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Jim Heath is the singer and guitar player in the three-piece psychobilly/rockabilly band The Reverend Horton Heat.

Let's look at some of the gear and equipment that has been seen in the reverend's guitar rig.

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Guitars
- Gretsch Guitars G6120RHH Reverend Horton Heat

Gretsch Guitars Reverend Horton Heat G6120RHH Electric Guitar

- 1989 Gretsch 6120W

- Gretsch White Falcon

Gretsch Guitars G6136t-59 Vintage Select Edition '59 Falcon Hollowbody With Bigsby Vintage White

- '54 Gibson ES-175

Gibson ES-175 Electric Guitar

- '57 Gretsch Streamliner (got it from Billy Gibbons)

- early-'60s Gretsch Sparkle Jet

- Fender American Standard Telecaster

Fender American Professional Telecaster Rosewood Fingerboard Electric Guitar Sonic Gray

- Guild Duane Eddy




Amps and Cabinets
- Fender '78 Super Reverb (silverface)

- Fender Twin (blackface)

- Fender Vibrotone




Effects and More
- Ernie Ball volume pedal

Ernie Ball 6166 Mono Volume Pedal

- Boss tuner

- Chandler Digital Stereo Echo delay

- Boss analog delay

- Boss Blues Driver




 

 

Strings and Picks

- Dunlop .10 gauge electric strings

- Dunlop 1.14mm heavy pick and/or 1.5mm Delrin picks

Dunlop Delrin Standard Guitar Pick 1.14 Mm 6 Dozen

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