The rising country star reveals which legendary picker recently built her a "Mary Kaye" Strat clone, as well as why she started painting guitars.

Here’s “The Red Betty,” which is Lindsay Ell’s go-to when she needs something more twangy. It’s a limited-edition Gretsch that features a Filter’Tron in the neck, a Seymour Duncan P-90 in the bridge. It’s complete with a Bigsby B12C.

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