Are you looking to see more of Elvis Presley in Nashville?
The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum which will soon open at The Municipal Auditorium now has Elvis' Blue Guitar from his film "Clambake."
This 1966 Fender XII in Lake Placid Blue was used in the title theme to the movie "Clambake" by Elvis Presley. It was given to actor Lance LeGault by Leo Fender in 1966. LeGault was an assistant to the choreographer on this film, and had previously been Elvis' stunt double in earlier films. The Guitar is in excellent condition and it will be on display when the museum reopens soon.
The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum also has acquired the vocal booth and baffles from Chips Moman's American Sound Studio which was a famous recording studio located in Memphis. Elvis, Dusty, Joe Tex, Petula Clark, Alex Chilton are just a few who recorded at American Sound Studio.
The new Musicians Hall Of Fame and Museum which will open sometime in 2013 is located in the historic Nashville Municipal Auditorium just off the James Robertson Parkway exit at 417 4th Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37219.
The approximately 200,000 square foot building houses the historic 10,000 seat Municipal Auditorium and the Museum will be located on the first floor of the building.
source: The Musicians Hall of Fame Facebook page and website