CJ and Dee Dee Ramone’s tour-used road case used by original Ramones bassist Doug Colvin (Dee Dee Ramone) until his departure from the band in 1989, and subsequently used by CJ Ramone until the band's 1996 breakup. This road case was used to store the band's guitars while on tour. The case measures 52 x 20.25 x 29.5. The black-textured plywood case with foam interior features four casters, two carrying handles to each side, spring-loaded recessed catches, and the left side bears two wooden braces designed to stand the case on end. Several logo and band stickers are affixed to the case, with the back panel identified in faded white paint, “Ramones.” Included with the case is a three-piece outfit from the personal wardrobe of CJ Ramone: an XL black t-shirt for White Lightning Hi-Octane Racing Fuel; a pair of Levi's 505 jeans, size 36 x 34 (tag missing); and a pair of Pro-Keds hi-tops, size 13, with black canvas and white soles. In overall very good condition, with generally expected wear. From the collection of bassist CJ Ramone, and accompanied by a signed letter of provenance.
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