Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Wombat Reynolds, Jan 16, 2019.
Tony Levin and his Chapman Stick
Yeah, looks like a Rex Bogue.
McLaughlin's Double Rainbow didn't last long. It was only around for a few years 'til it had an accident. For a while, Ibanez did a fancy doubleneck that was reminiscent, but not quite as detailed.
Some of my guitars
Syd's iconic Tele
1959 Les Paul Junior TV
The Guitars That Built Rock: The Gibson Les Paul Junior
I would say Randy Roades' Les Paul Custom.
Lindsey Buckingham's custom made Turner.
Diamond Darrell played some Dean ML guitars and I think the lightning bolt one may be the most wide known. Later Washburn made ML copies for him.
Jason Becker had a custom Peavey numbers guitar. Later Carvin reissued it and a similar Blue Carvin DC200 that he played later. Carvin changed their name to Kiesel and they still make several versions of the numbers guitar and the Blue DC200.
Jason Becker- "Blue"
Richard Thompson get his special sound from strats.
David Hill and his Superyob.
Honestly, whoever was playing them... pick out you’re favourite guitar and it’s their touch that distinguishes- which is why there’s a hundred threads dedicated to what guitar player played which guitar when, but you can still pick a Hendrix, Clapton or Harrison solo from a thousand paces
that is one ugly guitar! LOL
if a guitar ever fit a person so perfectly! : )
I'll see your Les Paul and raise you a Jackson.
Kurt Cobain, with Mustang, or Jaguar.
I'm sure his guitar was selected as a homage to his heroes, but I now associate the Gretsch 6120 with Brian Setzer.
Buckethead’s Les Paul, which is larger scaled than a normal Les Paul and of course very distinct look:
Neil Young's D-45
And made him sound like crap.
really? I thought it sounded fine...it's a Martin!
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