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"Yeah, the double-neck... My kind of influence and brain at that time was way into Jimmy Page. I still have it and I think I used it on “Lifeless Dead” and a couple others. The one that sticks out the most and still kind of does in a haunting sort of way is the last song, “All Alone.” If you can hear that, you know what it is. I was playing the 6-string neck with the pickups off so you’re getting the relative harmonics off that with what is happening on the 12-string neck up top with the pickups on. That actually happened out of an accident, I was just messing around trying to get the 6-string neck to work but I didn’t have my switches on in the right order but I heard this chiming kind of thing coming out of the guitar. I was like ‘We gotta do something with this, let’s just jam on it’."more
Paul used this guitar between 1976 and 1977 on the songs Hard Luck Woman, Hoolagan and Makin' Love. It was most likely used as a six/twelve string in 1976 on Hard Luck Woman and used as a six/six string with a capo on different frets for Hoolagan and Makin' Love. via [axeology.com](http://axeology.com/P74Gibson.html#75Midnight)more
In this [article](http://www.thetelegram.com/Arts%20-%20Life/Entertainment/2011-11-19/article-2809701/Big-Sugar-shows-relevance-with-Revolution-Per-Minute/1) with Gordie Johnson of [Wide Mouth Mason](http://equipboard.com/band/wide-mouth-mason), [Grady](http://equipboard.com/band/grady), and [Big Sugar](http://equipboard.com/band/big-sugar), he discusses his Gibson EDS-1275 Double Neck given to him by [Alex Lifeson](http://equipboard.com/pros/alex-lifeson) of [Rush](http://equipboard.com/band/rush), stating, "I didn't have to sign a single paper. He'd just met me, but he already knew about Big Sugar. And essentially he walked up to a stranger and handed it to me," Johnson said of the guitar he used to record "Fairwell to Kings," and play in the video for "Digging a Hole," its ivory white double necks jutting out like the tusks of a mastodon with every piercing note".more