Noel Gallagher uses a Rickenbacker 330 Electric Guitar in Mapleglo finish, with a rosewood neck. In this video of Oasis performing "Who Feels Love?" live, Noel plays the rhythm guitar part on his Rickenbacker 330. The guitar can be seen throughout the video, but particularly well starting at 4:58 onwards, where the camera zooms in for a closeup, showing the two stickers Noel has placed on the guitar (a green peace sign sticker on the top horn, and a sticker of a blue circle with two bird heads facing each other with the writing "BC" in the middle on the pickguard). This performance is originally from the [Oasis - Familiar to Millions: Live At Wembley](http://www.amazon.com/Oasis-Familiar-Millions-Live-Wembley/dp/B000055XTB/) concert film.more
He uses this guitar, according to Guitar World's interview. "TWEEDY: I have a 1965 SG, which is pretty much my main guitar. I also used an Epiphone Wilshire, the mini-humbucker model, a little bit. Those were my two main electrics, but I have so many guitars. I've been buying them forever. I did a few overdubs here and there with a Rickenbacker 330, and also some with a Tele. But for the most part, almost everything is on the SG." Original article here:http://www.guitarworld.com/interview-jeff-tweedy-and-nels-cline-discuss-guitars-and-gear-behind-wilcos-latest-album-whole-love?page=0,2more
According to an article on Guitarthai, in addition to his own signature ESP Eclipse lineup, Sugizo also used an ESP Horizon, Fender Jaguars, Fender Stratocasters, Fender Telecasters, Gibson ES175, a Gibson Les Paul Custom, a Richenbacker 330, and electric violins made by Kranz. He also used Diezel VH4 head, a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier head, a Mesa Boogie 4x12 cabinet, a TC Electronic TC 2290 Rackmount Dynamic Digital Delay, Decimator ProRack G power conditioner, a script Phase 90, a Boss CE-2 Chorus pedal, a Boss OD-1 pedal, a Providence Final Booster, a Digitech Whammy II, an Eventide Pitchfactor, an Eventide TimeFactor, an Eventide ModFactor, a TC Electronic G System, a Boss PS-5 Super Shifter, a Blackstar HT-DIST Distortion pedal, and a Providence Stampede Overdrive.more
Paul Arthurs can be seen with a jetglo Rickenbacker 330 in this photo. Also, this guitar was used for Parlour Flames' "Pop Music, Football and Girls" music video, but, it was used for the [Aston Villa version](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ivKfp9T8cY), and it can be seen with a capo on second fret, and at 0:14 minute mark. Origin of the photo comes from [this Aston Villa article](http://www.avfc.co.uk/page/BlogsEntry/0,,10265~3148387,00.html), and few photos show that also Aston Villa staff were pictured with that guitar!more
"Girls love Rickenbackers and so do I. They are easier to run your fingers over than anything else. The necks are a joy. I'm talking about the guitars here. Probably. Rickenbackers are a bit too jangly until you put them through a fuzz box. Then they sound gorgeous, retaining more weight than a Fender and more colour than a Gibson."more
This is a very comprehensive list of Stereolab's entire studio equipment from about 2004. Because it's a bit daft to try to split up a band like Stereolab into individual musicians and roles, I'm going to list more gear under the name 'Tim Gane', as he's probably the most pivotal member of the band.more
A short Story.
With a heavy heart I sold my 1958 Hofner President for £900 and added some extra money to that sum to purchase a 1976 Rickenbacker 330/6 (my dream guitar) the guitar came in the Jetglo black finish and had been modified which reduced the price I knocked a few pounds off the price by it having an unoriginal tailpiece as it had been removed and replaced by the seller with the vibrola from a Rickenbacker 335 and the guitar plays amazingly and I love it so much this I feel will be my only guitar to never see a studio. EDIT found an origonal tailpiece