From November 5, 1971 through September 3, 1973 Elvis Presley performed in concert with this customized Gibson Dove acoustic guitar with an Ebony finish and Elvis Presley inlaid in script on the rosewood fret board. When Elvis began his tour on March 1, 1974 in Tulsa, Oklahoma he performed onstage for the first time with this Ebony 1968 Gibson J200 guitar with the same sticker.
Johnny Depp has starred in a string of critically acclaimed blockbusters, but his personal career high was playing slide guitar on the song Fade In-Out Oasis album “Be Here Now.” Depp even gave Noel Gallagher a guitar during the recording session, which he often plays at concerts now.
With the launch of the Apple Music streaming service, Radiohead’s “In Rainbows” as well as Yorke’s solo albums and with Atoms for Peace are available, despite being pulled elsewhere. Why Apple??? A quick look at a few of his guitars will tell you Yorke has supported Mac for years???
Here’s what we can gather about it so far….The photo of John Lennon is from the May 19th 1967 record release party at manager Brian Epstein house in his home at 24 Chappel Street, London.
Another feelnumb.com post about stickers on instruments….This time it’s Ryan Adams who played this Gibson Acoustic with sticker with letters spelling out OWSLEY. We have not found the reason for the sticker so I can only assume that it is for Owsley Stanley.
Looks like Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder at some point had a sticker on his vintage Brown Martin 0-18 acoustic guitar. I haven’t seen it on there recently as this picture was taken around 2004. Don’t quite know what it is but it looks like a variation of The United States Presidential Seal or The Ramones […]
The Who’s Pete Townshend has had numerous Gibson Les Paul Deluxe guitars. The most famous of those were numbered from #1 to #9 based on the tuning requirements of various songs.
I’ve always loved Noel Gallagher’s Gibson J-200 with the colorful retro Adidas sticker right above the fret board. Why would Noel put an Adidas sticker on his guitar?
If you watch The Beatles “Let it Be” movie you will see that Paul McCartney’s 1962 Höfner 500/1Violin bass has a BASSMAN sticker on it.
Kurt Cobain purchased this 1961 Epiphone “Texan” acoustic guitar with the “Nixon Now” sticker as a replacement for his Stella acoustic from a Los Angeles guitar shop after completing the “In Utero” album.