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Black Fender Stratocaster body fragment, smashed by Kurt Cobain during the recording of ?Endless, Nameless? during the ?Nevermind? album sessions, April 1991. "This is the guitar he was using around the time they were recording Nevermind?a black Fender Stratocaster, and he was actually recording that song 'Endless Nameless' at the time and was really frustrated in the studio while they were recording and in a fit of pique smashed it in the studio," McMurray says. "Butch Vig kept the tape rolling, so there is that secret track on Nevermind, so that is what that sounded like."
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