John Mayer’s Duesenberg Mike Campbell Signature
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This guitar seems to have been used occasionally on a couple of gigs with Keith Urban’s on the song ‘Til Summer Comes Around’. It was subsequently seen in 2010 in the Palace of Auburn Hills, where John used the guitar to play the song ‘Say’ [John Mayer – Say (Live at the Palace Feb.12, 2010)]
According to the information on the Duesenberg website, the guitar features a maple neck with Indian rosewood fingerboard featuring 12″ radius (compared to 9.5” on JM Strat) with 22 jumbo frets. The body is semi-hollow with a laminated spruce top and laminated flamed maple back and sides. All the hardware is produced in-house by Duesenberg, including the P-90 style pickup which is fitted in the neck position, and the Grand Vintage humbucker in the bridge.
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