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This is an alphabetized list of musicians who have made significant use of Danelectro, Silvertone or Coral guitars, basses, sitars and effects in live performances or studio recordings. Beck in concert, playing his primary guitar, a Vintage Danelectro Silvertone. September 29, 2006. Fat Mike in concert in South Africa, September 2007, playing a Danelectro bass. Mark Knopfler in concert in 2006 with his Danelectro DC Robert Schneider with a Danelectro performing at The Black Cat October 20th, 2006 Ibrahim "Abaraybone" Alhabib plays a Danelectro[1]. Niklas Almqvist plays a Danelectro U2 on "Hate To Say I Told You So"[2] Dave Alvin uses Danelectro pedals and effects[3] Richard Barone played a Danelectro on his Clouds Over Eden album, specifically "Nobody Knows Me" and "Paper Airplane"[citation needed] Syd Barrett used a single-coil Danelectro 59 DC[4] on the first two Pink Floyd albums. Beck plays a vintage Silvertone guitar[5] and often a Dano Pro Jeff Beck played a baritone guitar on his 2003 release Jeff[6]. Billy Bragg John Frusciante Jack Bruce used a Danelectro bass[7] Peter Buck guitarist and co-founder of R.E.M. uses Danelectro 12-strings. R. L. Burnside J. J. Cale Randy California used a Danelectro modified with a theremin in it[8]. Mike Campbell uses Danelectro guitars, pedals and effects[9] Eric Clapton used a Danelectro 59-DC[10] Nels Cline uses Silvertone and Danelectro guitars on his album Instrumentals[11] Bruce Cockburn Ry Cooder plays slide guitar on Silvertone guitars[12]. Elvis Costello appeared in ads for Danelectro when the brand was relaunched in the late 1990s and plays Danelectro and Silvertone guitars on his album When I Was Cruel[13]. Dum Dum Girls 'Steve Earle Dave Edmunds John Entwistle used a Longhorn bass in the 1960s[14] Melissa Etheridge Fat Mike plays a Danelectro DC bass. John Fogerty Tomethy Furse Rory Gallagher played a Silvertone amongst many other guitars[15]. Jerry Garcia got a Danelectro as his first guitar[16]. Rinus Gerritsen Tom Guerra Kirk Hammett George Harrison Alvin Youngblood Hart Richard Hell Jimi Hendrix Greg Hill Josh Homme Earl Hooker John Lee Hooker Lightnin' Hopkins Steve Howe Mary Huff J. B. Hutto Mick Jagger Damien Jurado Ira Kaplan King Buzzo uses a Danelectro in the studio.[17] Kira used a Danelectro guitar in concerts from about 2004-2007.[18] Mark Knopfler Jeff Lang Alvin Lee David Lindley uses a Silvertone in concert[19] Arto Lindsay Gary Louris Ian MacKaye Bo Madsen Steve Marriott Chan Marshall Jeff Martin Dave Matthews Mike McCready James McNew Tyson Meade Stephin Merritt Rick Miller Jason Molina Thurston Moore Dave Navarro A.C. Newman Colin Newman Juice Newton Conor Oberst Jimmy Page used a modified 59 DC Danelectro in studio when he was a session guitarist, and for live performances of “Kashmir” and “White Summer, Black Mountainside” with Led Zeppelin. Brad Paisley Rick Parfitt Joe Perry Tom Petersson Tom Petty Cat Power Elvis Presley Steve Priest Dee Dee Ramone Noel Redding Kid Rock Daniel Rossen Richie Sambora frequently uses Danelectro guitars and effects in concert and in the studio. [20] Robert Schneider uses a Danelectro in concert Pat Smear Alan Sparhawk Bruce Springsteen Billy Squier has been seen using a 59 dc during his concerts Ken Stringfellow Garry Tallent Richard Thomspon used a Danelectro U2 on several recordings[21] Pete Townshend Corin Tucker uses a Danelectro Baritone in the studio and a DC-3 early in her career[22] Ike Turner Jeff Tweedy Jimmy Vaughn Tom Verlaine Tom Waits Miroslav Wanek plays a Danelectro on Uz jsme doma several albums, especially last one - "Caves" (Cuneiform) Brian Wilson Ron Wood Link Wray used a Danelectro Longhorn during his heyday[23] Thom Yorke Frank Zappa Adam Pawlowski - from a band INTERZONE uses a Danelectro 63 Dano Baritone as a Bass VI or a low tuned guitar. Eddie Van Halen - used Danelectro necks on various guitars. References ^ Anonymous, Rodney. "Philadelphia City Paper review". Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ "Hate To Say I Told You So". Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ "Dave Alvin Q&A". Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ "’68 Flashback: How Pink Floyd Found Their Future and Lost Psychedelic Genius Syd Barrett in A Saucerful of Secrets". Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ Beck on ^ Cleveland, Barry. "Jeff Beck Plays it Again With Feeling". Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ iNet Technologies, (2003-08-27). "Vintage Guitar magazine interview with Jack Bruce". Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ Spirit/Randy California[dead link] ^ "Mike answers questions from fans". 1999-11-18. Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ Alyce Chiles. "Danelectro at Vintage Guitar Pro". Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ "Nels Cline Tech Talk". Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ "Fean and Travers". Fean and Travers. Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ "The Elvis Costello Home Page". 2002-05-03. Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ "John Entwistle gear 1960-1966". Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ John Ganjamie. "Rory Gallagher interview". Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ "Jerry Garcia at SF". Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ "The Melvin's King Buzzo". Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ Kira's website (particularly her blog entry of February 8, 2010). Retrieved February 11, 2010. ^ David Lindley and El Rayo-X at The Filmore review[dead link] ^ "Danelectro Free Speech Talk Box". Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ "Beesweb, the official site of Richard Thompson". 2010-01-17. Retrieved 2010-06-30.  ^ Raw Power at Guitar Player ^ By Seth A. on February 17, 2005 2:57 PM (2005-02-17). "Link Wray - B12 Solopsism". Retrieved 2010-06-30.