Guitars come in all shapes and forms, some are much coveted and admired – all are meant to played, but if you can’t play, I suppose you can just sit back and imbibe their beauty – or wonder at their wackiness. This Fender Stratocaster was carved by Mike Deasy for Doug Rowell. The figure of Jesus lends a helping hand and even may have been instrumental in seeing it’s safe return after 25 years from being stolen. Miracles, it would seem, do happen. As Jayne County said ‘Rock me Jesus – Roll me Lord, wash me in the blood of Rock and Roll (Rock and Roll Resurrection)
For those obsessives who cannot bear to parted from their guitars for long – how about this guitar gadget for the bathroom (or maybe stairway to heaven? (depending how desperate you are)
Those who prefer the acoustic version and are feeling a bit flush (:-D) – there’s always this little number from Jammin Johns
This guitar would be ideal for Death Metal music – it comes straight out of Hell with its bat like wings. They do say that Satan has the best tunes – so what better than a Demon bass to accompany the Satan/Angel guitar? Unfortunately – the bass is only a toy though (available from here)
The Skatar includes free transport – no roadie required. Skate to the gig on it, play it and return home, but just be careful not to step on the strings. For show-offs (and there’s always one) this tripleneck was designed by Steve Vai strictly for those who like to wear their hearts on their sleeves I think.
This Sasquatch guitar is bordering on the ridiculous! How could one possibly be taken seriously playing it? Hendrix would have looked a bit daft setting fire to this – and the smell of those burning plastic split toenails ……..
Finally for those who like to burn the midnight oil and have one burning desire there’s this (probably) eco-friendly petrol can guitar which I quite like. Probably comes with a warning ‘Do not Smoke’
Jesus guitar and Satan/Angel guitar, heart shaped tripleneck and many more from here
Sasquatch and petrol can guitars from here (with a slideshow of many others) well worth checking out