Others I like:
Jack White's guitar (Anyone know what it is?)
Strat, but only sunburst and black.
Epiphone Casino, yet again, only in sunburst.
Mandolin, any and all
I have to say I just dig the telecaster (Fender or G&L, but I prefer G&L), look and sound. Not the most rockingest out there, but pretty darn versatile... which suits my tastes.
This is straight from Wiki,
Musical equipment and sound
Jack White uses numerous effects to create his powerful live sound, most notably a Digitech Whammy IV to create the rapid modulations in pitch he uses in his solos. The guitars he uses live are two 1964 JB Hutto Montgomery Airlines, a Harmony Rocket, a 1970s-era Crestwood Astral II, 1950s-era Kay Hollowbody, and a Gretsch White Penguin (as seen in the music video for "Icky Thump"). When playing with the Raconteurs, White usually plays a custom Gretsch Triple Jet guitar. In concert with an MXR Micro-Amp and Electro-Harmonix Big Muff Pi Distortion/Sustainer, White can produce a very distinctive sound. In 2005, for the single "Blue Orchid", White employed the use of a new Electro-Harmonix creation, the Polyphonic Octave Generator (POG). Similar to (but more versatile than) the Whammy IV, the POG lets the user mix in several octave effects into one along with the dry signal. All of the pedals that he uses live have been professionally painted red to match his red/black/white color scheme (with the exception of his Whammy and the other pedals that are already red). He plugs this setup into a 1970s Fender Twin Reverb and two 100-Watt Sears Silvertone 6x10 combo amplifiers.
White also produces a "fake" bass tone by playing the Kay Hollowbody and JB Hutto Montgomery Airline guitars through a Whammy IV set to one octave down for a very thick, low, rumbling sound, which he uses most notably on the songs "Seven Nation Army" and "The Hardest Button to Button".
On occasion, White also plays other instruments, such as a Black Gibson F-4 mandolin ("Little Ghost"), piano (on most tracks from Get Behind Me Satan, and various others), electric piano on such tracks as "The Air Near My Fingers" and "I'm Finding it Harder to be a Gentleman" in which he used a Rhodes Mark II stage piano. White also plays percussion instruments such as the marimba (as on "The Nurse"), drums, tambourine and ney. On Broken Boy Soldiers, he is credited as playing the album's synths and organ however bandmate Brendan Benson also received credit for these instruments and it is unclear who played on which song. White uses a Moog Little Phatty synthesizer on his current tour.
White plays his barre and power chords with a different technique than most musicians. Instead of using his ring finger to fret the higher notes, Jack uses his pinky. This is because of a car accident in which his left index finger was injured and also the fact that his (guitar playing) brothers would never teach him the proper way to do so, which he explains in an appearance with the Raconteurs on the show In the Attic.
On most live performances White uses an Airline 2P Deluxe.
there is just sumtin incredibly black metal about a gloss black bc rich virgo bass.
thats my faveorite
followed by an ebony firebird bass.
and lastly, the only bass i actually own. an ESP F-104.
and as for a guitar, any dean or a bc rich beast.
Thanks Saltines, the Airline was to one I meant. I tried to check on wiki, but my internets were being a bit patchy.
Off Topic: Anyone else getting black lines running down the forum?