On his Facebook profile, Goodwyn shared a photo of his Artisan. In the commen... more
On his Facebook profile, Goodwyn shared a photo of his Artisan. In the comments section, he also says :
This is my `77 Gibson Artisan, the one pictured on the cover of Power Play album.
> THOSE that know that I collect collect guitars know that I`m a fan of Gibso... more
THOSE that know that I collect collect guitars know that Im a fan of Gibson guitars in particular but I also love Fender guitars and less expensive guitars such as modern (after 1980) Epiphones. Not to say I dont care for older Epi, because I do and regard them as the best by this manufacture. Anyhoo, this Epi I really like. It is a Jorma Kaukonem Riviera Custom. Im not sure of the year because my normal ways of determining the age of an Epi failed me but Id say its about 15 years old and made in Korea. Joma is famous ex member of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna. He did a GREAT job on this Signature guitar. Its a Riviera/335 style guitar with a Bigsby vibrato. It has a bit of weight and sounds a tad dark. I LOVE it. FEEL Looking forward to using it on live with my blues project next year. FEEL FREE TO POST PICTURES ON TOPIC* with my blues project next year.
Goodwyn about his Epiphone Riviera Custom.
On Godin's website, Goodwyn was featured as player of Guild Multiac Spectrum SA. more
On Godin's website, Goodwyn was featured as player of Guild Multiac Spectrum SA.
> Say hello to my new best friend. I really didn`t need another guitar but I ... more
Say hello to my new best friend. I really didnt need another guitar but I saw this beauty and all resolve not to "adopt" another guitar melted away...Im looking forward to using it live on the gigs this month with the MGBand.
The year is unknown, although it seems to be a 70's model.
> The Headbone works exactly like I hoped it would. I can now switch back & f... more
The Headbone works exactly like I hoped it would. I can now switch back & forth between the Marshall 2000 and the Peavey 5150 for greater tone options while giving me an instant back-up should ever an amp go down. After 55 gigs, the Headbone has worked flawlessly. Kudos to Radial for inventing such a useful device. ~ Brit Fader, Goodwyn's Guitar Tech