#1
I saw the Black Keys last night in Madison, WI. Awesome show, and can't beat the price (Soco Music Experience = Free). Anyways, I saw Dan Auerbach playing a Flying V type guitar with Bigsby style vibrato, the headstock definitely wasn't a Gibson, or a Dean anyone know what type of guitar it was, (see below for a partial pic):



axenut
#5
Dan uses a few random ass guitars, and he has a few Ibanez lawsuit guitars.

That would be one of them.
#7
I think Ibanez is correct, I found a catalog page from 1975, looks like a match.

axenut
#10
I was distracted by his burly beard

But did the rest look like this:
Peavey 6505+
Fender Hot Rod Deville 410
Fender Telecaster Blacktop
Gretsch G5120
#11
Quote by l3p4rd
I was distracted by his burly beard

But did the rest look like this:


That's it, except he had a bigsby vibrato installed, and the color was an orangish color.

axenut
#12
Quote by axenut
That's it, except he had a bigsby vibrato installed, and the color was an orangish color.

axenut


Oh, forgot to mention he had zebra buckers, not the covered ones like you show.

axenut
#13
He probably just got it customized, that's an ibanez lawsuit v
Peavey 6505+
Fender Hot Rod Deville 410
Fender Telecaster Blacktop
Gretsch G5120
#15
Quote by Mecler
It says Ibanez right there. Can you not read?


Don't be an asshole. Not everyone knows about the lawsuit era. Not to mention the angle, and the different logo.
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#16
big I on the tuning stock gives it away as an ibernaz.
epiphone gothic lp
ibanez arc-300
epiphone traditional pro lp
vox ad100vht head.
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