I recently received a gift, a poster called "Guitar Heaven" and it has, what someone thought, are illustrations of the iconic guitars in rock history. Half of them I wasnt familiar with. That doesnt mean they arent iconic, .. but I wanted to know what others thought the list should be. Only one rule here, ONE guitar per player. Thats it. This is all subjective, no right or wrong, so Let it rip, tater chip. Mine Bo Diddley - Square box guitar, not sure what this was Van Halen - frankenstrat Brian May - Big red Jerry Garcia - custom alembic altho I know there were more than one Billy Gibbons - the furry explorer then you can make a case for guys who played one guitar for enough public appearances that they sort of defined that model, in your opinion - for example, there were too many guys playing traditionally styled les pauls and SGs and straight up strats and teles and ricks for me to list one - Michael Hedges - harp guitar - not sure if he was well known enough to define this but I never saw anybody else play one Jimmy Page - Doubleneck SG Alvin Lee - red ES 335 with stickers Randy Rhoades - flying V with polka dots Eric Clapton - The Fool SG Jack White - Airliner or National or whatever those things are Johnny Winter - Firebird - I list this because I almost never saw anybody else playing one, back in the day Steve Howe - ES 175 - same thing - back then, nobody else that popular, played one Neil Young - you could make a case for the Gretsch White Falcon and him, but others were playing it too.. or old black, but to me, that was just another old les paul. Billy Zoom - silver sparkle Gretsch Jet - for years I never saw him with anything else and never saw another one anywhere just a few off the top of my head. I'm sure there are many more. Anybody else?