Joe Perry: On the Move
Perry playing his “Bullets and Bones” guitar by R.S. Guitarworks.
Joe Perry Boneyard Gibson Les Paul
Joe Perry’s Gear for the Joe Perry
Project Tour 2009/2010
“Billie Perry” custom Gibson ES-335 Lucille: a
one-of-a-kind guitar with his wife Billie’s picture
on it, and one of Joe’s all time favorite guitars.
Boneyard Green tiger Gibson Les Paul with
a bigsby tailpiece, stock: the prototype
Boneyard Les Paul; it says “prototype” on the
back of the headstock.
“Bullets and Bones” guitar: custom-made for
Joe by R.S. Guitarworks; features a Lindy Fralin
P- 90 pickup in the bridge, Joe Barden pickups in
the middle and neck, and a Trem King tremolo.
2000 Dan Armstrong Plexi: nothing says
open-tuning slide guitar like this Plexi.
Black Gibson Les Paul: Custom Shop Joe
Perry model, stock.
Gretsch White Falcon: given to Joe by Fred
Ernie Ball Silhouette Guitar: mid-‘90s all-original with a Trem King tremolo.
Mid-‘70s Left-Handed Strat with reverse
Telecaster headstock: the actual guitar from
the first Joe Perry Project tour, and one of
the guitars Joe has owned the longest. It has
Barcus Berry pickups in it.
Left-Handed Fender JimServis/Joe Perry
strat: loving referred to as “Frankenstrat,”
and built by Joe and Jim Servis. It’s basically
a parts guitar that has literally been in a fire;
a left-handed Fender body and a reverse
Tele Warmoth neck, Barden pickups custom-wound for hotter output, and a really cool
1992 Fender Gold Sparkle Strat: has a Suhr
plate added to the cavity to cancel hum and
control the noise of the pickups.
2004 Black Fender Jeff Beck Strat: all original except for the Suhr hum-canceling plate
added to the cavity.
2006 Gibson Custom Shop SG: all stock with
P-90s; great sounding guitar.
1958 Gibson Les Paul: bridge pickup cover
removed... enough said.
2004 Gold Fender Strat: stock except for the
1964 Marshall 8x10 cabinet
1969 Marshall Super Bass head
( 2) 1970 Marshall Super Lead heads
1950 Fender Bandmaster with original
1963 Fender VibroVerb
1980s Fender Tone Master head
1973 Fender Dual Showman
1972 Fender Dual Showman
1973 Fender Bassman 2x15 cabinet with