Is it recording a Jackie De Shannon song? "When You Walk In The Room" (Searchers), "Don't Doubt Yourself, Babe" (Byrds) and . . . (Dusty)?
Other than that, is it that the first (acoustic) twelve-string guitar that George Harrison tried out was Dusty's brother Tom's, then The Byrds followed George's choice of 12-string guitar and made it the industry standard, then The Searchers followed suit again?
"But the man has a 47-string guitar." (Grace Slick on Paul Kantner's attempt to tune his 366/12 during a Winterland show of October 31 1969).