[This photo](http://40.media.tumblr.com/4795173e2a1476c2bb9ade703ac95970/tumb... more
[This photo](https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/59/6e/9a/596e9a5388172... more
[This image](http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-mdYqY_a3muI/T0cHICtP_EI/AAAAAAAABjI/bT... more
This image shows Gillian playing a 330 12-string at a live performance.
[This article](http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/1994_articles/jan94/othertwo.h... more
This article on the making of The Other Two and You by New Order's Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert explains, "Stephen is a self-confessed equipment hoarder; the lower floor rooms of the studio are reported to contain a vast stockpile of gear.
"'I'm one of those people that when I see something new, I buy it and find out it doesn't work as it's supposed to -- then I spend ages getting it to work properly only to find they bring out a new one at half the price that does the job. It's like this K2000 keyboard -- it's great, but it's like a hobby having a Kurzweil because of the problem of getting hold of all the new bits for it like SIMM's, the sampling option and internal fan.'
"'But it's a nice hobby though," interjects Gillian, reminding Stephen that it's her keyboard anyway."
There is a photo on [this site](https://royalnonesuch.wordpress.com/2010/12/1... more
There is a photo on this site that shows Gilbert with a Sequential Circuits Pro One.
[This image](http://i.imgur.com/O5WVKgy.jpg) shows Gilbert playing a Roland F... more
This image shows Gilbert playing a Roland Fantom G7.
XP-80 was Gillian's main synth for New Order's performance at the Reading Fes... more
XP-80 was Gillian's main synth for New Order's performance at the Reading Festival in 1998. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItSrB3LONyE It can be seen clearly at the 2:08 mark of this performance of "True Faith."
Throughout the video, Gillian is playing a Prophet-5. more
Throughout the video, Gillian is playing a Prophet-5.
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