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One of the most recorded guitar players in history takes us behind the scenes while on tour with Stevie Nicks for a look at his bare-bones setup.

This 1973 Gibson Les Paul goldtop was painted white by the previous owner. The guitar may have started life as a Deluxe, but now sports two unidentified humbuckers and a hidden boost that ran on the same 9-volt battery for the first decade Waddy owned it.

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