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    Quote Originally Posted by kingsleyd View Post
    Anyway, at least one of his Telecasters is usually in open E, as some of the songs are in that tuning.
    From what I've seen, if he's playing a Tele it is in open-G - for standard tunings he seems to use the 335 a lot. He uses a LP Junior for Midnight Rambler and a Strat on Miss You.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hippietim View Post
    From what I've seen, if he's playing a Tele it is in open-G - for standard tunings he seems to use the 335 a lot. He uses a LP Junior for Midnight Rambler and a Strat on Miss You.
    I remember him using one in open E for "Jumpin Jack Flash" and "Street Fighting Man." It was a good while back, though, mid-90s maybe?

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    Shawn, why don't you tell us the story on it? Is it in his possession? If so, how did PRS get it to him or any details?
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    I heard he can finally afford the guitar he's wanted for the last 30 years.
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    That's completely BADA$$!! Sorry for the implied bad language! I love that!
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    That's completely BADA$$!! Sorry for the implied bad language! I love that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingsleyd View Post
    I remember him using one in open E for "Jumpin Jack Flash" and "Street Fighting Man." It was a good while back, though, mid-90s maybe?

    Street Fighting Man was recorded in open D but translates pretty easily to open G which is how Keith plays it these days. Junpin Jack Flash was recorded in standard tuning but Keith has been playing it in open G capo 4 for many years. He plays a Tele on both tunes. I play Street Fighting Man in open G and Jumping Jack in standard.
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    Haven't seen him play It, but damn! that's one lovely looking guitar!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ]-[ @ n $ 0 |v| a T ! View Post
    Oh, you've opened the flood gates now... Next thing you know people will be typing sh!t, b!tch, ****, t!Ts, 11t0p, and all sorts of nefarious variations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ]-[ @ n $ 0 |v| a T ! View Post
    Oh, you've opened the flood gates now... Next thing you know people will be typing sh!t, b!tch, ****, t!Ts, 11t0p, and all sorts of nefarious variations.
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    Here is another pic that I grabbed from Rumble Seat's Facebook
    I called over there and they said that this is Eliot the owner of all three stores giving Keith the guitar.

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