9 Guitars Keith Richards Played That Definitely WEREN'T Telecasters

We take a look at some of the Rolling Stones legends lesser-known guitars   24-Jun-14

4) Gibson Flying V Korina '58

Gibson Korina Flying V '58

The fabled story goes that in 1969, Keith Richards acquired a Gibson '58 Flying V once owned by Albert King.

With its cult status in rock and roll, it's easy to forget that the Flying V was an incredibly unpopular guitar upon initial release, but Keith became enamoured with it for the two years that he owned it.

It was distinctive due to the fact that the guitar was missing the Gibson logo on the headstock, but was stolen in on tour in 1971, and therefore the distinctive V sound failed to make it onto any mainstream Rolling Stones recordings.

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