MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A guitar that Elvis Presley played in "Girls! Girls! Girls!" will be offered for private sale after drawing no bids at auction.
The Commercial Appeal reports the guitar was listed at a beginning bid of $32,000 when a Los Angeles auction house placed it on the auction block Thursday.
Public relations spokesman Sam Heller says the auction company will attempt to sell the 1944 Martin 0-17 guitar through a private sale.
The description from Nate D. Sanders Auctions says the guitar comes with a notarized letter of authenticity from Richard Davis, Presley's wardrobe manager who describes the guitar as a prop used by Presley to promote the 1962 movie.
Davis writes that after Presley died, his father, Vernon Presley, gave Davis the guitar.