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

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