• Keith Richards' Fender Telecaster Micawber guitar ART POSTER A3 size

    He then had the low E string removed so that he could have the guitar set up as a five-string in open G tuning. Micawber has been played by Keith in numerous recording sessions and live performances since 1971 and remains one of his go-to guitars.
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  • Lemmy's Rickenbastard guitar ART POSTER A3 size

    The illustration of this famous guitar is original and has been produced by George Morgan following extensive research. Lemmy's Rickenbastard. Attracted to the Rickenbacker by the shape, Lemmy was a guitarist turned bass player and found the thin neck easier to play.
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  • B. B. King's Lucille guitar POSTER PRINT A1 Size

    B.B. King was performing in a nightclub in 1949 when a fight broke out, during which a fire started and everyone ran outside for safety, including King, but only when he’d reached safety outside did he realise he had left his guitar inside the burning building.
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  • Sting’s 1957 Fender Precision Bass ART POSTER A2 size

    Sting’s 1957 Fender Precision Bass. Playing a Precision Bass since the late sixties, Sting has owned his main instrument for over a quarter of a century. The illustration of this famous guitar is original and has been produced by George Morgan following extensive research.
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  • Ritchie Blackmore’s 1971 Machine Head Stratocaster ART POSTER A2 size

    Above the nut was a walnut spot and only one string tree was installed instead of two. Also the logo ‘WITH SYNCHRONIZED TREMOLO’ has been applied, making this neck a mix from a 70s Stratocaster neck with some details from the new 71 model.
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  • David Gilmour’s Guitars ART POSTER A2 size

    This guitar is one of the most notable in David’s collection as it carries the 0001 serial number, although its origin continues to cause debate as it isn’t clear whether this really is the first Stratocaster or not, as only the neck bears the 0001 serial number which could have been removed from the original 0001 guitar.
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  • Famous Bass Guitars #2 - ART POSTER A2 size

    Named after the frets that allow musicians to hit precise notes, the design of Leo Fender’s early Precision Bass allowed a new way of playing. First advertised as a portable string bass which can be carried as easily as a guitar, Fender’s Precision Bass is fretted, includes an electric pickup and due to the solid body it could be amplified, giving it a new level of presence.
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  • Stevie Ray Vaughan's Stratocaster Number One guitar ART POSTER A2 size

    Stevie Ray Vaughan's Fender Stratocaster Number One. The frame and mount shown are not included.
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  • Famous Metal Guitars ART POSTER A1 size

    The frame and mount shown are not included. Famous Metal Guitars. The original seven examples of the KH-2 Ouija were produced between 1993 and 1994 with neck-through construction. They were produced with two stars on the 24th fret and released with spelling errors on the body.
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  • Francis Rossi's Fender Telecaster guitar ART POSTER A2 size

    Then deciding he wanted to paint it black. However, the black finish was unsuccessful so the front and back were rubbed down again. This time refinishing the front with green fence paint, Francis hurriedly reassembled it to play a gig and it has remained this way and continues to be used as his main guitar.
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  • Phil Lynott's Fender P Bass POSTER PRINT A1 Size

    Phil Lynott's Fender P. Bass. One of them had a Rosewood fingerboard and the other had a maple fingerboard.
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  • Bob Dylan’s Newport Stratocaster POSTER PRINT A1 Size

    The 1965 Festival marked a treacherous move in rock music and culture. The Newport Folk Festival in Rhode Island was a defining moment for Dylan, marking his move from acoustic folk to electric rock’n’roll.
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  • Francis Rossi's Fender Telecaster guitar POSTER PRINT A1 Size

    Then deciding he wanted to paint it black. However, the black finish was unsuccessful so the front and back were rubbed down again. This time refinishing the front with green fence paint, Francis hurriedly reassembled it to play a gig and it has remained this way and continues to be used as his main guitar.
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  • Malcolm Young’s 1963 Gretsch 6131 Jet Firebird ART POSTER A2 size

    Malcolm’s battle-hardened 6131 Jet Firebird began life in 1963 as a red Gretsch Jet Firebird. Malcolm Young’s 1963 Gretsch 6131 Jet Firebird. The illustration of this famous guitar is original and has been produced by George Morgan following extensive research.
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  • Roy Buchanan's Nancy Telecaster guitar ART POSTER A2 size

    He never achieved stardom but he is considered a highly influential player by those that did, including Danny Gatton, Arlen Roth and Jeff Beck. The subject of a 1971 TV documentary, Roy was subsequently given a recording contract with Polydor Records.
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  • Lemmy's Rickenbastard guitar ART POSTER A2 size

    The illustration of this famous guitar is original and has been produced by George Morgan following extensive research. Lemmy's Rickenbastard. Attracted to the Rickenbacker by the shape, Lemmy was a guitarist turned bass player and found the thin neck easier to play.
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  • Mick Ronson’s 1968 Gibson Les Paul Custom ART POSTER A3 size

    Mick Ronson’s 1968 Gibson Les Paul Custom. Mick played this Les Paul Custom in live performances and in the studio all through the Bowie years then later with Bob Dylan, Ian Hunter and every other project until he retired it to the Hard Rock Cafe in 1982.
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  • Brian Setzer's 6120 guitar- POSTER PRINT A1 size

    Aficionados will also recognise his black pickguard. The frame and mount shown are not included. Brian Setzer's 1959 Gretsch 6120.
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  • Carlos Santana's PRS prototype guitar POSTER PRINT A1 size

    Carlos Santana's PRS prototype. The frame and mount shown are not included.
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  • Lemmy's Rickenbastard guitar POSTER PRINT A1 size

    Lemmy's Rickenbastard. Attracted to the Rickenbacker by the shape, Lemmy was a guitarist turned bass player and found the thin neck easier to play. Size 841mm x 594mm (33.1" x 23.4").
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  • Carlos Santana’s PRS prototype guitar ART POSTER A3 size

    The frame and mount shown are not included. Carlos Santana’s PRS prototype.
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  • Jimi Hendrix’s Fender Stratocaster as used at Monterey POSTER PRINT A1 size

    Hardly anyone in the United States had heard of Jimi Hendrix before his performance but when he made his exit, he left behind far more than the smashed bits of his smouldering Stratocaster. Jimi Hendrix's Fender Stratocaster used at Monterey in 1967.
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  • Famous Metal Guitars - ART POSTER A2 size

    Famous Metal Guitars. The frame and mount shown are not included. Size 594mm x 420mm (23.38" x 16.54"). James Hetfield’s 1973 Gibson Les Paul is known as Uncle Milty after comedian Milton Berle. James did all the custom work including adding the racing stripe and the Iron Cross.
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  • Brian Setzer's 6120 guitar ART POSTER A2 size

    Aficionados will also recognise his black pickguard. The frame and mount shown are not included. Brian Setzer's 1959 Gretsch 6120.
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  • Kirk Hammett's ESP KH-2 Ouija guitar ART POSTER A2 size

    The original batch of production Ouija guitars were of neck through construction and produced for the Japanese domestic market around 1993-94. They have 2 stars on the 24th fret and 2 spelling errors on the body.
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  • Billy Gibbons’ 'Pearly Gates' ART POSTER A2 size

    Billy didn’t think the car would reach El Paso, but it made it all the way to Hollywood and she got the part. So he thought the old car must have some divine connection and it was christened Pearly Gates.
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  • Chris Squire's Rickenbacker RM1999 Bass POSTER PRINT A1 Size

    Chris rewired it to produce a split stereo output, each pickup going to different amplifiers. Using a lead guitar amplifier for the high frequencies and bass amplifier for the low end. He used this bass during his time with Yes and several other projects, in recordings and live performances throughout his career.
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  • Jimi Hendrix's Guitars POSTER PRINT A1 Size

    Jimi Hendrix's Guitars. Setting this 1965 Fender Stratocaster on fire didn’t go exactly to plan as Jimi received burns to his hands. Hardly anyone in America had heard of Jimi before his performance but when he made his exit, he left behind far more than the smashed bits of his burnt Stratocaster.
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  • George Harrison's 1962 Chet Atkins Country Gentleman ART POSTER A2 size

    This was George's guitar of choice throughout 1963 and 1964. George Harrison's 1962 Gretsch Chet AtkinsCountry Gentleman. The frame and mount shown are not included.
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  • Paul McCartney's 1963 Hofner 500/1 Violin Bass ART POSTER A2 size

    Beginning with a 1961 model, he then ordered another once he realised he needed a spare and found the Hofner to be the only left-handed bass available. This 1963 model is the one that became known asThe Beatle bass.
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  • Buddy Guy’s Polka-Dot Stratocaster ART POSTER A2 size

    When Buddy Guy left Louisiana in 1957 he promised his mother that he would go to Chicago and make more money than they ever dreamt of then come back home and buy her a polka-dot Cadillac. Buddy couldn’t fulfil his promise as his mother passed away, but years later Buddy approached Fender and asked them to make him a polka-dot Stratocaster as a tribute to his mother.
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  • Rick Parfitt’s Fender Telecaster guitar ART POSTER A2 size

    Rick has had a number of modifications carried out over the years including replacing the original pickup plate with a sawn off version and a wrap around bridge, allowing the strings to pass through the body.
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  • Keith Richards’ Fender Telecaster Custom POSTER PRINT A1 Size

    Removing the sixth string, allowing a five string open tuning set up and relocating the pickup selector toggle switch to a more convenient location where one of the volume controls used to be because of the angle at which he strums the guitar.
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  • Kurt Cobain's Guitars POSTER PRINT A1 Size

    To demonstrate what he wanted he took pictures of a Mustang and a Jaguar, cut them in half and taped them together. The result had the upper contours of the Mustang and the lower lines of the Jaguar.
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  • Buddy Guy’s Polka-Dot Stratocaster POSTER PRINT A1 Size

    When Buddy Guy left Louisiana in 1957 he promised his mother that he would go to Chicago and make more money than they ever dreamt of then come back home and buy her a polka-dot Cadillac. Buddy couldn’t fulfil his promise as his mother passed away, but years later Buddy approached Fender and asked them to make him a polka-dot Stratocaster as a tribute to his mother.
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  • Billy Gibbons’ 'Pearly Gates' POSTER PRINT A1 Size

    Billy didn’t think the car would reach El Paso, but it made it all the way to Hollywood and she got the part. So he thought the old car must have some divine connection and it was christened Pearly Gates.
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  • Aston Martin DB5 POSTER PRINT A1 Size

    Aston Martin's first DB5 prototype with chassis number DP/216/1 was fitted with a passenger ejector seat, bullet-proof shield and machine guns before making its debut in 1964's Goldfinger. James Bond's Aston Martin DB5.
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  • Paul Kossoff's 1959 Sunburst Gibson Les Paul ART POSTER A2 size

    Paul Kossoff’s 1959 Sunburst Gibson Les Paul. A black and white promotional video of Free shows Paul playing this 1959 Sunburst Gibson Les Paul while performingAll Right Now. Paul’s 1959 Sunburst has taken on the appearance of a Lemon Burst with a delicate touch of red.
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  • David Gilmour’s 1955 Workmate Esquire ART POSTER A2 size

    Fender only made a small batch of these in 1955 and didn’t officially introduce the finish until 1959. David Gilmour’s 1955Workmate Esquire. Acquired from Seymour Duncan around 1976 David’s Esquire already had this worn and butchered patina which led it to be namedThe Workmate after the Black and Decker work bench.
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  • Jimi Hendrix’s 1967 Gibson Flying V guitar POSTER PRINT A1 size

    Jimi Hendrix’s 1967 Gibson Flying V. Played throughout 1967 and 1968 Jimi eventually gave this Flying V to Eire Apparent guitarist Mick Cox, who inexplicably removed Hendrix’s custom paintwork. The frame and mount shown are not included.
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  • Brian May's Red Special guitar ART POSTER A2 size

    Work on the original Red Special began in 1963 and was carried out by Brian May and his father, Harold. The neck was hand-shaped and finished with an oak fretboard with inlays created from mother-of-pearl buttons.
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  • Jimmy Page's 1959 Gibson Les Paul #2 guitar ART POSTER A2 size

    Used as the Kashmir guitar in 1975, it was also used forDazed and Confused ,Moby Dick andOver the Hills and Far Away. Whilst at the O2 reunion it was used onTrampled Underfoot, Since I've Been Loving You andMisty Mountain Hop.
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  • Jimmy Page's Gibson EDS-1275 guitar ART POSTER A2 size

    The frame and mount shown are not included.
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  • Thom Yorke's 1972 Telecaster Deluxe guitar ART POSTER A2 size

    The frame and mount shown are not included. one volume knob were. Size 594mm x 420mm (23.38" x 16.54"). 2 2=5and used live for. output jack.
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  • Duck Dunn's 1958 Fender Precision Bass ART POSTER A2 size

    Duck became a highly sought after session player and has played with some of the greatest musicians of his time including Otis Redding, Muddy Waters, Albert King, Eric Clapton, Neil Young andThe Blues Brothers, with whom he played and acted in that now classic movie.
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  • Alvin Lee's Gibson ES-335 Big Red guitar ART POSTER A2 size

    Alvin bought this cherry red 1959 Gibson ES-335 for £45 in 1963 in Nottingham, UK and used it as his main instrument throughout his career although with a variety of stickers. He wanted to add the hollow sound produced by Fender so in the 60's he added a single coil Stratocaster pickup to the middle position, then later installed its own volume control.
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  • Famous Bass Guitars - ART POSTER A1 size

    Jaco Pastorius’ 1962 Fender Jazz Bass was known as the Bass of Doom and featured on all of his recordings including solo albums and collaborations with Weather Report, Joni Mitchell and Pat Metheny. Originally a fretted bass, Jaco had the frets removed, along with the pickguard.
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