#1
Hi everybody

Watching my favourite Ozzy's live (L&L) I noticed that Zakk in Crazy Train's intro and other parts uses a very cool Gibson Les Paus Custom.

I couldn't find any news about that guitar in forums and sites.
Do you know if it is a special custom only for that live or something similar?
I read about The Grail, but it is not clear if it refers to this guitar or to a satin goldtop LP

I post also a photo down here.

If you know something please tell me!!!
Bye bye guys!!!

Last edited by redshamrock at Jul 24, 2011,
#2
that guitar (or another of the same model) is owned by a guy on youtube who does ozzy covers, I remember he has a video discussing the guitar, ive no idea what his channel was called though

I think it was some sorta custom dean i think, definetly wasnt a gibson though
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#3
thats not zakk is it???....cus if it is he's pretty swolle(no homo or anything)
#4
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thats not zakk is it???....cus if it is he's pretty swolle(no homo or anything)

Yeah that's Zakk man. All those brews really fattened him up since then hahaha
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thats not zakk is it???....cus if it is he's pretty swolle(no homo or anything)


It could be. Zakk is pretty buff...
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#6
hey do u guys now how to take the pickup toggle switch plate with the words on it off
zakk has it and it looks cool how do u do it?
#7
That style looks like something from DBZ.
For the switch thing... you just loosen the nut around the selector switch.
The switch will eventually fall through. Carefull you don't loosen the solder joints.
Now just pry the plastic ring off. It's probably glued on there, so do this carefully, don't scratch the top of your guitar.
When it's done, remove the glue residue, put everythning back
and don't ever worry about labelling again!
#8
It's a custom guitar made for him by a luthier named Andy Beech. Zakk apparently calls this guitar "the Glory".