The ex-Oasis chief is a long-term Epiphone fan and had a serious Epi addiction in the band's early days.
The Vampire Weekend frontman has remained loyal to his Sheraton throughout three albums.
The Jefferson Airplane bassist has had a signature hollowbody Epiphone for years.
The Trivium main man's seven-string Epiphone signature is a mighty beast indeed.
His sex might well be on fire, but his trusty Sheraton is, thankfully, untouched by lusty flames. Phew.
Gary Clark Jr
Clark is a Casino man through and through, generally favouring this bright red beauty. Nicely done, Gary...
In the early days of the Stones, Keith could often be seen brandishing a Casino with intent. Brian Jones was ocasionally fond of an Epi, too.
Machine Head's frontman wields his signature Love/Death Baritone Flying V more often than not these days.
The Strokes' guitarist has rarely been seen without his Riviera and has a particularly tasty signature model.
The Modfather is a hardcore Epiphone fan and has been thrashing at Casinos since at least the 90s.
Scourge of polite society he may be, but the erstwhile Libertines man has always had an excellent taste in vintage Epiphones.
The unassuming Fleet Foxes guitarist isn't afraid of bowing away on his customary Casino.
With an epic armoury of guitars at his disposal it's no surprise that The Edge can ocasionally be found turning to an Epi to liven up a U2 show.
Yep, all of 'em (well, except Ringo). John and George both fell in love with the Casino, a model that Paul also owned alongside an Epiphone Texan.
Some of the venerable brand's greatest players of the past and present