#1
Hey guys
I was wondering if you could help me identify this guitar that Steve Mazur uses. I think its some type of fender semi, but I'm not positive. These are the best pictures that I could get. Any input is appreciated, and thanks for your time!





#2
i think it says rogue on the headstock
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#3
i think its a yamaha
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#4
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i think its a yamaha



Well I know he used to play a Yamaha AES82, but the headstock of this one looks like it says fender, or some other short name.
#6
dude its a les paul, my friends got the same exact bass.. but as this models come for both basses and guitars...
#9
It's a 1970's Fender Starcaster. Johnny Greenwood of Radiohead has also been known to use one.



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#12
Alright, I was thinking it was a modded Yamaha above, but after looking at that Starcaster, Im pretty convinced thats what it is. Yeah, that matches the headstock and everything. Thanks alot guys.
#13
Quote by olp07
Alright, I was thinking it was a modded Yamaha above, but after looking at that Starcaster, Im pretty convinced thats what it is. Yeah, that matches the headstock and everything. Thanks alot guys.


No problem. Good luck trying to find one though., they're pretty obscure (not to mention expensive).
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