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Phil Walker Star of The Story of Guitar Heroes and Jaime Lovett in 2019!

Posted on: 16th December 2019

Cornwall in July 2019

Phil played a range of The Guitar Collection’s choicest guitars and recorded these videos:

Newly restored 1977 Burns Mirage – played for the first time since being restored:

This Hondo with classic metal axe stylings, was also newly restored (and previously owned by Mott the Hoople!):

1999 Yamaha Pacifica 311/MS:

The fabulously named Yamaha SG-2A Flying Samurai:

Classic 1970s British guitar Burns Flyte:

The appropriately sparkly Tele-Star Sparkle:

The rare 1973 Yamaha SG-60T:

The totally unique Blue Moon Guitar:

Phil Walker also teamed up with his partner Jaime Lovett for a beautiful version of Autumn Leaves:

Dorset in November:

The Guitar Collection’s Guy Mackenzie visited Phil and Jaime in Dorset in November. Here’s a selection of photos of Phil’s guitar collection:

And here’s Phil playing a banjo!

For more information including tour dates check out Phil’s website: Story of Guitar Heroes!

showaddywaddy, falmouth, saturday 8th may 2010

Posted on: 8th May 2010

Showaddywaddy and Guy Mackenzie with the Blue Moon GuitarGuy Mackenzie with Showaddywaddy and the Blue Moon guitar prior to the band appearing on stage for yet another “sold out” show – don’t miss them if you love R ‘n’ R!

Dave Bartram reunited with the Blue Moon guitar for the first time in nearly 30 years!Dave Bartram reunited with the Blue Moon guitar for the first time in nearly 30 years!

showaddywaddy blue moon guitar — added to my collection 19th february 2010

Posted on: 19th February 2010

Guitarist Russ Field pictured just prior to appearing on BBC TVGuitarist Russ Field pictured just prior to appearing on BBC TV. The paint was still drying as the guitar had been built in 72 hours by Brian Eastwood–a schedule reduced by 2 1/2 weeks due to the oldie “Blue Moon” charting earlier than expected! Evidently the detatchable feet had an uncomfortable “knock on” effect!