This has got to be the ultimate in Keith Richards memorabilia; original 1952 Fender Telecaster ( Keith's main guitar is his early '50's Tele which he calls 'Macawber' ), with the following modifications: The body was routed in both positions for humbuckers, then later the routs  were filled back in and the face painted black. And then some talented artist apparently etched the paint to create this highly accurate likeness of Keith. Other than the face of the body, the finish is original and has about as much mojo as you'll ever see. A few changed parts but most are correct and original. It plays and sounds great - even with the filled routes the guitar is very, very resonant. Comes with an equally worn, cool mid '50's Fender tweed case. The '59 Fender Twin Amp shown is not included in this sale, though you may want to snag it as well since it's the same model Keith uses and is loaded with the same Celestion speakers as Keith uses in his. Wire transfer on this one, boys, and I'd prefer that you pick it up in person. *ON HOLD.

Listed7 years ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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