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Since releasing their debut single "Creep" in 1992, Radiohead has covered a lot of musical ground with the instruments to match. From the more conventional guitar and drums setup of the Pablo Honey days to the the radical synth and sequencing experimentation on the landmark album Kid A and beyond to A Moon Shaped Pool, the band has created a musical landscape all their own. Even with such a long career, each member has some staple instruments: Jonny Greenwood's Telecaster and Starcaster, Thom Yorke's Jazzmaster and SG, Ed O'Brien's plentiful pedalboard, Colin Greenwood's Music Man and Fender basses. Look below to find a combination of the same models used by the band and a smattering of reissues and new models of classic gear.

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