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From his earliest incarnation as a Woody Guthrie-aping folky, Dylan always knew how to make an acoustic sing. For all the uproar about his ‘going electric’, he never really left the acoustic guitar behind, and has led many a band while strumming at a trusty flattop.
The guitar: Generally a fan of smaller bodies Martins, he plays a smashing looking Gibson J200 on the cover of 1969’s Nashville Skyline.
Key cover: Almost any Dylan song sounds great unplugged, but if you’re feeling brave enough to play in drop C, It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue is a corker.