In this live performance, John plays his '62 start during "Scar Tissue". You can see a clear shot of it at 14:32 in the video. The 1962 Fender Stratocaster is the Strat he used mostly for RHCP touring purposes, [He has 3 of them](https://www.vintageguitar.com/3743/john-frusciante/), and the most recognizable is the one with relic above the pickguard.more
"I used this Fender Strat on the Smiths US and UK tours of 1986. It is a 1962 body with a 1963 neck. I used it to record 'There Is A Light That Never Goes Out', 'I Know It's Over' and some others." This Strat had a maple neck when it was used with the Smiths. It was one of Johnny's main guitars on the 1986 tours, and was used exclusively with a capo, for songs like "There Is A Light" and "Frankly, Mr. Shankly". Source: http://www.smithsonguitar.com/2008/12/johnny-marrs-gear.htmlmore
Mick Mars plays a 1962 Fender Stratocaster Electric Guitar in Fiesta Red, white pickguard, and a rosewood fingerboard. He has had it refretted, but otherwise maintains it is in great condition.
This is a live performance of the recently (6 days ago) dropped single "Holding On" from their upcoming album. The guitar can be seen all through the video. I have never seen Adam play this guitar before and by the looks of it its brandnew. I have no clue what the brand is. Im guessing its a custom job by the looks of the headstock. It has a Strat-body and the headstock is more squared-up/angular then the more common strat-headstocks. The finish is oxblood-red, without matching headstock. As far i know this finish is uncommen on a strat or strat-like guitar. The rest of the guitar looks like your typical strat.more
SORRY I THOUGHT I CLICKED DUPELICATE TELECASTER WILL UPLOAD CORRECT ITEM MODS PLEASE TAKE DOWN THANKS In this video he shows his new Fender Custom Shop Telecaster with gold hardware and neck pickup maple neck and fretboard black pickguard finished in sky burst metallic and white binding (body only).more
> “I can’t really even describe to you the moment I found that guitar,” he told Fender.com. “You are really lucky if you can find one or two in your entire life – even if you are somebody like me who has bought and sold literally hundreds of Strats. That guitar – I was leaving with that guitar. Whether it cost $50,000, it was going out the door with me. I knew that I had found the instrument that I had been looking for my entire life. It was really magical.”more