Tägtgren used this guitar in the early HYPOCRISY years, but also took it out ... more
Tägtgren used this guitar in the early HYPOCRISY years, but also took it out on the road when he was the live guitarist for MARDUK in 1996-1997. It was also seen live on the "Abducted" tour.
It is also featured in the HYPOCRISY videos "Pleasure of Molestation" (top image) and "Inferior Devoties".
The Rhoads V used in the "Left to Rot" video has a brass plate under the controls.
Tägtgren playing a Gibson Les Paul Standard in it's ebony version during a li... more
Tägtgren playing a Gibson Les Paul Standard in it's ebony version during a live show
This is one of Peter's main guitars. Satin black finish, four knob control la... more
This is one of Peter's main guitars. Satin black finish, four knob control layout, black hardware, EMG pickups.
The guitar appears in the PAIN videos "Monkey Business" and "Have a drink on me". Tägtgren also used this guitar for two PAIN appearances on the Swedish TV4 channel. In 2006, they played "Zombie Slam." In 2008, they played "I'm going in" and "Follow me" featuring Annette Olson. The male co-host of the show actually commented on Peters guitar (in Swedish): "Nice guitar, Les Paul-style, but lighter, so you don't get back pain".
I don't know how much it has changed, really. I mean, in 2002 we went with Sa... more
I don't know how much it has changed, really. I mean, in 2002 we went with SansAmp, and on the last tour we did I think I had five Marshall amps hot rodded with the eight Marshall cabs. But this time we're going to go with Kemper. It's like an Axe FX kind of rack. I actually get to simulate the guitar sound I have in the studio. I don't know how it's going to work, but they say it's very simple. I just got it at home today, so I'm going to sit and program it and do everything with it. Hopefully, that's going to be enough. No speakers, only the pre-amps.
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