#5
The headstock is reminiscent of Guild, but I don't know that they've ever had a midi capable guitar, or the like.

Hey guys! I just started playing electric guitar should I get a Gabson Lay Pall or a Femdor Startokaster. I like the picks on the gabsons but i like how sweet femdors look. Beforre i get a gabson what company makes them?
#6
I don't think it is a guild. That headstock looks like the Ibanez Artcore headstocks and Ibanez PM Series too. Guild mainly focuses on acoustics and I don't know if it is a Godin because it has no pictures or even body styles that resemble this guitar. So, so far we have the bastard child of Guild, Ibanez and Godin.
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David Byrne also uses that guitar on Stop Making Sense and I've always wondered what it was. He plays it on slippery people and crosseyed and painless. On another guitar forum they thought it might be a guild too, but none of the guild models fit its shape exactly. I thought all the switches might have been added aftermarket but theyre there on both the metheny pic and on byrnes




Also, someone suggested that it could possibly be an extremely old B.C. Rich
#8
It's a Roland GR300 Synth guitar. Pat Metheny IS famous for it you know.

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&safe=off&q=Roland+GR300+Guitar

Chris
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David Byrne also uses that guitar on Stop Making Sense and I've always wondered what it was. He plays it on slippery people and crosseyed and painless. On another guitar forum they thought it might be a guild too, but none of the guild models fit its shape exactly. I thought all the switches might have been added aftermarket but theyre there on both the metheny pic and on byrnes




Also, someone suggested that it could possibly be an extremely old B.C. Rich


That looks kind of like a B.C. Rich logo. An old one, of course.