G.E. Smith plays some prime Michael Bloomfield licks on the’63 Fender Telecaster used by Bloomfield in the ’60s, including when he appeared with Bob Dylan at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival. Bloomfield used the guitar to record the self-titled first album by The Paul Butterfield Band and Dylan’s “Highway 61 Revisited.” For Smith’s turn, the guitar is plugged into an early-’65 Fender Concert and a Fender reverb unit. READ THE COMPLETE STORY OF THE GUITAR (including why it has that bizarre second cutaway), IN THE SPECIAL FREE Digital October ’15 issue of “Vintage Guitar” magazine.