|Used||2004-12-19—2013-02-18 (original); 2013-04-10— (rebuilt body)|
|Body covering||Mirrored perspex (acrylic)|
|Wood|| Body: Currently Unknown |
Neck: Currently Unknown
|Electronics||One volume, one tone, 3-way pickup selector|
|Pickup(s)|| Neck: Bare Knuckle Mississippi Queen P90, previously Rio Grande Covered Bastard|
Bridge: Bare Knuckle Mississippi Queen, previously Rio Grande Crunchbox
It was built at the same time as the Rust Relic for the December 2004 Earls Court Exhibition Centre concerts.
The only internal effects are the usual Fuzz Factory and MXR Phase 90. Originally with a Rio Grande Covered Bastard on the neck and Rio Grande Crunch Box on the bridge. Now has a Mississippi Queen on the bridge and neck positions. The guitar now features a string tree on the headstock.
At the February 18th, 2013 London War Child gig, Matt smashed this guitar into Dom's bass drum, then a few times into his Dickinson amp and finally across the drum kit. Pieces of the mirror cover can be seen breaking off during the impacts.
The guitar was repaired with a completely new body and was back in action at the April 10th, 2013 Toronto gig. The new body had to match the new weight targets that Matt specified for his Manson guitars built in 2012 and 2013.
Songs used for
- Butterflies & Hurricanes
- Map of the Problematique
- Micro Cuts
- MK Ultra (used during recording)
- Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)
- New Born
- Plug In Baby
- Supermassive Black Hole
- Take a Bow
- Time Is Running Out
- Unnatural Selection
Pictures of the new Manson Mirror