Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Daniel Johns

Gibson Les Paul Custom - Daniel's main guitar since the late 90's. Used in Open
C#m tuning.

Fender 1972 Telecaster Deluxe - Black Finish. Used for all songs in standard
tuning, such as "Young Modern Station" and "Ana's Song (Open Fire)".

Fender 1972 Telecaster Deluxe - Natural Wood Finish. Used for all songs in
standard which require a capo, most notably "Those Thieving Birds/Strange
Behaviour/Those Thieving Birds Part 2".

Rickenbacker 330/12 semi-hollow 12-string - Used in standard tuning for "The
Greatest View" and "World Upon Your Shoulders".

Paul Reed Smith Custom 24 - Emerald Green finish. One of Daniel's original
guitars. Now used in dropped-D tuning for "The Door". The guitar was once owned
by Page Hamilton of the band Helmet.

Paul Reed Smith McCarty Standard - Black finish. Used since the Freak Show era,
and now for songs in E-B-G-D-A-B tuning such as "The Lever" and "One Way Mule".

Gibson SG Heritage - Tuned half a step down for "Straight Lines".

Maton EM325C semi-acoustic - Sparkle finish. Used in an unusual tuning of
F-C-G-D-G-D, used for the songs "Tuna In The Brine", "Across The Night" and "Luv
Your Life".

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

One of the ten most underrated guitar players today by Rolling Stone Magazine. Nice equipment.

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