Paul McCartney said about his favorite guitars:
“I have an Epiphone Casino, which is one of my favourites. It’s not the best guitar, but I bought it in the 1960s. I went into a shop on Charing Cross Road and asked the guys if they had a guitar that would feed back, because I was very much into Jimi Hendrix and that kind of thing.”
“I loved that kind of stuff and so I wanted a guitar that was going to give me feedback, as none of the others could. So they showed me the Casino. Because it’s got a hollow body, it feeds back easier. I had a lot of fun with that. That’s the guitar I played the “Taxman” solo on and it’s also the guitar I played the riff on “Paperback Writer” with. It’s still probably my favourite guitar.”
In 1979, the Guinness Book of Records declared him as the most successful musical composer in the history of world pop music of all time. He had 29 compositions of his own at the top of the US charts. Twenty of which together with the Beatles and the rest in his solo career or with his group Wings.
Paul McCartney is the most famous left-handed bass player in rock history. Although he also plays other instruments. Such as drums, piano, guitar, keyboard, etc. He is considered as one of the richest musicians of all time. In 2008, he was elected the 11th best singer of all time by Rolling Stone magazine. Apart from his musical work, McCartney advocates in favor of animal rights, against the use of landmines, in favor of vegetarian food and in favor of music education. In 1997 the biography entitled Many Years From Now was published, authorized by the musician and written by the British Barry Miles. His company MPL Communications owns the copyright to more than 3,000 songs, including all songs written by Buddy Holly.