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Handmade Rock Royalty KAGED Diamonds and Alligator Custom Guitar

Rock Royalty KAGED Diamonds and Alligator Custom Guitar Rock Royalty KAGED Diamonds and Alligator Custom Guitar The new Nashville-based luxury design house that manufactures one-of-a-kind, custom guitars, Rock Royalty,┬áis offering the ultimate in rock star decadency, an $85,000 customized one-of-a-kind KAGED alligator guitar with Fender Telecaster body. The eye-popping instrument comes wrapped in exquisite natural black alligator skin from Louisiana, and featurestwo handmade Rock Royalty custom guitar volume knobs with 11.88 carats natural fancy black diamonds set in sterling silver finished with black ruthenium, a handmade Rock Royalty custom guitar selector switch containing 2.30 carats red rubies set in sterling silver finished with black ruthenium, and six handmade Rock Royalty custom tuning keys with 15.54 carats natural fancy black diamonds set in sterling silver finished with black ruthenium. The company promises never to duplicate a design so that each piece remains totally unique. The Rock Royalty KAGED Alligator Custom Guitar are one of nine original designs created for the brand’s debut. Other models come wrapped in stingray skin and various other exotic finishes.

Tennessee’s Forest Hills Luxury Home Up for Auction

One of the most luxurious homes in Nashville’s Forest Hills community, and one of the few to be built there since the 1960s, will be sold in an absolute auction Saturday, June 5.
Forest Hills Luxury Home

Forest Hills Luxury Home

The home was built in 2007 at a time when luxury homes in Tennessee were having a hard time selling. The home is now owned by Pinnacle Bank and has never had an owner. That will change on June 5, according to Will McLemore, president of Nashville-based McLemore Auction Company, which is selling the property for Pinnacle Bank. Selling at absolute auction means the home will go to the highest bidder with no minimum bid or reserve. This is something rarely seen in the Nashville area in the last few years, as very few luxury homes have sold without a reserve, said McLemore.