Fender Deryck Whibley Guitar

Fender Deryck Whibley Guitar

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The Deryck Whibley signature guitar comes in Olympic White Maple and Black Maple colors.

Deryck Whibley is a Canadian musician and producer, best known for his work as the guitarist and lead vocalist, songwriter and producer of the multi Juno Award-winning pop punk band Sum 41. As a producer he was one of the founders and directors of Bunk Rock Productions. Sum 41 has sold over 5 million albums and won multiple awards all over the world. Whibley was born in Scarborough, Ontario and brought up by a single teenage mother, Michelle. He moved to Ajax, Ontario at age 12 and started Sum 41 a few years later. He married fellow Canadian singer Avril Lavigne on July 15, 2006, in Montecito, California.

Deryck uses a black customized '72 Fender Telecaster Deluxe live with his well-known red X's for decoration and good luck. He has also put out a signature guitar with Squire, a sub-brand of Fender. The signature Squier comes in black and Olympic white, sports the two red X's and has one humbucking pickup in the bridge position, which is a Duncan Designed HB-102. It also has his signature "Deryck" written on the headstock. In the past Deryck has used many Gibson guitars such as the Flying Vee, Les Paul, SG and a Gibson Marauder, which was his first guitar given to him from his mother and has been used in some of the band's videos such as Fat Lip, What We're All About and In Too Deep. According to October 2007's issue of Rocksound magazine, Deryck also uses '59 Les Paul Reissues, '52 Telecaster Reissues, Telefunken  and Neumann mics, '52 Plexi 100 watt Marshall Head and Spectraflex cables.