In [this interview](http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/snowy_white_wailing... more
In this interview, the caption under a photo of Snowy White's Les Paul says, "'I’m not precious about it,' White says of the ’57 goldtop Les Paul he’s relied on for the last 41 years. It’s been rewired and refretted, and the bridge and tuners have been switched out when necessary, but its checked and battered finish bears the battle scars of innumerable gigs.
You can see Snowy photographed with this guitar during a portrait shoot for G... more
You can see Snowy photographed with this guitar during a portrait shoot for Guitarist Magazine, January 17, 2012. Here is Snowy talking about his guitars, including the Gibson ES-345: "Interviewer: Since then you’ve branched out a bit from the Les Paul. What are some of the other guitars in your arsenal?
Snowy: For about 30 years, my Les Paul was my only guitar, and I never wanted another one. But since I’ve been doing other things, like with Roger Waters, I’ve needed a few guitars. I bought a Strat, which is similar to the black Stratocaster David Gilmour has—I figured I would use that for a couple of songs to get the appropriate sound. And on the last tour for Dark Side of the Moon [2006–2008], I bought a ’57 Les Paul reissue, which felt exactly the same as my old one. I put a tremolo arm on it, because I needed to do a few tremolo bits. I also got an ES-345 from Gibson, which is a really great semi-hollowbody. And I’ve got a Martin acoustic, a D-28 that came straight from the factory—they found a nice one for me. So I have bought some guitars I only use when I’m playing with other people. When I’m doing my thing, I just use my Les Paul." Snowy White: Wailing on the Wall Adam Perlmutter November 16, 2010, Premier Guitar, December 2010 Full interview here: https://www.premierguitar.com/articles/Snowy_White_Wailing_on_the_Wall
Snowy White says, "I used to use a Fender Twin Reverb, but for many years all... more
Snowy White says, "I used to use a Fender Twin Reverb, but for many years all I’ve used is the Vox AC30. I switched to Vox because it was more complimentary to the sound of my Les Paul. With Roger, even on big stages, I use an AC30. I’ve got two, and I kick the second one in only for solos—that’s it," in this article.
In [this article](http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/snowy_white_wailing_o... more
In this article, Snowy White says, "I don’t use a lot when I’m doing my own thing, but with Roger I obviously need to use a few bits and pieces. I’ve got this Line 6 M9 stompbox that I’m using for the first time. I can get all my repeats and delays—it’s great and works really well. For my basic sound, I use a little Boss Blues Driver, which gives me a bit of an edge. I haven’t got much else really: an Ernie Ball volume pedal, a Boss OverDrive, and a Boss Rotary Ensemble, and that’s about it."