- Probably. Great name (for the guitar) btw. :) --Musekreak 22:51, 25th May 2010 (BST)
I don't think they are "Gotoh's new Stealth tuners" (as written in the musewiki page).... they seem to be custom manson tuners like the Delorean's ones.--Martino 17:03, 29 August 2010 (BST)
- As you can see in this picture: http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs365.snc4/44834_103015183092093_100001508349757_26064_4169741_n.jpg they are the stealth tuners just with custom Manson heads/ knobs. --Guitarcam 06:47, 30 August 2010 (BST)
I know Matt said in Guitar Player Magazine that it has installed an 'e-bow' at the freless neck, but I'm sure he was talking about fernandes sustainer pickup on the neck side - and that is what we see also. So I tink 'Built in E-Bow (Fretless neck)' should be removed from Special circuits, unless I have missed something... --IIIAliAsIII 13:46, 2 November 2010 (GMT)
Should it be noted that Tim Stark built this guitar whilst Hugh was on tour with the Vultures? AS we know Stark built the mirror kaoss manson, doubleneck and neoncaster --SC-1 20:40, 9 November 2010 (GMT)
- If there was no input or work on it from Hugh Manson, yes. In the case of that not being true, we should also be careful to emphasise that there was. --Tene 15:36, 11 November 2010 (GMT)
Agreed. Stark's facebook page seems to make it pretty obvious that he built double neck. He must have had guidence from either Matt or/amd Hugh thought over the specifics. --SC-1 18:21, 11 November 2010 (GMT)
Is this guitar still in use?
looking at the videos from australia (from dec 2010) it seems that matt doesn't use it anymore...--Martino 18:00, 12 December 2010 (GMT) It depends on whereabouts in the set its played. Generally, if Resistance is played before the piano section he uses 'Invincible' if it is played after he usually uses the doubleneck. The double neck was used on the 5th in Brisbane.