Kurt Cobain’s Kramer Ferrington KFT-1 Acoustic-Electric Guitar
This guitar was seen briefly in the 2015 documentary Montage of Heck, during which it was smashed. The scene was filmed in a bathroom, likely in Kurt’s and Courtney’s Fairfax apartment, sometime in 1991/1992.
One thing that is evident from this footage is that Kurt’s Kramer Ferrington KFT-1 had a replacement neck installed on it. The original neck would’ve had a more pointy headstock, and the fretboard wouldn’t have dot inlays but tear-shaped ones.
The other thing worth noting is the writing on the top of the body. Based on a more recent photo of this guitar, taken by photographer Geoff Moore [Kurt Cobain’s Personal Archive: See Intimate Photos From New Exhibit], these are the lines from the song “Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge on Seattle” from In Utero.
Currently, what’s left of this guitar is kept safe at a secret Kurt Cobain vault somewhere in Seattle, along with a bunch of other of his belongings.
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finally you did the guitar that i was tellling you from a lot of time ,i got one of his belongings
didnt even know they made these lefty
I had acquired one in 1996 found out that it was stolen after I traded it for a Ibanez iceman j zom6 model