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The Rolling Stone's best known guitar is probably Keith Richards "Micawber". A "1953 Butterscotch Fender Telecaster" tuned to an open G with the sixth string removed, Fender •TELEC' on Headstock. Keith named this Fender after a character in Dickins' novel, David Copperfield. gl

The Rolling Stone's best known guitar is probably Keith Richards "Micawber". A "1953 Butterscotch Fender Telecaster" tuned to an open G with the sixth string removed, Fender •TELEC' on Headstock. Keith named this Fender after a character in Dickins' novel, David Copperfield. gl

Keith Richard’s butterscotch-yellow 1953 Fender Telecaster Blonde.  Removed the sixth string from the guitar and left it in an open G tuning, allowing for “two chords playing against each other” on songs like Brown Sugar

Keith Richard’s butterscotch-yellow 1953 Fender Telecaster Blonde. Removed the sixth string from the guitar and left it in an open G tuning, allowing for “two chords playing against each other” on songs like Brown Sugar

Kieth Richard and 1953 Fender Telecaster at Rolling Stones' May 1976 Earls Court performance.

Kieth Richard and 1953 Fender Telecaster at Rolling Stones' May 1976 Earls Court performance.

The Rolling Stone's best-known guitar is probably "Micawber," an early Fifties butterscotch Fender Telecaster tuned to open G, with the sixth string removed. The guitar is named for a character in Dickens’ David Copperfield.

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The Rolling Stone's best-known guitar is probably "Micawber," an early Fifties butterscotch Fender Telecaster tuned to open G, with the sixth string removed. The guitar is named for a character in Dickens’ David Copperfield.

Fender Telecaster | The Rolling Stones, Philadelphia, 1975. by Annie Leibovitz

Fender Telecaster | The Rolling Stones, Philadelphia, 1975. by Annie Leibovitz

Brian Jones (on his Fender Telecaster) throwin’ some heavy, funk vibe — way pre-Lenny Kravitz. There’d be no Rolling Stones without Jones, who was undoubtedly the most versatile musician ever to bless the band, and easily rivaled Mick Jagger for sex symbol status.  Jones also had a very eclectic taste in guitars

Brian Jones (on his Fender Telecaster) throwin’ some heavy, funk vibe — way pre-Lenny Kravitz. There’d be no Rolling Stones without Jones, who was undoubtedly the most versatile musician ever to bless the band, and easily rivaled Mick Jagger for sex symbol status. Jones also had a very eclectic taste in guitars

Guitars Signature Series Poster 3 Fender Telecaster The Rolling Stones

Guitars Signature Series Poster 3 Fender Telecaster The Rolling Stones

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