Effects pedals 16, bass guitars 9, drum sets 1, drumsticks 2, keyboards and synthesizers 6, studio equipment 8, music accessories 10, drum hardware 1.
Gibson RD Artist Electric Guitar
Solid Body Electric Guitars
The Nameless Ghouls of Ghost have been known to carry Gibson RD's since the early days. The German branch of Gibson Guitar Corporation has interviewed the Nameless Ghouls and learned that Fire Ghoul's guitar carri...
Submitted about 8 years ago
Hagström Fantomen Custom
"When the Hagstrom Fantomen first reached the market in 2016 it immediately became a sensation, recognized as the guitar built in collaboration together with the Swedish band “Ghost”. Many players since its release have fallen in love, not only with the stunningly good-looking design of the Fanto...
Submitted about 3 years ago
Gibson RD Standard Exclusive Electric Guitar
Omega Ghoul, also known and symbolised as Aether, is frequently seen playing a black Gibson RD Standard. Like his brother, Fire Ghoul, he switched the pickups to Seymour Duncans and added a coil-tap switch.
Submitted almost 8 years ago
Gibson SG Standard
From an interview with Tonedeaf:
"Our guitars differ between what we’re touring with and what we’re recording with. At home, all the music is written on my guitar here at home, which is a regular black Gibson SG, which is highly regular. But that’s my go-to guitar, th...
Dunlop Tortex Triangle Guitar Picks 1.0mm
Picks & Pick Holders
Matte black custom Dunlop pick with triangle inlay and ghost logo embossed
Submitted over 7 years ago
Hagström Fantomen Electric Guitar
Since March 24th 2017 both Fire and Aether have been using a white and black Hagstrom Fantomen respectively. The white Fantomen can easily be spotted at 1:22 and 3:15 in the embedded video. On the Hagstrom website the Fantomen is also being advertised as Ghost's new guitar. A post on Ghost's Inst...
Submitted over 6 years ago
Pigtronix FAT Drive
Overdrive Effects Pedals
From Pigtronix' website , this is a photo of Water Ghoul's pedalboard. The Fat Drive is on the top left.
Orange Amplifiers AD200B 200W Tube Bass Amp Head
Bass Amplifier Heads
Taken from the Download Festival, 2012. Water Ghoul performs here and just behind him, he has an Orange OR100 Amp Head that he uses.
Original source .
Multi Effects Pedals
In this video, Graeme (the audio technician for Ghost), along with a Nameless Ghoul discuss some equipment that the band uses. Graeme mentions as well that for the bass rack, a Pigtronix Disnortion is plugged in for "growl and attack", giving it the signature Ghost sound.
Marshall JCM900 4100 100-Watt Dual Reverb Guitar Amp Head
Guitar Amplifier Heads
at 2:18, i think this is the amp used by a ghoul
Submitted about 4 years ago
MXR M234 Analog Chorus
Chorus Effects Pedals
From Pigtronix' website , this is a photo of Water Ghoul's pedalboard. MXR Analog Chorus is on the top far left corner.
Orange Rockerverb MKII Head
at 10:10, the amp can be seen clearly as well as 0:07
Orange Rocker 15 Terror
at 2:36, the amp can be seen to the left of stage
Electro-Harmonix Micro POG Polyphonic Octave Generator
Harmonizer & Octave Effects Pedals
the guitarist use this on a image
Hagström Viking Deluxe Baritone Guitar
Semi-Hollowbody Electric Guitars
Seen played on stage by a Nameless Ghoul since the Rats! on the Road tour of 2018
Submitted over 5 years ago
Gibson J-35 Reissue
In this performance by Ghost during the Unholy/Unplugged Tour, the Nameless Ghoul on the right can be seen playing Gibson J-35. It's especially apparent at the beginning of "Jigolo Har Megiddo".
MXR M169 Carbon Copy
Delay Effects Pedals
From Pigtronix' website , this is a photo of Water Ghoul's pedalboard. Carbon Copy is on the bottom left side.
Electro-Harmonix POG2 Polyphonic Octave Generator
From Pigtronix' website , this is a photo of Water Ghoul's pedalboard. The POG2 is on the top centre of the board.
Orange Amplifiers OR50 Tube Guitar Amp Head
at the start of the video, the amp can be seen next to a ghoul on the left of the stage
Fender Offset Telecaster
At 0:49 you can see one of the nameless ghouls play an offset tele
Peterson StroboStomp HD
At 9:20, The guitar tech states the Fire ghoul uses this tuner
Submitted over 3 years ago
Fender American Standard Jaguar Bass
In this performance of "Elizabeth" at Hellfest, Water Ghoul can be seen playing an American Standard Jaguar Bass, especially apparent at 1:13.
Fender American Special Precision Bass (Duplicate)
Shot of a white P bass at the 0:29 mark.
Fender American Special Precision Bass
Water Ghoul has been seen many times playing an American Special Precision Bass by Fender. For example, he plays this bass during the Deezer Sessions .
Orange OBC410 4x10'' 600-Watt Bass Speaker Cabinet
Bass Amplifier Cabinets
Taken from the Download Festival, 2012. Water Ghoul performs here and just behind him, he has an Orange OR100 Amp Head that he uses. Below that is the OBC410 bass cabinet.
Original source ....
Orange Thunderverb 200W
at 2:07, you can see the black on the top of the control graphics extends about twice as far as the switches. This happens on the Thunderverb series of amps. It's tough to tell whether it would be a 50 or 200. (The Rockerverb series black color only extends about 1.5x as far as the switches.)
Submitted about 7 years ago
Tama Starclassic Performer B/B Piano Black
He use this Drum without 10' Tom
Fender Jazz Bass
The most recent lineup of ghouls in 2017 sported new Hagstrom RD models along side of the water ghouls new Fender Jazz Bass
Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom Slinky Guitar Strings (1...
Ether (rhythm guitar) uses skinny top heavy bottom
Submitted over 4 years ago
Dunlop Tortex Standard 1.14mm Guitar Picks
At 10:14, The guitar tech states the Fire ghoul uses these picks
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What Guitars Do Ghost Use? A Ghoulish Guide…
What guitars do Ghost use? In this guide we’ll look at what Tobias Forge uses to record Ghost albums and what his nameless ghouls use when they’re playing live – there’s some excellent gear coming!
Ghost’s new album, IMPERA, is now out and the band, as ever, is pushing forward into new territory. In my review of Ghost’s IMPERA , I called it a “classic rock” album – meant in the nicest possible way – because to my ear, it sounds like a combination of Journey, REO, and Rush. It’s a heady mix to be sure.
Ghost is a bit of an odd band to cover in a gear roundup, however, because it doesn’t really work like other bands. All the music is written and recorded by Tobias Forge and a selection of session musicians and then, when the band is on the road, touring, Forge does vocals and the nameless ghouls play the music.
First, we’ll look at the guitars that Tobias Forge uses to write and record Ghost records. After this, we’ll take a look at the guitars used by his two nameless ghouls that play rhythm and lead guitar when the band is touring. By the end, you’ll know what Tobias Forge uses and what the nameless ghouls use when playing live.
What Guitars Do Ghost Use?
In a live situation, Ghost’s two guitarists – affectionately known as the Omega Ghoul and Fire Ghoul – from 2016 onwards have used Hagström Fantomen Custom guitars. This is a guitar designed in collaboration with Ghost and, while it is based on the Gibson RD Standard, it packs in plenty of unique features and embellishments per Ghost’s wishes and requirements.
Ghost’s guitarist can also be seen using a modified Gibson RD Standard in plenty of live videos online too. Again, the Gibson RD Standard is a beautiful-looking guitar. But in order to extract the best possible tone from it, both guitarists switched out the Gibson pickups for a set of Seymour Duncan pickups . They also added a coil-tap switch as well to get the overall sound and tone where it needed to be for live situations.
But it doesn’t end there. When they’re not playing live, the Nameless Ghouls do have additional guitars that they use. In an interview with ToneDeaf , one of the band’s guitarists – his name isn’t given – explains that his daily driver, the guitar he writes on at home and plays most, is a Gibson SG Standard . In black, obviously.
Our guitars differ between what we’re touring with and what we’re recording with. At home, all the music is written on my guitar here at home, which is a regular black Gibson SG, which is highly regular. But that’s my go-to guitar, that’s my favourite guitar. And usually when we go into the studio, there’s nothing wrong with that guitar, but it tends to detune a bit too quickly. I’ve changed the screws on it, but in the studio you want something reliable. In the studio we tend to use one set of things and live we use Gibson RDs and those are really good for the live thing. Also, just for the coloration of the sound, we want to use different guitars in the studio. A Nameless Ghoul
It should probably be noted that the quote above is from an interview before the band started using Hagström Fantomen Custom guitars . At this point, both guitarists – at least in a live situation and in the studio – were using Gibson RD Standard guitars with Seymour Duncan pickups .
Designed by Ghost in collaboration with Meshuggah’s Martin Hagström who helped dial in the pickup's tone and output. It features a unique body design, a 25.5"-scale mahogany neck, a 3-way switch, and a thin neck for faster playing. It is a stunning guitar and well worth the asking price.
- Unique double-cutaway solid mahogany body
- 25.5"-scale mahogany neck, 22-fret Resinator fingerboard
- Dual Lundgren-designed Alnico V humbuckers with coil tap, 3-way switch
- Tune-o-matic bridge with roller saddles, stopbar tailpiece, die-cast tuners
What Guitars Does Tobias Forge Use?
Tobias Forge writes all of Ghost’s music. Like Trent Rezner of NIN, Ghost starts and ends with Forge. When the band plays live, he adopts his stage persona – currently Papa Emeritus IV – and undertakes vocal duties. But Forge does write all the guitar parts and composes all the additional music as well.
So what guitars does Tobias Forge use? Forge has been in quite a few bands before he founded Ghost . As a veteran of the Swedish metal scene since the early 1990s, Forge has accumulated a raft of guitars. As of right now, Forge tends to use Fender and Gibson guitars when writing and recording Ghost material, as you’d expect – he now has more than enough money to buy in the good stuff.
As of 2022, here’s a complete rundown of Tobias Forge’s guitar collection :
- Gibson Les Paul Gold top P-90 w Bigsby VOS
- Gibson Explorer Electric Guitar
- Fender Precision Bass
- Fender Telecaster
- Gibson 20th Anniversary 1957 Les Paul Custom Black Beauty
- 1970s Fender Stratocaster
- Fernandes Stratocaster
- Gibson SG Standard Electric Guitar
Plenty of Ghost songs, some of its best, in fact, use acoustic guitars, and, again, Forge is a big fan of Gibson in this context. Forge has been seen using a Gibson acoustic – likely a J-185 EC Modern – as well as a PRS SE Limited Edition A50E acoustic guitar which at just $899 is one of the best sounding acoustics you can get for under $1000 these days.
Ghost also use D Standard as their main tuning ; this is a whole step down from standard tuning and is a key part of their guitar sound. D Standard sounds lower and heavier than Standard tuning which is why it is so popular with metal bands like Ghost. You can check out all the different types of guitar tuning used by modern guitarists and bands inside our Alternative Guitar Tunings Resource Center .
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Ghost chords and tabs
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We found 51 Ghost songs on chords and tabs .
Body And Blood
Call Me Little Sunshine
Con Clavi Con Dio
Darkness At The Heart Of My Love
Depth Of Satan's Eyes
Deus In Absentia
From The Pinnacle To The Pit
Ghuleh Zombie Queen
Ghuleh Zombie Queen (acoustic)
Here Comes The Sun
I'm A Marionette
If You Have Ghosts
Jigolo Har Meggido
Jigolo Har Megiddo
Kiss The Go-goat
La Mantra Mori
Mary On A Cross
Per Aspera Ad Inferi
Stand By Him
Stay (feat. Patrick Wilson)
Waiting For The Night
Watcher In The Sky
Witch Image Acustica
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