Keith Richards' Micawber

Rolling Stone guitarist Keith Richards is known for performing with his Fender Telecaster that he named Micawber. The 1950s Telecaster is missing the sixth string and was named after a character from Charles Dickens' 1850 novel "David Copperfield."
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<i><strong>Correction:</strong> The slide originally said "David Copperfield" was written in 1935. The actual date was 1850. Also, the photo has changed to show Richards with Micawber in hand.</i>

( Joerg Koch / AFP / Getty Images / July 11, 2012 )

Rolling Stone guitarist Keith Richards is known for performing with his Fender Telecaster that he named Micawber. The 1950s Telecaster is missing the sixth string and was named after a character from Charles Dickens' 1850 novel "David Copperfield."

Correction: The slide originally said "David Copperfield" was written in 1935. The actual date was 1850. Also, the photo has changed to show Richards with Micawber in hand.

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