What Kurt Cobain’s Guitar Is Worth Revealed By Pawn Stars


TMZ reports that “Pawn Stars” Jesse Amoroso says Kurt Cobain’s “MTV Unplugged” guitar is a piece of rock and roll history and belongs someplace special … in other words — NOT with Frances Bean’s ex-husband.

The guitar expert and Cowtown Guitars owner tells TMZ … Kurt’s ‘Unplugged’ performance with the 1959 Martin D-18E is synonymous with the ’90s and as iconic as the white Fender Stratocaster Jimi Hendrix shredded with at Woodstock.

Amoroso says because Cobain played the acoustic-electric Martin — which is already a rare guitar because only 302 were ever made — it’s basically priceless … though he estimates it could easily fetch close to a million bucks or more at auction.

Jesse also tells us if Cobain’s ‘Unplugged’ guitar ends up on sale, he hopes it ends up someplace where it will be appreciated … like Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture or the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.