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John Mayer’s Duesenberg Double Cat

John used this guitar on the Battle Studies album to record the song ‘Wildfire’. Following John’s preference to always use the exact same guitar that he recorded the song with, the Duesenberg was also seen on most of the live performances of the song.

According to the info on Duesenberg’s website, the guitar features an alder body with sound chambers and Laminated maple top, Indian rosewood fretboard with a 12″ radius, Duesenberg Multibender tremolo bridge, Duesenberg Domino P-90 pickup in the neck, and a Grand Vintage Humbucker in the bridge position.

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