Manson Sheep Guitar

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Manson Sheep Guitar
The Sheep Guitar
Manufacturer Manson Guitars
Used Never
Body type Solid
Neck joint Bolt-on
Body covering (Probably) Acrilyc Paint, Lacquered
Wood Body: Unknown
Neck: Maple
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Bridge Tune-O-Matic
Electronics One tone, Master Volume, Three-Way Pickup Selector Toggle
Pickup(s) /
Special circuits Toggle Kill Switch


"The Sheep Guitar" is a special one-off MB-1 guitar collection, which was hand-painted by Matthew Bellamy, and features a hilly landscape with sheep. The guitar includes Matts signature at the back, which says "By Matt Bellamy Musician, Painter, Shepherd 08/14".

This guitar was created for an auction for the War Child benefit. Other artists who were involved in the War Child project were Iggy Pop, Michael Stipe of R.E.M and former Cure guitarist Pearl Thompson, amongst others[1]. The guitar was sold for £10,272.

It is likely that this guitar started out as a Manson built prototype for the Cort/Manson Matthew Bellamy Signature Guitar.

Sheep Guitar Gallery

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