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| [[Manson 007 | 007]] || Black Manson, Blackie, Black Ed<ref group="note" name="mb-names">These names are what Matt Bellamy calls his guitars by</ref> || 2001— || In use (primarily in studio)
 
| [[Manson 007 | 007]] || Black Manson, Blackie, Black Ed<ref group="note" name="mb-names">These names are what Matt Bellamy calls his guitars by</ref> || 2001— || In use (primarily in studio)

Revision as of 16:32, 7 June 2013

Guitar line-up
Guitar rack
Guitar line-up. From left to right: 7 String E Guitar, Bomber, Laser, Delorean, 007 and Mirror
Back-stage rig
Manson guitars hanging out

Matthew Bellamy owns many Manson guitars, of which all were built by Hugh Manson except the Mirror Kaoss, Doubleneck, Keytar and Matt Black II which were built by Tim Stark. All of the guitars built for Bellamy, aside from the 7 String E Guitar, have a shape that he designed with Hugh Manson several years ago, dubbed Mattocaster. The Mattocaster shape resulted from Bellamy wanting a guitar with "the body of a Fender Telecaster and the sound of a Gibson Les Paul".[source?]

Guitars

Model Also known as Period used Status
Mirror Earls Court 2004— In use
Chrome Bomber Silver Bomber, Lozenge [note 1] 2006— In use
Ali Top Son of Delorean, New Delorean, Delorean Bender [note 1] 2007— In use
Carbon Olympic Manson 2012— In use
Matt Black - 2012— In use
M1D1 Gloss Black - 2012— In use
Black 7 String - 2012— In use
Red Carbon - 2012— In use
Delorean Industrial Disease, Silver 2001-2005 Retired
Laser Lazer 2002-2007 Retired
Bomber 1945 2003-2006 Retired
M1D1 Mirror[note 2] M One D One, M1D1 2006-2007 Retired
Red Glitter Glitterati, Red Sparkle, Santa[note 1] 2007-2010 Retired
M1D1 Black Kaoss, Invincible[note 1] 2006-2011 Retired
Black Midi Seattle, Auto[note 1] 2007-2011 Retired
Keytarcaster[note 3] - 2009-2010 Retired
Mirror Kaoss Hybrid Jools Manson, Chrome Kaoss 2009-2010 Retired
Doubleneck Casinocaster 2010-2011 Retired
Keytar Neoncaster, Light Keytar, Troncaster 2010-2011 Retired
MB-1 Red Glitter Son of Santa 2010 Retired
DL-1 Delorean Trasher [note 1] 2011 Retired
Matt Black II - 2013 Retired
Matt Black III - 2013 Retired
Matt Black IV - 2013 Retired
Matt Black V - 2013 Retired
Matt Black VI - 2013 Retired
007 Black Manson, Blackie, Black Ed[note 1] 2001— In use (primarily in studio)
7 String E Guitar - 2001— In use (live backup)
Red Glitter 2.0[note 3] New Glitterati, Santa 2.0 2010— In use (live backup)
Alloy 7 String - never In use (in studio only)
Rust Relic - never Never used
Delorean 3.0[note 3] - never Never used

Notes

  1. a b c d e f g These names are what Matt Bellamy calls his guitars by
  2. Now displayed inside the Manson Guitars shop, Exeter.
  3. a b c These names are not official, but fan dubs. These guitars have not been added to the Muse gallery on the Manson Guitar website and thus their official names are unknown.


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