Adrian Galysh Signature C-90F Electric Guitar
The "Adrian Galysh Signature" model guitar has Brian Moore Guitars' patented comfort contoured body and innovative rear output jack combined with Galysh's preferred asthetics and features, which are reflected in its spectacular satin finished spalted maple top and mohaghany back, Seymour Duncan pickups, Floyd Rose locking tremolo, and gold hardware (including the pickup pole pieces!).

Featuring a 7-way "super switch", the "Adrian Galysh Signature" guitar lets players select seven different pick up combinations, giving players access to classic single coil and humbucking tones.

Features and specs:
    Adrian Galysh Signature Headstock
    Comfort Contoured Mahogany body
    Spalted maple top with Satin finish
    22 fret Maple neck 25.5" scale, 15" radius
    Rosewood fingerboard
    6105 Frets
    Matching Sculpted Headstock Abalone "M" logo
    Seymour Duncan Alnico II neck
    Seymour Duncan JB bridge
    Floyd Rose tremelo
    Gold Hardware
    Sperzel locking tuners
    Available left handed at no extra charge

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"Adrian Galysh Signature" C-90F Electric Guitar

Adrian Galysh discusses his guitars, effects, and amplifiers:

Adrian's rig consists of: Marshall JMP 1 Preamp, Alesis Quadraverb, Peavey Classic 50/50 Power Amp, Morley ABY, Bad Horsie, Boss Tremolo, MWR Phase 90, MXR Carbon Copy

Brian Moore C-55
My "other" main guitar, and has been used on all my albums. Seymour Duncan JB (bridge) and two Hotrails pickups.
Ibanez Artcore
with Seymour Duncan custom shop pickups
Yamaha ATX-9
Electric acoustic guitar, used on Earth Tones and Tone Poet
Gretsch Electromatic
ESP EC-236
Gibson Les Paul Standard:
Adrian's first electric guitar he purchased when he was 13 years old!
D'Angelico EXL-1 Hollowbody:
Adrian's main
guitar for jazz
Ibanez AF95FB Hollowbody
Yamaha NTX700 Nylon String

Adrian uses Brian Moore Guitars, Morley Pedals, Seymour Duncan Pick-ups and Effects, SIT Strings, Voodoo Labs, Straptight Straplocks, and D'Angelico guitars