#1
Is there anywhere I can buy his? I can't find one! Does anyone know where I could find one like his, maybe similar color and everything?
#2
Pics would help.

EDIT: Is this what you're looking for?

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#3
Didn't he use more than one guitar? I've seen him with that hollowbody and a Les Paul alot.
#5
TS, you're gonna have to be a bit more specific.
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#6
I've seen him use:
Les Paul
Tele
Some sort of Ibanez (I think)
and that hollowbody
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#7
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Pics would help.

EDIT: Is this what you're looking for?



that one! what is it? is it like a signature model?

also, isnt it really big?
#8
It's a Gibson ES-175. It doesn't look to be too big:



Not sure if that's the exact same one, but it's similar.
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#9
It looks like his guitar don't have a pickguard :p
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It looks like his guitar don't have a pickguard :p


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#12
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It looks like his guitar don't have a pickguard :p


Well, I did say I wasn't sure if it was the exact same one But Izzy does use ES-175s.
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#13
Yeah, they're beautiful guitars, specially if you pick one of the more unique finishes, like theres' a blue N' black burst effect one that is f'cking gorgeous. Still, £ridiculous.99 is a bit much for a bulky LP with f-holes and fancy pickups.
And also, the pick-guards' as piss-easy to remove as the LP's - i.e., 1 screw next to the neck n fretboard, the other on the side of the guitar. Not even 2 minutes & you're there, and you can only tell theres' meant to be stuff there up close.
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#15
Well true - get the Epi or something, & do a pickup swap would be the best idea. And with my credentials, perhaps I'm the wrong person to comment on the Ibanez
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