Who makes Brian May guitar?

Currently, only Brian May Guitars (taking over manufacture from Burns) manufacture authorised replicas, the Special at a budget price point and the Super Mk2 at a higher price point aimed at enthusiasts.

What is Brian Mays guitar worth?

A man named Everett Wood, in Tennessee, makes and sells replicas of Brian’s May’s guitar. You can get one that is made from instrument grade wood (Mahogany/ebony) for around $6500.00, or a more exact replica( made out of blockboard and veneers for about $7500.00.

Where are the Brian May Guitars made?

It’s made in Korea and feels a little cheap for £699 £699 is a lot of money for a Korean made guitar.

Does Brian May still use the same guitar?

Since then the Red Special has been all over the world and played in countless shows. Brian has had backups made, but his primary instrument is still the same one he and his dad built all those years ago.

Does Brian may still use the same guitar?

What guitar does Brian may use?

Queen’s Brian May plays a signature Brian May Red Special guitar, the same style he’s been using for virtually his entire career. The Guitar sports Burns pickups and a unique switchings system that allows for a wide range of tones.

Who makes Brian May Guitars?

KZ Guitar Works manufactured the original Red Special Super model which was hand-made in Japan by master luthier Kazutaka Ijuin. This model has been discontinued and production of the revised Super model taken up in the Czech Republic for Brian May Guitars (BMG).

What is the name of Brian Mays guitar?

The Red Special is the electric guitar designed and built by Queen’s guitarist Brian May and his father, Harold, when Brian was a teenager in the early 1960s. The Red Special is also sometimes referred to, by May and by others, as the Fireplace or the Old Lady.