In this photo, Jack White can be seen playing a 1950's Kay Hollowbody Archtop electric guitar, which he tunes to open A. In an article from GuitarPlayer, White says, "I had the same three guitars in the White Stripes for about ten years: [the Airline](http://equipboard.com/pros/jack-white/1964-jb-hutto-montgomery-airline-guitar), a Hollowbody Kay tuned to open A for slide playing, and a red Japanese guitar I used for open-E tuning." (original article found [here](http://www.guitarplayer.com/miscellaneous/1139/jack-white-mega-sonic-on-the-sounds-that-drive-the-white-stripes-raconteurs-and-dead-weather/12785)). At the 52:53 mark of [this video](https://vimeo.com/74587704), Jack White explains how he received this guitar as payment after helping a friend move a refrigerator. A clip can be seen of him playing the guitar with a slide.more
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