The 'Rose' Suhr is still my main electric guitar, with 'Bernadette' (which I burnt using a pyrography kit) acting as my spare guitar. 'Rose' Suhr is a telelcaster style body, with three pickups and a trem so I can get all those fab Strat noises as well!!! This guitar sounds much more authentic for the Roger Waters gig, plus it's the most musically versatile guitar I've ever owned...
The 'Rose' graphics were conceived and created by Anne-Marie Helder. She also researched and composed the Egyptian hieroglyphs seen on the back of the guitar body and, using pyrographic tools, burnt both the 'Rose' design and the hieroglphs directly into the wood...
Swamp Ash body / 1-piece Maple neck / Custom soft medium V shape - .800-.850 / 10-14" radius / Jumbo frets / 1055 bridge / 1.650" nut width / Chrome hardware / Sperzel locking tuners / No pickguard / T control plate with 5-way / V60LP neck / V60LP middle / Duncan Hot Rails in the bridge
The Godin Multiac nylon guitar is an amazing sounding classical guitar, complete with various MIDI possibilities too!! I use this guitar for 'Goodbye Blue Sky,' 'is Anybody Out There' and 'Vera.'
3 x Brunetti Mercury 50 watt heads and two Brunetti 4 x 12 cabs, with red Shure ribbon mics. Probably the best guitar amps in the world!!!
In the past I've been offered loads of string deals with various companies, but I've always turned them down. I would rather pay for D'Addario strings then have any other strings for free... I've been using them forever on my classical, acoustic and electric guitars, and they're simply the best!!!
One of the coolest fringe benefits of getting the Roger Waters gig was having my own signature guitar picks!!!
They're just the 2.0mm Dunlop Gator grips, with my name replacing the picture of the alligator!! Dunlop made me a few hundred of these, but I like them so much that I rarely give them away!!!!