Brad Whitford of Aerosmith

Fender Stratocaster

1987 Fender Custom Shop Mary Kaye




Gallery #87BWMK


Brad Whitford's 1987 Fender Strat



Letter From Brad Whitford

Hand written letter to original buyer


BRAD WHITFORD of AEROSMITH

Ranked as one of the "Top 100 Guitarist", Brad Whitford is a living music legend and was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame with his band Aerosmith in 2001.  



Brad acquired this guitar in the early 90's and used it with his band Aerosmith for decades to follow.  He can be seen playing this guitar at Woodstock '94 and the 2010 Experience Hendrix Tour.



"Crazy" - Aerosmith Woodstock '94
"Crying" - Aerosmith Woodstock '94
2010 Experience Hendrix


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Who Was Mary Kaye?

Hint - It's not the makeup company....

Mary Kaye was a guitarist and phenomenal singer equal to Ella Fitsgerald or Sarah Vaughn, who was active from the 1940s through 1960s. Mary Kaye (born Malia Ka’aihue) descended from Hawaiian royalty in the line of Queen Liliuokalani, Hawaii’s last reigning monarch, and was born into a show business family.


The Mary Kaye Trio is credited with founding the Las Vegas “lounge” phenomenon at the Last Frontier in 1953, an all-night party atmosphere where stars and common folk rubbed elbows in a freewheeling environment.



In 1957 Fender released their first artist model guitar named after Vegas performer Mary Kaye, AKA the "First Lady of Rock N Roll".  In the opening year of the Fender Custom Shop, Fender released a limited run of 30 year anniversary Mary Kaye guitars in her honor.  




 

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