New GG Signature Guitar

Ormsby GG6FG headstock GGFGnewspicNew GG Signature Guitar July 2008
The GGBB gig saw the debut of the new Graham Greene Signature Series guitar from Ormsby Guitars - the GG6FG.
The guitar was sprung on Graham by Perry Ormsby as a surprise just before the gig, and he wasted no time in putting his new axe through its paces in Impressive Hair and Fire In Your Liberty. Details and specs on this beautiful new instrument are on the Equipment page.

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Guitar Gods Success

Graham playing the new Ormsby GG6FG Signature guitargods_newspicGuitar Gods Success July 2008
The inaugural Guitar Gods Behaving Badly concert was a resounding success, with a loud and appreciative audience being treated to a first in the annals of WA guitar. Graham, Gerard Maunick, Jamie Page and their respective bands put on a show that will not soon forgotten. A report on the gig will soon be on the Guitar Gods Behaving Badly website.

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A3 Lineup Confirmed

Guitar God Behaving Badly MGP_newspicA3 Lineup Confirmed June 2008
The lineup for the inaugural A3 - Guitar Gods Behaving Badly (GGBB) concert has been confirmed, with blues, roots and soul legend Gérard Maunick and metal icon Jamie Page joining Graham to perform at the West Coast guitar event of the year, being held at the popular and musically historic Charles Hotel. The trio will be presenting the best from their respective careers while letting their hair down for a night of pure guitar fun and indulgence, inspiration and mutual respect.

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The Guitars of Leap Of Face

Ormsby Quilt Top SS Model The Guitars of Leap Of Face April 2008 Whilst writing and recording the 2006 album Leap Of Face, Graham used eight guitars, all hand made by Perry Ormsby. These guitars are now together in a new image gallery which can be found on the Equipment page. These guitars were an integral part of the creation of the album, their unique characteristics being a large part of the inspiration for the creative process for the tracks they were used on.
Go to the Ormsby website for more images and even more great guitars!

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