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John Frusciante’s 1963 Fender Stratocaster (White)

Another guitar bought sometime prior to Stadium Arcadium. John supposedly used it a lot during the rehearsals, and even during the recording session on a couple of songs. It was also seen occasionally during the tour, sometimes played by Josh Klinghoffer in the background.

The guitar was made in 1963, and it features Olympic white finish and a rosewood fingerboard. It’s also John’s only Strat that has a floating tremolo bridge – meaning that the tremolo’s rear edge is raised up off the body. This allows John to raise the pitch of a note, as the additional range of movement allows the bar to be raised, which pulls the strings tighter and raises the pitch.

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