Offworld92
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#2
There's a good possibility it's a random one off custom made by some luthier somewhere.
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#3
ADM uses a lot of high end guitars from a variety of makers, like Guilds, Martins, PRS, etc., but I can't ID that as being one from his known affiliations. It prabably is a luthier's work.
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#4
I'm pretty sure it's a small luthier shop somewhere, but I still think it might be somewhat renowned.
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#6
It might be, it might not. But we can't see the writing on the headstock, and sifting through images on the web...

Lets just say I personally have about 300 guitar manufacturer/luthier websites bookmarked, and I can't come up with that sust based on what I've seen in the video. I'd have to go from site to site...
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Quote by FusionFission
I actually think it looks a little like an older Giffin, but can't be sure.

Means nothing, really, but Giffin mostly uses 3 + 3 headstocks, and ADM isn't on their client list.
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#8
Thanks, guys. Yeah, I knew it was a long shot. I guess short of asking Al himself, I'll let it remain a mystery.
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Quote by FusionFission
Thanks, guys. Yeah, I knew it was a long shot. I guess short of asking Al himself, I'll let it remain a mystery.

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Wow, I think that might be it! At least the headstock comes very close. I'll look into it more.
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#15
Yeah, I think that's it: Starfield. So instead of it being a virtually unobtainable small, on-off luthier, it's a now defunct Ibanez sister company. So, um, does anyone know where Starfields can be bought?
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#16
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