Gilad Hekselman’s Gear

Gilad Hekselman's Gear

Updated Dec 2, 2018

Gilad Hekselman is an Israeli guitarist based in NYC. He has recorded albums as a trio as does much of his work as a trio. He uses an array of gear with several different guitars and effects. Read more to find out Gilad Hekselman’s Gear.

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Guitars:

Guitars:

  • Victor Baker Guitar (hollowbody electric guitar). He also uses other Victor Baker Guitars.
  • Moffa Guitar – I saw him using one at a gig in Summer 2018 (See photo below).
  • Ibanez Talman (white electric guitar)
  • Gibson Howard Roberts (acoustic looking guitar)
  • Moollon T Classic (telecaster guitar)

Other Guitars:

He uses a Fender Telecaster in the video above.


Amps:

tone king

Amp he uses on the roof top in his videos.

TSA15H


Effects:

Brought the old Gibby out for today’s Valentine’s Day gig. #oldlove #gibson #howardroberts

A photo posted by Gilad Hekselman (@ghex) on

Update: I saw Gilad Hekselman trio at Jazz Standard in January, 2017. His pedalboard is now a bit different:

Gilad Hekselman Pedalboard

Update 2: (2/16/18) Gilad performed at Smalls in Feb 2018 with a few changes to his pedalboard:

Effects he uses or has used:


Other:

Picks:

Strum N Comfort Picks Gilad Hekselman Signature.


10 Replies to “Gilad Hekselman’s Gear”

  1. Hi, I know that gilad sometimes uses 2 different amps. One is a bass amp that he uses because of the super octave oc 3. Does anyone knows the order that he uses the pedals? thank you very much.

    1. Hi, I still have the workshop video from Combo Coaching Seasson that was on Youtube (it is not on youtube for some reason anymore). I guess you question is what is the chain path to the bass amp. In the video he states Guitar | Compresor | EQ | Bass Amp.

      1. Hi Vuk, I’d be grateful if you reupload the video! I had the video but lost it from corrupted memory card. Thanks!

  2. On the Baker there’s tape going to/from the tailpiece to the f hole? I don’t see an extra (midi?)pick-up. Anybody know what it is? I’ve only just discovered him, fascinating harmonies, sounds like two guitarists sometimes, love it all. Victor Baker lays great too, and another client, Romain Pilon.

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