You Can Buy MICK MARS’ “Girls Girls Girls” Guitar

If you’ve ever wanted to own Mick Mars’ 1987 Kramer KM-1 used during Mötley Crüe’s Girls Girls Girls tour, now’s your chance! The guitar – featuring a custom paint job by Kline, including an NSFW back that we won’t show here – is up for auction over at Julien’s. The guitar is expected to fetch between $60,000 and $80,000, and you can bid right here (if you have the equivalent of the down payment on a very nice house sitting around).


The Kramer was used heavily on the Girls Girls Girls world tour from 1987-1988, and was featured prominently in the music video for “You’re All I Need”. The KM-1 offers a 25.5″ scale length Maple neck with a 22-fret Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, two humbucker pickups, black Floyd Rose dual-locking tremolo system, black Schaller tuners, and a Telecaster-style body. Potentiometers date to final weeks of 1986, serial to ’86-’87.

The guitar comes with a Black hardshell case with black interior and includes a plaque, a copy of Creem’s Guitar Heroes of Metal”Collector Series magazine featuring Mick Mars holding this guitar, and copy of the book Motley Crue: A Visual History by Neil Zlozower which shows a double-page spread of Mars holding up the guitar.

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