Black Sabbaths Tony Iommi's "Old Boy" Built in Birmingham UK by luthier John Diggins sometime between 1975 and 1978, the guitar was first used for overdubs on the 'Heaven and Hell' album and later became one of Iommi's main guitars. The guitar is equipped with a 24 fret neck with custom cross inlays, five control knobs (three of which are functional) and a highly distressed finish. He had two more built for him.
Paul McCartney's (look at that baby-face) Hofner 500/1 – The left-handed 'violin' bass was made famous by Sir Paul in the early sixties. He used two different models of the left-handed German instrument before he settled for the 500/1 in 1964. Hofner bass's have since been dubbed 'Cavern Guitars' because Paul used them in the famous Liverpool club.