Left-handed Hofner played by Left-hander Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney from the Beatles and his electric Hofner "violin" bass, an instrument he still uses to this day.

That's it. I want to come to the world as this.   What do you mean, I "can't"?

Violin Beatles Electric Bass Vintage 1960's Style Quality Made By Shine New

Paul McCartney with his "Let It Be" beard . the only time I can actually say that I liked a beard on a man.

Les Paul and Paul McCartney.  Although primarily known as a bass player, Paul also played lead electric guitar on his instrument of choice, the Gibson Les Paul.  You can hear Paul's work on the Beatles' songs, "Drive My Car", "Taxman", and the shrieking guitar part on "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band".  Paul claims to have been heavily influenced by Jimi Hendrix.

Les Paul Still 'Chasing Sound' at 92

Les Paul and Paul McCartney. Primarily known as a bass player, Paul McCartney also played lead electric guitar on his instrument of choice, the Gibson Les Paul.

The Hofner is a pleasure to play and is great for long sessions due to its light weight. Paul is supposedly still playing his original instrument although obvious modifications have been made. It does seems to at least be the one he used for the rooftop concert at EMI in '69 since it still has the set list taped to the back.

Musician Sir James Paul McCartney, MBE is an English musician, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and composer. Lead singer The Beatles.

Paul McCartney. Because he is such a great music writer, one can forget that he is one of the greatest bass guitar players in history of rock and pop music.

Because he is such a great song writer, one can forget that he is one of the greatest bass guitar players in history of rock and pop music.

The Beatles: Paul McCartney Signed Left-Handed Hofner Bass

The Beatles: Paul McCartney Signed Left-Handed Hofner Bass At One Time I had played one of these Hofer Great sound. I learn how to play Bass guitar because of Paul.

Just look at that smirk.

The Beatles are a famous English band that originated in Liverpool, England. They became “The Beatles” in 1960 and consisted of four very talented and incredibly influential musicians; John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr.

✔️ Paul in concert 2012 (if only I could've seen George before it was too late)

Happy Birthday, Paul McCartney: 70 Iconic Images for 70 Years

Happy Birthday, Paul McCartney: 70 Iconic Images for 70 Years - LightBox 1963

The Guardian wrote : After the break-up of the Beatles in 1970, Paul and Linda McCartney retreated to their farm on Kintyre, Scotland, to collaborate on a new album. The result was Ram, which went to No 1 the following year. These images capture the couple's life while working on material for the record.

Paul and Linda McCartney's Ram - in pictures

Paul McCartney in the recording studio, playing a right-handed Gibson ES-335 with Bigsby, upside down.

Why I love hollow body guitars. Paul McCartney in the recording studio, playing a right-handed Gibson with Bigsby, upside down.

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