Kris Gray's Guitars
 

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Kubicki Bass

'I bought this bass from a small shop in Salibury about 15 years ago, I fell in love with it from the first moment I picked it up. I've played many different bass guitars over the years but this is the finest instrument ever! The action perfect and the choice of active and passive pickups offer a wide range of sounds, every bass player should have one!'

Hofner Acoustic Bass
Hofner Club Bass
Hofner Long Bass
The Hofner HA-B03 acoustic bass
Kris says: 'I only use this on duo gigs with Miller'
Kris is an endorser of Hofner Guitars that are made in Germany, he plays the Club Bass 'I use this one for mainly the uptempo, rock n roll type numbers with do with the Miller Anderson Band...'
This is the Hofner H185 bass recently reissued 'I like to use this guitar for the more laid back, bluesy numbers' adds Kris.
Rickenbacker
Gibson EB2
 
Kris says: 'This Rickenbacker was the first decent guitar I bought. When purchased in 1969 it was second hand and someone had painted it black, I removed the black paint in the mid seventies to find the original finish still there, although it had been slightly sanded to remove the shine before painting. The only original part missing is the whammy bar that I removed and lost years ago'.
The Gibson EB2 is a short scale bass like the Hofner Club - made in 1967 at the Kalamazoo factory - a real gem and a collectors item.
Washburn Electro acoustic that Kris uses for duo shows with Miller and the odd solo gig.

Hofner Guitars
Meisterinstrumente - seit 1887

...for this I use a Steve Clayton pick specially made for me by them'

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