The Legend of the Blue Guitar

1. The candy stripe neck inscribed with 'We are all created equal' represents the mission statement of the BGP: to promote equality across the world.

2. The vegan leather patch embossed with ‘Declaration of the Rights of the Child’ reminds us to protect the children of the world, we all have the right to freedom, equality & justice.

3. Neck plate with ‘1924’ is when the Declaration of the Rights of the Child was created.

4. 'Wild Horses Run Free' appears on the front of the guitar symbolising the BGP's commitment to the pursuit of freedom.

5. Blackheart tuning pegs & the painted love hearts on neck are a reminder that all you need is love. Katy Perry’s favourite part!

6. The 5ft span of black and white feathers symbolically honours the North American Indians. It represents harmony between black and white and all cultures. It also honours Timothy Matlack who actually penned the Declaration of Independence on July 4th 1776 with a feather quill (One of Rox's ancestors).

7. ‘F’ stands for Freedom

8. The Aboriginal Guitar Strap blessed the Blue Guitar on the Eve of Engelbert Humperdinck's performance (at the State Theatre). The artwork is by renowned Aboriginal Artist, Clive Freeman from the Eora Nation representing the Wiradjuri Nation, where his father and grandfather came from - both guitar artists. This guitar strap has the DNA of all the past and present ancestors of Australia and the traditional custodians of this great nation.

The original Blue Guitar will take this scared strap to the biggest stages across the world to Strike 4 a Revolution (Unity, Equality, Freedom & Justice) to inspire youth to reach for their dreams - they really do come true 'Out of the Blue'.

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