Wednesday Question: Most Legendary Guitar Ever?

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Wednesday Question: Most Legendary Guitar Ever?
The guitar is a rock music icon. But as we all know, guitars come in many shapes, sizes and tones - and some of these variants have become iconic in their own right. Plenty of legendary guitars come to mind (our recent list of illustrated guitars has a few examples), but we prefer to get an expert opinion from UG readers. This week's question is: What is the most legendary guitar ever? We could phrase that in all kinds of ways. Most famous guitar? Most iconic guitar? Either way, you catch out drift. There's plenty to choose from. How about Jimmy Page's dual-headed Gibson? Eddie Van Halen's Frankenstrat? Kurt Cobain's Mustang? The rules: one nomination per comment, though you can post as many comments as you want. Try to be specific, and mention an artist who used the guitar. This helps other readers identify what guitar you mean without hunting it out on Google, and also helps us when it comes to posting the final list on Friday. As usual, upvote any nominations you agree with. Now geek out!
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