Hard Rock Cafe Phuket

48/1 Ruamjai Road, Patong, Kathu, Phuket 83150, Thailand

Restaurant Hours:

Daily 11:00AM-2:00AM


Daily 9.00 AM - 2.00 AM

Gladly Accepted

Hard Rock Cafe Phuket Memorabilia

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Jimi Hendrix

Groovy Vest

Here’s another impossibly cool vest from our collection of Hendrix clothing. Jimi wore this one around 1968.

John 5

Sleeveless Leather Coat

Anyone who’s even remotely interested in killer guitar playing is aware of John 5. A huge talent and so adept with his instrument, he’s easily transcended the spooky metal genre he’s identified with. An alumnus of both Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie, John brought a level of musical sophistication to a genre better known for superficial shock tactics. He’s even a badass country picker! This puke-yellow, floor-length leather coat was worn onstage by John in 2006 while on tour with Rob Zombie. He donated it to the Hard Rock at the 2006 “Earthday Birthday” concert in Orlando.

Axl Rose

Leather Jacket

Before he went on a fourteen-year mission to try and create the ultimate rock record with Chinese Democracy (how’d that work out for you, Axl?), G & R’s frontman, Axl Rose, was actually a pretty amazing rock star. He wore this incredibly badass white leather jacket during Guns’ Appetite For Destruction heyday.

Paul Stanley


Here’s yet another reason why rock stars are cooler than you: they can wear boots like these and look fantastic. If you put these on, you’d look like a complete idiot (you’d be seven inches taller, though). Kiss’ resident pretty-boy frontman, Paul Stanley, rocked these kicks on the band’s 1998–1999 Psycho Circus tour and didn't even break an ankle.

Elvis Presley

Groovy Boots

The King rocked these super-groovy zipper boots in the early ’70s.

Chi Cheng

5-string Fender Precision Bass

Deftones bassist Chi Cheng used this 5-string Fender P-bass on the group’s Saturday Night Wrist tour. Chi played this bass in over 15 countries on 4 continents.

Kat Dyson

Andreas Shark Guitar

Guitarist Kat Dyson used this unique Andreas Shark guitar on numerous Prince sessions during her time in the New Power Generation. This somewhat bizarre instrument has an aluminum fretboard and a body style unlike anything we’ve ever seen. It’s an exceptionally high-quality axe.

Hank Williams, Jr.

Custom Guild G-45

Bocephus strummed this absolutely gorgeous Guild acoustic on his 1993 album Out of Left Field. The album was a return to form for Hank after spending the eighties mired in the over-produced “Nashville pop” that plagued so many classic country artists during that decade. He’s also pictured on the album’s cover strumming this fine axe.

Steve Vai

Ibanez Jem 10 Guitar

This is one of 852 Ibanez Jem 10 guitars in the world. It was built for Steve Vai in ’96.

Janis Joplin

Performance Contract Addendum

Here’s a document that’s truly of its time. With all the social upheaval in the late ’60s, this concert promoter deemed it necessary to protect himself from “riot, civil disorder, government intervention, or act of God” during a 1969 Janis Joplin gig. Government intervention? The Nixon era had begun.

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