Helmet Gear: 71 Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul ( Deluxe routed for PAFS by Gibson) Gibson Les Paul Junior ( TV yellow ). 50 Watt JCM 800 Tweed Grill (Stolen 15 Dec 1994 serial number available w/ reward offered). Yamaha GEP 50 rack processor set to "heavy metal" 2 x greenback loaded Marshall 100 watt tweed cabinets. Later touring gear included: TC EQ boost distortion pedal, Gibson 40th Anniversary Les Paul, Kolbe preamp and Mesa Boogie 400 power amp. Handsome Gear 1982 Gibson Les Paul Standard with Seymour Duncan JB custom wound split coil (bridge) 1985 Fender Telecaster with Seymour Duncan Hotrail in bridge Bradshaw 3E preamp Marshall JMP1 TC 1140 Parametric EQ Rocktron Guitar Silencer VHT Classic silver face power amp Marshall 300 Watt tweed grill slant and 320 watt bottom cabinet Rack reverb (reverse) Marshall Silver Jubilee 50/100 watt headmore
"On his frequent tours, Walker always takes along a ’72 Les Paul, two newer Firebirds, a ’60s Les Paul Junior, an EB-3 bass, an '80 EDS-1275, and a ’62 Hummingbird. Though Walker says he began his collection by buying and selling various guitars, his producing job means he no longer has to sell any." - excerpt from Gibson interview.more
Teppei Teranishi: “I used to play a black Les Paul Custom a lot, which was my road guitar; that got stolen, unfortunately. This particular guitar is actually the first kind of nicer guitar I bought way back in the day. And so I babied that when I got it – I took it out for a little bit, and I was like, ‘I don’t want this thing to get ruined on the road.’ “And so it’s been hiding for years and years. I’d bring it to studio sessions for recording, and I used it quite a bit on the first few records, up until The Artist In The Ambulance, and then the latest one as well. I believe it’s got DiMarzio Super Distortions, and they were just original with the guitar when I bought it.”more
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