#2
from the headstock it kinda looks like a Guild guitar. that's all i know (or at least i think i know)
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#3
It does but then again so does my I banez Artcore and the PM signiture series models. I think Guild mainly builds acoustics.
#4
Quote by TheGuitaristMan
It does but then again so does my I banez Artcore and the PM signiture series models. I think Guild mainly builds acoustics.


Yeah, could be like a prototype sig. guitar for him from Ibanez (if he didn't have it at the time, i'm not sure when he got his sig. guitar). But from the headstock and how the Logo is laid out, it looks like a Guild.

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#5
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



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#7
It's a roland g303 guitar synth.


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#9
Quote by Lost_Rose
Looks very much like a Guild S-100

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No, it's like power freak said, a Roland g303.
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