Ronnie Wood used this custom-made guitar since his days with the Faces. more
Ronnie Wood used this custom-made guitar since his days with the Faces.
This is Ronnie Wood's signature guitar from Duesenberg. more
This is Ronnie Wood's signature guitar from Duesenberg.
This guitar was used by Ronnie Wood around the Steel Wheels/Voodoo Lounge tours. more
This guitar was used by Ronnie Wood around the Steel Wheels/Voodoo Lounge tours.
This is Ronnie Woods main guitar since the Tattoo You tour in 1981. more
This is Ronnie Woods main guitar since the Tattoo You tour in 1981.
This guitar was Ronnie Wood's backup for the '55 until his ex-wife sold the '... more
This guitar was Ronnie Wood's backup for the '55 until his ex-wife sold the '55 Fender Stratocaster.
In this video, Ron Wood is using the Music Man Silhouette. more
In this video, Ron Wood is using the Music Man Silhouette.
While introducing his guitars in a backstage interview during the Rolling Sto... more
While introducing his guitars in a backstage interview during the Rolling Stones' 2003 Licks tour, Ronnie Wood claims at 1:45 that this sunburst 1954 Fender Stratocaster is a "great spare" guitar. He uses this as a spare to his 1955 Fender Stratocaster.
At 2:21 in this backstage interview during the Rolling Stones' 2003 Licks tou... more
At 2:21 in this backstage interview during the Rolling Stones' 2003 Licks tour, Ronnie Wood mentions this Zemaitis acoustic guitar. He claims that these models with the heart-shaped sound holes were first made for him "and Clapton and Bob Dylan and George Harrison to name but a few."
In this backstage interview with Ronnie Wood during the Rolling Stones' 2003 ... more
In this backstage interview with Ronnie Wood during the Rolling Stones' 2003 Licks tour, he mentions at 1:00 his "good old-fashioned Firebird." His is a classic sunburst model with a white pick-guard.
While showing off his guitars in a backstage interview during the 2003 Rollin... more
While showing off his guitars in a backstage interview during the 2003 Rolling Stones Licks tour, Ronnie introduces this Japanese made model at 1:25. He explains that "it's got the B-bender when you pull down on the strap and it bends the B string a tone".
As said on his [website](http://www.ronniewood.com/Content/images/news/FENDER... more
As said on his website : "A new favourite of Ron’s is his 1953 FENDER ESQUIRE, he acquired this guitar about 4 years ago... Ronnie’s always picks this guitar as an alternative to his beloved ‘55 STRAT. During the recent Faces gigs he was using it more and more at every show! No matter how minimal Ronnie plays, weather it’s Rhythm or Lead, it cuts right thru and fills the guitar parts As only Woody can!"
On [Ronnie Wood's website](http://www.slideonron.com/guitars.htm), the captio... more
On Ronnie Wood's website, the caption under this photo read, "the Gibson L5 S (often mistaken for a Les Paul) Ronnie's is unusual as it has only a single pick-up"
In the sixth paragraph, this [article](http://www.vintageguitar.com/8466/ron-... more
In the sixth paragraph, this article from Vintage Guitar magazine explains that Ronnie Wood's acoustic guitars "include a Gibson J-200 and a Zemaitis adorned with silver."
According to a 1975 Guitar Player [article](http://www.guitarplayer.com/misce... more
According to a 1975 Guitar Player article: "After the Beck outfit splintered (due to management and personality conflicts) Ron returned to a Gibson SG that he had prior to moving to bass guitar."
In this photo, o necan see Wood playing a Gibson Les Paul Junior Special P90. more
In this photo, o necan see Wood playing a Gibson Les Paul Junior Special P90.
On Ronnie's [website](http://www.ronniewood.com/versoul.aspx), it says: "O... more
On Ronnie's website, it says:
"On Ronnie's first viewing of these Versoul instruments he really connected with them immediately!
He now owns a number of electric and acoustic models, some of which were custom made for him.
This model is a RAYA 6 CUSTOM, they are all individually hand made in Finland. This one is finished in gold leaf and features a stunningly brilliant blue light in the guitar. Wacky stuff indeed! These guitars not only grab your attention visually, they also sound huge!"
Ronnie Wood uses this guitar when was touring with Rod Stewart more
Ronnie Wood uses this guitar when was touring with Rod Stewart
Ronnie Wood - Gibson Les Paul more
Ronnie Wood - Gibson Les Paul
"He started with a Firebird 7, the 3 pick up model, his current instrument is... more
"He started with a Firebird 7, the 3 pick up model, his current instrument is a early '60's Firebird 5, the most sort after model of all the range, and it remains a firm fave of Ronnie's." - excerpt from Ronnie Wood's website.
In this photo, Wood can be seen playing the Gibson Les Paul Special. more
In this photo, Wood can be seen playing the Gibson Les Paul Special.
In this article from Gibson.com, the author claims in the second to last para... more
In this article from Gibson.com, the author claims in the second to last paragraph that Ronnie Wood (while playing in the Faces) preferred to match Gibson SG guitars with an Ampeg bass rig– the SVT, V-2, or V-4. The article recognizes that this tone is "considered by many of his fans to be the quintessential Woody tone". The article goes on to say that Ronnie used this setup in Faces' songs like "Stay With Me" because he appreciated its "high output and crunching drive."
[This interview](http://www.vintageguitar.com/8466/ron-wood/) from Vintage Gu... more
This interview from Vintage Guitar says of Ronnie Wood's setup:
"all cranked up through a ’50s Fender Tremolux, a ’56 Fender low-powered tweed Twin, a ’58 high-powered Twin, and a new Fender Vibro-King. To get an early Hank Marvin/Shadow’s sound when needed, Wood added a ’60 Watkins Dominator."
The eighth paragraph of this Vintage Guitar [interview](http://www.vintagegui... more
The eighth paragraph of this Vintage Guitar interview explains that Ronnie Wood used a "new Fender Vibro-King" on his new album.
According to a Vintage Guitar [interview](http://www.vintageguitar.com/8466/r... more
According to a Vintage Guitar interview, Ronnie Wood uses this ’58 high-powered Twin guitar amplifier.
Ronnie Wood mentions his Fender Jazz Bass in [this interview](http://www.guit... more
Ronnie Wood mentions his Fender Jazz Bass in this interview with Guitar Player in 1975:
"Wood’s first bass was a Fender Jazz he 'obtained' from Sound City, a music store around the block from where they rehearsed. 'I had no money,' he explains. 'I couldn’t pay for it, so I borrowed it and never took it back. About five years later I paid for it, after they tracked me down.'"
He used this P-Bass while working with Jeff Beck more
He used this P-Bass while working with Jeff Beck
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