Name Jim Spinner
Instrument Guitar, Backing Vox
Influences Not necessarily in the following order:
Steve Vai for "Ladies Nite In Buffalo", "The Crying Machine", "For The Love Of God" and "Touching Tongues" and because whether you like the music or not you should at least appreciate his skill and showmanship and because after all he is the "Genius, master of the space-age guitar" according to Brian May (and who am I to argue!), which leads me to:
Brian May for some of the best riffs like "Tie Your Mother Down" "It's Late" and "Dead on Time" and without doubt the best harmony guitars e.g. "Good Company" (check it out for the ukulele solo!) and most tasteful guitar work (that note on "It's a Kind Of Magic")
Alex Lifeson, for "La Villa Strangiato" "The Trees" "Time Stand Still" and introducing me to the concept of chord riffs ("Freewill")
Edward Van Halen, for "Cathedral" "Ice-cream Man" "Eruption" "Dance The Night Away" and rhythm guitar work on countless others.
Joe Satriani for "Flying in a Blue Dream", "Satch Boogie" "I Believe" etc.
Ibanez RG/JEM        


"Blue Flo"


Ibanez Jem7VWH Ibanez Jem77BFP Ibanez Jem777VDY Ibanez Jem90th HAM Ibanez Jem777SKMC




"Mint Ripple"

Ibanez RG09 Ibanez RG470 with Roland GK-2A Ibanez RG1520GK

Ibanez RG7620







Fender Special Run Mexican Strat Fender Baja Telecaster Japanese Fender Jaguar Custom Squier Jazz Bass    







Epiphone 355 Epiphone Firebird VII Tokai Love Rock  Gibson Flying V Epiphone Double Neck  






Ibanez JS24P-CA Custom Red Special Charvel EVH Art Series Custom inspired by Ibanez Fireman    



Ibanez AWC30ASE-RLG Ibanez UEW20SME      

Boss GT-10 Roland GR-55 Roland VG-88

Line 6 M13

  Marshall JVM410H Digitech Talker Vox VBM-1 Guitar Selector Marshall Haze 40