Guitarstuff Gallery - Page 30

Radian Telecaster Ash Custom Works 1996 Fender Stratocaster

Brothers from another mother. (cousins, maybe)

1996 MIM Fender Stratocaster

2008 Radian Telecaster

Sunbathing in front of the Remarkables on a lazy Queenstown afternoon.


Les Paul Triumph Bass Harmony H22 Fender Mustang Bass

This is my bass guitar arsenal. Left to right 1973 Les Paul Triumph bass which I bought new from Lewis Eadys in that year.This guitar can produce just about any sound you want and sounds thunderous through a D.O.D. bass overdrive. Early 1960'S Harmony H22. I have owned this one for five years. Split D'Armond pickup. Saw a Tom Petty DVD and Ron Blair was playing one. Awesome rich warm sound. Reissue Fender Mustang. I have had this one nearly a year. Bought it off a guy in Nelson and it is mint. Got a set of GHS Boomers [50 to 115], got it set up and wow, through the overdrive, stunning. Still gig with all of them today. It just depends on what I'm playing and what mood I'm in.


Ibanez Gem 555 Electric Guitar

My Beautiful Ibanez Gem555 black. Made in korea with HSH these are dimarzio pick-ups with a very nice tone & a very nice looking scratch plate & Inlays along the fret board.

Enjoy the photo in alls its glory.



Fender Telecaster 1969 Yamaha SA50 Maya Les Paul Recording Burny Les Paul Custom Yamaha FG411 Vox Hotcake Cry Baby

Hey guys, some family pics for the gallery.

2004 Fender Telecaster
1969 Yamaha SA50
Maya Les Paul Recording
Burny Les Paul Custom
Yamaha FG411
Vox AD30VT
Cry Baby


Home Built Sea Foam Green Fender Stratocaster Electric Guitar

Here is a pic of my Sea Foam Green Strat style guitar(It's not a Fender) that I built.

Specs as follows;

American swamp ash body in sea foam green
Allparts deluxe maple neck-22 fret,12.5" radius,bone nut,Sperzel pro tuners
Wilkinson 5 + 1 tremolo bridge
J S Moore Custom hand wound pickups
Fender pots,switch,jack plate etc.

I've also got a USA '62 Vintage re-issue and this is every bit as good(but different)

It is very snappy and responsive with great sustain and plenty of grunt when I need it.

I've played lots of good strats and this is the equal of any of them.

Cheers, Phil

Ibanez Iceman 1981

I've attached a photo of my first and only electric guitar, a 1981 Ibanez Iceman. It was 1989 and I had just started having lessons with 'the Axeman' himself, Paul Martin (Axe Attack announcer extraordinaire, ex-knighshade, fury, blackjack, and currently fronting World War IV). I had been trying to learn on a cheap acoustic steel string that my mum bought me. The strings were like fencewire and the action was more than 1cm at the 12th fret (one of my friends nicknamed it 'the strings of death'). Paul had said the first thing I needed to do was get a decent guitar. He rang me one day and said that someone was at his place who was selling an Iceman (his trademark guitar - I think he has 4!) in great nick and should he send him up. I said yes even though I didn't have a cent to my name and...well... a generous loan from a great friend and 19 years later we are still together! Its been through a few wars - the worst involving a huge wrought iron monstrosity of a candleabra that my wife got at a garage sale falling on top of it - but thanks to some TLC from local luthier Keith MacMillan, it sounds as good as it ever did and actually plays better!


Ashton Acoustic Guitar

Hey, hereís my blue Ashton. Itís not much, but it makes good sounds and itís awesome to play!!


Vester Stage Series Gibson ES335 Copy Fender Stratocaster Carter Pedal Steel S10

Hi, Well here I am at last. Shot of my guitars attached. Left one is a Vester Stage series, then the Gibson 335 F hole look a liked by Samick , then my pride and joy - 1994 Fender Strat 40 year anniversary model. I love them all and they can sure tell some stories. They are all leaning on my latest acquisition - a Carter Pedal Steel, S10 with three foot pedals and four knee levers. I like the sounds you can get from the steel, but it takes a bit of work to get it all together. Cheers


ESP Edwards Les Paul Custom ESP Maverick Jackson Kramer Ferrington

I love 'Made in Japan' guitars. The front two are a mahogany ESP Edwards Les Paul custom with long tenon neck joint, Duncans, and ebony fretboard (imported from Japan), an ESP Maverick from the 80's with a hotrail pickup and abalone offset inlays, at the back a MIJ Jackson with a Duncan, and the only one made in USA - a Kramer Ferrington from the late 70s or early 80s. I recently imported the Edwards from Japan.


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