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Old 07-20-2007, 11:31 AM   #41
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Some Corrections to your list...

Gibson Les Paul Standard: "Always"
- To the best of my knowledge, he doesn't have a Les Paul Standard. Unless you are thinking of the Gibson 30th Anniversary Gold Top.

Discotheque" (Was recorded with a Telecaster)
- I am not sure that is true. The main Discotheque guitar part was actually an acoustic through some effects. It was mentioned in an interview; might have been the Sept `97 GW interview.

Fender Jaguar: "Electrical Storm", "If You Wear That Velvet Dress"
- Nope. The Jaguar was not used for "Velvet Dress

Gretsch Country Gentleman: "City of Blinding Lights", "Miss Sarajevo", "Please", "One Tree Hill" (Vertigo Tour), "Do You Feel Loved", "Mothers of the Disappeared", "The Wanderer"
- The Wanderer was played on a Country Gent for the tribute to Johnny Cash in 2005 but I am not certain it was used for the album version.
- It was used for Mothers of the Disappeared (LIVE) during PopMart but not on the album.
- I am not so sure it was used for Miss Sarajevo.
- It (One of the various Country Gents he's owned) was used for the recording of KITE


Gretsch White Falcon: "Van Diemen's Land", "Desire", "Pride (In The Name Of Love)" [All three were used on the recording only]
- Not exactly. The White Falcon was used on Desire in the movie but the album/single version was one of the Les Paul Customs (per Dallas Schoo)

Gibson J-200: "Yahweh", "The Hands That Built America"
- To be more precise, during the Vertigo tour, they were Gibson Pete Townshend model (2004) J-200's

Fernandes Decade: "Discothèque", "With or Without You"
- The model used during PopMart was one of two Fernandes Decade Elite's. Used for the tunes listed above AND "...Velvet Dress".

Fernandes Native Pro: "With or Without You".
- Used during the Elevation tour only. This guitar was HEAVILY modified with Hot Rail pickups & a Decade Elite-style neck


Fernandes Retrorocket: "With or Without You"
- Custom black finish

Gibson ES-295: "Desire" (Music Video)
- Sold at auction in APril 2007

Gibson ES-330: "Holy Joe", "Staring at the Sun", "The Playboy Mansion", "One" (Zoo TV Tour).
- Also in the ONE video. Used for Holy Joe at the K-Mart PopMart launch.

Gibson Sonex-180 Deluxe: "With a Shout (Jerusalem)", "Scarlet"
- I am not 100% sure that was used for "Scarlet".


Gibson Byrdland: "When Love Comes to Town"-
- He does not and never has owned a Byrdland. The "When Love Comes To Town" guitar seen in R&H... also used for Pride at Self Aid and on the cover of the March 1987 Roling Stone magazine is a Yamaha AE2000


Washburn/Taylor Acoustics: "Wild Honey", "Party Girl", "Seconds", "Stay (Faraway, So Close!)", "Tryin' to Throw Your Arms Around the World", "Running to Stand Still", "Drowning Man", "Fast Cars", "Elvis Presley and America", "Slow Dancing", "Hallelujah (Here She Comes)", "Dancing Barefoot", "Everlasting Love", "Bass Trap"
- "Wild Honey" was either a Taylor of the Gibson J-200 - not the Washburn. The Washburn has not been used since ZOOTV/ZOOROPA tours."
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Gibson Les Paul Standard: "Always"
- To the best of my knowledge, he doesn't have a Les Paul Standard. Unless you are thinking of the Gibson 30th Anniversary Gold Top
sorry, I meant Les Paul Classic.

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Discotheque" (Was recorded with a Telecaster)
- I am not sure that is true. The main Discotheque guitar part was actually an acoustic through some effects. It was mentioned in an interview; might have been the Sept `97 GW interview.
ok then


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- The Wanderer was played on a Country Gent for the tribute to Johnny Cash in 2005 but I am not certain it was used for the album version.
there was no guitar in the album version




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- It was used for Mothers of the Disappeared (LIVE) during PopMart but not on the album.
well it was rarely played during the Joshua Tree Tour, and this is a list of what was used for the most part, with some exceptions.



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I am not so sure it was used for Miss Sarajevo.
trust me, he did


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To be more precise, during the Vertigo tour, they were Gibson Pete Townshend model (2004) J-200's

I didn't make this to be precise otherwise I would have cut it up even more on which color and whether it was a '50s strat or '70s start, etc



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- I am not 100% sure that was used for "Scarlet".
I am


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- "Wild Honey" was either a Taylor of the Gibson J-200 - not the Washburn. The Washburn has not been used since ZOOTV/ZOOROPA tours."
It was with a Taylor T-5. Note How I said Washburn/taylor

Ok updated list:

Gibson Explorer: "Beautiful Day", "Ultraviolet (Light My Way)", "The Saints Are Coming", "I Will Follow", "Boy/Girl", "Another Day", "A Sort of Homecoming", "Stories for Boys", "The Electric Co.", "Is That All?", "Things to Make and Do", "The Ocean", "Endless Deep", "Like A Song", "New York", "Miracle Drug", "11 O'Clock Tick Tock", "Shadows and Tall Trees", "Out of Control", "Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses", "A Day Without Me", "Twilight", "I Fall Down", "The Ground Beneath Her Feet"


Fender Stratocaster: "I Threw A Brick Through A Window", "Bad", "Trip Through Your Wires", "The First Time", "Surrender", "Tomorrow", "Indian Summer Sky", "Love Comes Tumbling", "Promenade", "The Three Sunrises", "Stranger In A Strange Land", "Red Light", "Two Hearts Beat As One", "Treasure (Whatever Happened to Pete the Chop?)", "J. Swallo", "Fire", "A Celebration", "The Refugee", "Silver and Gold", "Helter Skelter", "Heartland", "Another Time, Another Place", "Boomerang I", "Boomerang II", "A Room at the Heartbreak Hotel", "Touch", "Spanish Eyes", "Deep in the Heart", "4th of July", "Salomé", "Where Did it All Go Wrong", "The Sweetest Thing", "Red Hill Mining Town", "Gloria", "An Cat Dubh / Into the Heart", "Hawkmoon 269", "All Along the Watchtower", "Where the Streets Have No Name", "God Part II", "The Fly" (ZooTV Tour), "Lady With The Spinning Head", "Paint It Black", "Fortunate Son", "Walk to The Water", "Luminous Times (Hold on to Love)", "I Fall Down", "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For", "Pride (In the Name of Love)", "Sunday Bloody Sunday" (Up Until Popmart), "All I Want Is You", "Wake Up Dead Man", "Wire", "Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of", "40" (Adam uses a Stratocaster when played live), and "Bullet the Blue Sky."


Gibson Les Paul Custom: "Zoo Station", "Rejoice", "Some Days Are Better Than Others", "Walk On", "New Year's Day", "Zooropa", "Babyface", "Love Is Blindness", "Acrobat", "One", "Unchained Melody" (Often played after One), "Can't Help Falling in Love", "Daddy's Gonna Pay for Your Crashed Car", "Dirty Day", "Satellite Of Love", "Lemon", "Numb", "Mofo", "Kite", "When I Look at the World", "In a Little While", "Peace on Earth", "Grace", "Exit", "In God's Country", "Desire", "Sunday Bloody Sunday" (Popmart Tour), "The Fly" (Elevation Tour)

Gibson Les Paul Goldtop: "Until the End of the World" (played with a capo on the 3rd fret), "Last Night on Earth", "Miami", "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me", "If God Will Send His Angels", "Your Blue Room", "Happiness Is a Warm Gun", "Big Girls Are Best", "I'm Not Your Baby", "Don't Take Your Guns To Town", "Night and Day"


Gibson Les Paul Classic: "Always", "I Will Follow" (music video)


Gibson SG: "Elevation"


Fender Telecaster: "Vertigo", "The Unforgettable Fire", "Sunday Bloody Sunday" (Elevation and Vertigo Tours)


Fender Jaguar: "Electrical Storm"


Rickenbacker 330/12: "Mysterious Ways", "Even Better Than The Real Thing", "Angel of Harlem", "Love Rescue Me", "Gone" "Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own", "Window in the Skies"


Gretsch Country Gentleman: "City of Blinding Lights", "Miss Sarajevo", "Please", "One Tree Hill" (Vertigo Tour), "Do You Feel Loved", "Mothers of the Disappeared" (Popmart Tour), "The Wanderer", "Kite" (Used on record)


Gretsch White Falcon: "Van Diemen's Land", "Pride (In The Name Of Love)" [Both were on the record only]


Line 6 Variax 700 Acoustic: "Love and Peace or Else", "The Fly" (Vertigo Tour)


Epiphone Casino: "All Because of You", "Crumbs from Your Table", "One Step Closer", "Original of the Species" (Guitar Version), "A Man and a Woman", "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Live with Paul McCartney)"


Epiphone Sheraton: "All Because of You" (music video)


Gibson J-200: "Yahweh", "The Hands That Built America"


Fernandes Decade Elite: "Discothèque", "If You Wear That Velvet Dress, "With or Without You" (Popmart Tour)


Modified Fernandes Native Pro: "With or Without You" (Elevation Tour)


Fernandes Retrorocket: "With or Without You" (Vertigo Tour)


Gibson ES-295: "Desire" (Music Video)


Gibson ES-330: "Holy Joe", "Staring at the Sun", "The Playboy Mansion", "One" (Zoo TV Tour and music video)


Gibson ES-335: "One Tree Hill"


Gibson Sonex-180 Deluxe: "With a Shout (Jerusalem)", "Scarlet"


Yamaha AE2000: "When Love Comes to Town"


Washburn/Taylor/Gibson Acoustics: "Wild Honey", "Party Girl", "Seconds", "Stay (Faraway, So Close!)", "Tryin' to Throw Your Arms Around the World", "Running to Stand Still", "Drowning Man", "Fast Cars", "Elvis Presley and America", "Slow Dancing", "Hallelujah (Here She Comes)", "Dancing Barefoot", "Everlasting Love", "Bass Trap"


Yamaha CP70/Piano: "Mysterious Ways", "New Year's Day", "So Cruel", "October", "I Fall Down", "North And South of The River", "Two Shots of Happy, One Shot of Sad", "Miss Sarajevo"
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Old 07-23-2007, 11:11 AM   #43
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Gibson Les Paul Standard: "Always"
- To the best of my knowledge, he doesn't have a Les Paul Standard. Unless you are thinking of the Gibson 30th Anniversary Gold Top

sorry, I meant Les Paul Classic.
- I am 00.9 % sure it was not a LP Classic. Maybe one of the two LP Customs or his Gold Top Standard.

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- The Wanderer was played on a Country Gent for the tribute to Johnny Cash in 2005 but I am not certain it was used for the album version.

there was no guitar in the album version
- You 100% sure there? I think there is some. Like Lemon and other tunes, alot of the Zooropa era guitars do not sound like guitars.


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- It was used for Mothers of the Disappeared (LIVE) during PopMart but not on the album.

well it was rarely played during the Joshua Tree Tour, and this is a list of what was used for the most part, with some exceptions.
- I saw the first time they played it live, in San Diego on 14 April 1987. =O) I am pretty sure the all black (1973 - me thinks) Strat was used.


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- I am not 100% sure that was used for "Scarlet".
I am
- I am curious how you are 'sure', unless you were in the studio. They've not played it live, other than once on a TV show. Is that where you saw it? Not to be argumentative - just wondering.



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- "Wild Honey" was either a Taylor of the Gibson J-200 - not the Washburn. The Washburn has not been used since ZOOTV/ZOOROPA tours."

It was with a Taylor T-5. Note How I said Washburn/taylor

- It wasn't a T-5, as the T-5 didn't exist in 2000 when "Wild Honey" was recorded. Like, Edge used his Taylor 700 series Dreadnought.
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To the best of my knowledge, he doesn't have a Les Paul Standard. Unless you are thinking of the Gibson 30th Anniversary Gold Top.



wikipedia says beautiful day was recorded with a LP Classic, and since Always is an early version of that, I assume it was.

You 100% sure there? I think there is some. Like Lemon and other tunes, alot of the Zooropa era guitars do not sound like guitars.

its a synthesizer.




- I am curious how you are 'sure', unless you were in the studio. They've not played it live, other than once on a TV show. Is that where you saw it? Not to be argumentative - just wondering.

the sound, it sounds a lot like a sonex

It wasn't a T-5, as the T-5 didn't exist in 2000 when "Wild Honey" was recorded. Like, Edge used his Taylor 700 series Dreadnought.

doesnt change the fact that I said it was a taylor



Gibson Explorer: "Beautiful Day", "Ultraviolet (Light My Way)", "The Saints Are Coming", "I Will Follow", "Boy/Girl", "Another Day", "A Sort of Homecoming", "Stories for Boys", "The Electric Co.", "Is That All?", "Things to Make and Do", "The Ocean", "Endless Deep", "Like A Song", "New York", "Miracle Drug", "11 O'Clock Tick Tock", "Shadows and Tall Trees", "Out of Control", "Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses", "A Day Without Me", "Twilight", "I Fall Down", "The Ground Beneath Her Feet"


Fender Stratocaster: "I Threw A Brick Through A Window", "Bad", "Trip Through Your Wires", "The First Time", "Surrender", "Tomorrow", "Indian Summer Sky", "Love Comes Tumbling", "Promenade", "The Three Sunrises", "Stranger In A Strange Land", "Red Light", "Two Hearts Beat As One", "Treasure (Whatever Happened to Pete the Chop?)", "J. Swallo", "Fire", "A Celebration", "The Refugee", "Silver and Gold", "Helter Skelter", "Heartland", "Another Time, Another Place", "Boomerang I", "Boomerang II", "A Room at the Heartbreak Hotel", "Touch", "Spanish Eyes", "Deep in the Heart", "4th of July", "Salomé", "Where Did it All Go Wrong", "The Sweetest Thing", "Red Hill Mining Town", "Gloria", "An Cat Dubh / Into the Heart", "Hawkmoon 269", "All Along the Watchtower", "Where the Streets Have No Name", "God Part II", "The Fly" (ZooTV Tour), "Lady With The Spinning Head", "Paint It Black", "Fortunate Son", "Walk to The Water", "Luminous Times (Hold on to Love)", "I Fall Down", "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For", "Pride (In the Name of Love)", "Sunday Bloody Sunday" (Up Until Popmart), "All I Want Is You", "Wake Up Dead Man", "Mothers Of The Dissapeared" (Joshua Tree Tour), "Wire", "Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of", "40" (Adam uses a Stratocaster when played live), and "Bullet the Blue Sky."


Gibson Les Paul Custom: "Zoo Station", "Rejoice", "Some Days Are Better Than Others", "Walk On", "New Year's Day", "Zooropa", "Babyface", "Love Is Blindness", "Acrobat", "One", "Unchained Melody" (Often played after One), "Can't Help Falling in Love", "Daddy's Gonna Pay for Your Crashed Car", "Dirty Day", "Satellite Of Love", "Lemon", "Numb", "Mofo", "Kite", "When I Look at the World", "In a Little While", "Peace on Earth", "Grace", "Exit", "In God's Country", "Desire", "Sunday Bloody Sunday" (Popmart Tour), "The Fly" (Elevation Tour)

Gibson Les Paul Goldtop: "Until the End of the World" (played with a capo on the 3rd fret), "Last Night on Earth", "Miami", "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me", "If God Will Send His Angels", "Your Blue Room", "Happiness Is a Warm Gun", "Big Girls Are Best", "I'm Not Your Baby", "Don't Take Your Guns To Town", "Night and Day"


Gibson Les Paul Classic: "Always", "I Will Follow" (music video)


Gibson SG: "Elevation"


Fender Telecaster: "Vertigo", "The Unforgettable Fire", "Sunday Bloody Sunday" (Elevation and Vertigo Tours)


Fender Jaguar: "Electrical Storm"


Rickenbacker 330/12: "Mysterious Ways", "Even Better Than The Real Thing", "Angel of Harlem", "Love Rescue Me", "Gone" "Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own", "Window in the Skies"


Gretsch Country Gentleman: "City of Blinding Lights", "Miss Sarajevo", "Please", "One Tree Hill" (Vertigo Tour), "Do You Feel Loved", "Mothers of the Disappeared" (Popmart Tour), "The Wanderer", "Kite" (Used on record)


Gretsch White Falcon: "Van Diemen's Land", "Pride (In The Name Of Love)" [Both were on the record only]


Line 6 Variax 700 Acoustic: "Love and Peace or Else", "The Fly" (Vertigo Tour)


Epiphone Casino: "All Because of You", "Crumbs from Your Table", "One Step Closer", "Original of the Species" (Guitar Version), "A Man and a Woman", "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Live with Paul McCartney)"


Epiphone Sheraton: "All Because of You" (music video)


Gibson J-200: "Yahweh", "The Hands That Built America"


Fernandes Decade Elite: "Discothèque", "If You Wear That Velvet Dress, "With or Without You" (Popmart Tour)


Modified Fernandes Native Pro: "With or Without You" (Elevation Tour)


Fernandes Retrorocket: "With or Without You" (Vertigo Tour)


Gibson ES-295: "Desire" (Music Video)


Gibson ES-330: "Holy Joe", "Staring at the Sun", "The Playboy Mansion", "One" (Zoo TV Tour and music video)


Gibson ES-335: "One Tree Hill"


Gibson Sonex-180 Deluxe: "With a Shout (Jerusalem)", "Scarlet"


Yamaha AE2000: "When Love Comes to Town"


Washburn/Taylor/Gibson Acoustics: "Wild Honey", "Party Girl", "Seconds", "Stay (Faraway, So Close!)", "Tryin' to Throw Your Arms Around the World", "Running to Stand Still", "Drowning Man", "Fast Cars", "Elvis Presley and America", "Slow Dancing", "Hallelujah (Here She Comes)", "Dancing Barefoot", "Everlasting Love", "Bass Trap"


Yamaha CP70/Piano: "Mysterious Ways", "New Year's Day", "So Cruel", "October", "I Fall Down", "North And South of The River", "Two Shots of Happy, One Shot of Sad", "Miss Sarajevo"
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Old 07-25-2007, 10:49 AM   #45
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Widipedia? It is notoriously inaccurate. Mostly as almost anyone can alter it.
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Wikipedia, as mentioned is highly inaccurate.

You said: doesnt change the fact that I said it was a taylor .

I say: I only offered the corrections to your list, not to argue but to help you. But you seem to be a bit... negative to the idea of corrections.

For the sake of clarity, it does change what you said. You said it was a T-5 and it isn't. And in truth, it could have been a Gibson J200 or a Taylor acoustic.

For the sake of fact, a T-5 is more of an electric and not an acoustic guitar.

I am sorry that my offering some corrections seems to have upset you to the point of your answers back being a bit... snippy.
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Old 07-30-2007, 05:34 PM   #48
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FYI, here's a site that list's some of Edge's guitars:

http://u2.greensite.sk/edge.php
Yeah, I discovered this site awhile ago, if you go the the url, and change the name edge into any of the other first names of the band members you'll get a site about there equipment
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hmm..cool, oh, and @Edge_Orchestra, sorry thats I sounded snippy, I really appreciate the corrections
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No worries Pac Mule. =O)

And know that I wasn't trying to make you look bad or show you up or anything.

That is the thing about blogs, forums and E-Mails - sometimes, at face value, they might not read as intended.

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PLEASE HELP ME...

I had this debate with a friend of mine in the pub yesterday, and now I'm all confused! Could someone please straighten things out for me, please?

We discussed The Edge's 79 all black Strat with maple neck he used in the Gloria vid and on the WAR tour. My mate claimed that Edge replaced the standard pickups for Seymomur Duncan pickups. Is this true?

Does anybody know which SD pickups he uses, instead?

Did he replace all three pickups or just one?

Is the black on black Strat from the GLORIA vid the same one he used when shootin STREETS on the rooftop?

Thanks in advance.
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Yes, it's the same one.
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The general consesus about Edge's old black Strat from the 80's is that he kept the neck and middle pickups stock, but replaced the bridge pup with something hotter. Some say either a rewound DiMarzio FS-1 or Seymour Duncan Quarterpound, but most most seem to agree on the FS-1. That old Strat wasn't seen again after the second leg of the Joshua Tree tour. However, he started using the current black and white Strat around that time, so perhaps it's been the same guitar all along, just with a white pickguard, pup covers, etc., and possibly some other mods. Who knows for sure except for Edge himself!
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Many thanks for the info. You're right of course. Only Edge knows for sure, after all.
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Old 08-10-2007, 11:20 AM   #56
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I've heard the FS-1 and the 1/4 Pound mentioned in interviews. This leads me to believe there is a chance that he tried both.
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Edge has a loooooooot of guitars on tour, a saw a pic of his guitars from the popmart tour..
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PopMart was only about 27-30 guitars... I think it was around 37-40 on the Vertigo tour. Not that all were used each night. Some are song specific (The red SG being used for Elevation alone). But there are buckups for each guitar. (Edge has a Pelham blue SG as a backup to the red SG)
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Haha, I laughed out loud about the 'he only used 27-30 for Popmart'.

That site's really great!
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