Feinstein   Back Photo: Michael Joseph
(c) ABKCO Records