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From johnnydepprocks.com While performing at the January 24, 2015 NAMM Imp... more
While performing at the January 24, 2015 NAMM Imperial Ball in Anaheim, CA, Johnny was spotted with yet another Duesenberg guitar in addition to the Johnny Depp Signature that was introduced at last year's NAMM show. This guitar also features several of Johnny's tattoos on its woodgrain body, as well as the lightening bolt. hearts and 3 symbols on the neck. It also features his tattooed phrase Silence Exile Cunning on a pick guard. Chris Distin from Duesenberg confirms that this is a unique guitar built just for Johnny and given to him at Christmas of 2014. "It features a "Wooden Fence" optic, with Johnnys Tattoos lasered onto the surface, to give a "branding" effect. The hardware is aged and the Pickguard and Pickup frame are American Leather with Johnnys Tattoo "Silence Exile Cunning" Hand embossed into the pick-guard. The Optic means we have made it look something like an old wooden fence made of old weathered wooden boards, but of course it is made of wood, Mahogany and Ash to be specific." What a gorgeous piece of art!
Johnny also played this guitar at all three Hollywood Vampires shows in September of 2015
In this photo, Johnny Depp can be seen playing live with his own signature mo... more
In this photo, Johnny Depp can be seen playing live with his own signature model Duesenberg Johnny Depp Artist Series electric guitar. The aluminum top plate of the guitar has Depp's tattoos etched on it (the back of the guitar as well). From the official description, "The pickup is P90 style, but custom wound to Johnny's needs."
In this photo, we can see Depp playing a Fender Stratocaster in what looks to... more
In this photo, we can see Depp playing a Fender Stratocaster in what looks to be a blonde finish. He can be seen playing this guitar in a performance with Bill Carter live on David Letterman's show, February 2013. See the video here.
Depp's Strat looks to have a normal configuration, and has a maple neck.
In this photo, we can see Johnny Depp playing a 1956 Fender Telecaster electr... more
In this photo, we can see Johnny Depp playing a 1956 Fender Telecaster electric guitar in a vintage white (or cream) finish, with a black pickguard.
In an interview with Vanity Fair from November 2004, Depp talks about this Tele, and confirms its year:
"Depp harks back to lessons he learned when he was prowling rock-club stages with his beloved Fender Telecaster—classic ’56 model, cream-colored—on his hip. “As a guitarist, I would always look for whatever felt right, something tasteful—and I guess I still do.” He still owns that same Telecaster and remains “more interested in finding what fits the piece musically as opposed to how many notes I can play quickly. I was never one of those ‘look at me’ players.”"
The full interview can be found here.
In this video, Johnny Depp joins [Aerosmith](http://equipboard.com/band/aeros... more
In this video, Johnny Depp joins Aerosmith to play Train Kept A Rollin' at The Hollywood Bowl August 6, 2012. Depp plays a Gibson Custom Joe Perry Boneyard Les Paul Electric Guitar outfitted with a Bigsby Tremolo/Vibrato. The camera follows Johnny Depp around throughout the video, but a great look at the guitar can be had starting at 1:38.
In this photo, we can see Depp playing Gibson Les Paul Special Doublecut. more
In this photo, we can see Depp playing Gibson Les Paul Special Doublecut.
In this photo, one can see Depp playing an Echopark La Carne. more
In this photo, one can see Depp playing an Echopark La Carne.
In this photo, we can see Depp with a Gibson L3. more
In this photo, we can see Depp with a Gibson L3.
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