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2011 Tour Guitars, Amps, etc.

PostPosted: 06 Mar 2011, 22:20
by Heavy_Stereo
Beady Eye Tour 2011- Guitars and Amps

Gem Archer
Rickenbacker 460 Fireglow
Rickenbacker 1997 Fireglow
Rickenbacker 340 Fireglow
Rickenbacker 330-12 Fireglow
Fender Pink Paisley Telecaster
Gibson Non-Reverse Firebird- Cardinal Red- Gibson PAF Chrome Pickups
Gibson Non-Reverse Firebird- Sunburst with 3 P-90 pickups
Martin D1228 12-String Acoustic
1 Vox AC30
1 Fender Twin Reverb

Andy Bell
Gibson Trini Lopez Signature Model- Cherry Red with Bigsby
Gibson ES-335- Ebony with block inlays
Fender Jaguar- Daphne Blue
Philippe Dubreullie Custom Les Paul with Chrome Top
2 Marshall 1987 Plexi Heads through 2 Marshall 4x12’s

Re: 2011 Tour Guitars, Amps, etc.

PostPosted: 08 Mar 2011, 08:11
by shameless80
i think its on the morning son (glasgow) i also see another telecaster for gem (keith richards styley) and a black rickie for Andy.

maybe wrong mind

Re: 2011 Tour Guitars, Amps, etc.

PostPosted: 09 Mar 2011, 05:01
by Heavy_Stereo
You are definitely correct on Andy playing the black Rick 330 (I hope the same one as the Ride days for good mojo!), but I think the different colored lights shining on Gem's Pink Paisley make it look like Richards' 52 Butterscotch Tele. There are YouTube videos of Morning Son that convinced me it was a red Tele, but now videos are popping up that clearly show the silver outline of the paisley pattern.

I have been trying to decipher Andy's pedal board from all the pics, but some of them are undoubtedly boutique, so it looks near impossible. I'll get a close up in June. I know there are 2 Ibanez pedals with the Keeley Mod, a Boss TU-2, Flanger, Dunlop wah, and some sort of Boss DD. I would bet DD-3, but one never knows.

Re: 2011 Tour Guitars, Amps, etc.

PostPosted: 12 Mar 2011, 10:20
by Northern Wizard
I have to say, I don't think Gem is using a Twin Reverb. Looks to me more like a Silverface Deluxe Reverb, these silverfaces are from the 70's.

I went to the Manchester gig on Monday and in the pics I took the VoxAC30 is considerably taller than his Fender, leading me to believe it's not a twin (a twin reverb is just about the same height as an AC30) A twin reverb (100w) would also be over twice the power of the AC30 (30w) whereas the Deluxe Reverb would be 20w so they would match each other a bit better output wise...

99.9 % sure its a Deluxe reverb

Re: 2011 Tour Guitars, Amps, etc.

PostPosted: 07 Jul 2011, 14:16
by whitesebastian
Gem definitely uses a blonde Tele, I saw him use it once - he has a nice grey one as well on the LDSMD dvd - I'll try and find it, I'm sure he's used it on this tour.
Andy's Les is a bit like Noel's Gibson from the Be Here Now tour