Noyce Guitars
Mount Clear
Ballarat, Victoria
Australia, 3350

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Red Symons & Custom Shark Zoom

Former Skyhooks guitarist and ABC radio presenter Red Symons with the custom Noyce Shark he acquired and used on the popular weekly TV series Hey Hey it's Saturday. Pictured here on the set of the show.

Zoom Red Symons & Shark -Acrylic Cover Plate

The clear cover plate shows off the electronics. We assembled the Audio Technica radio transmitter and got the lot, including power supply, built into the guitar- no leads or belt clip attached.

Red Symons & Shark in his home studio Zoom

This was a fun job. The pearl inlay between the pickups is Red's autograph in Mother of Pearl inlayed into the carved top.

Zoom Ian with Pete Howell and Scott Wise

Ian with good mates Pete Howell, Scott Wise and assorted Noyce instruments, pictured lurking in the exhibition tent at the Canberra National Folk Festival 2004.

Pete Howell experimenting Zoom

Pete Howell checking out a "Banjo Bass" built by Peter Biffen whilst the owner plays the Noyce Howell Semi Acoustic Double Bass.

Zoom Chris Finnen

Adelaide blues artist Chris Finnen playing the Noyce Resonator along with Ian at the Frankston Guitar Festival, 2002.

Blowin' with the Webmaster Zoom

Noyce Guitars' webmaster, Kim Sumner, is also a Blues performer and guitarist who owns several Noyce instruments. We've been mates for years and have played music in a number of bands over time. Here he's playing his N2 Acoustic.

Zoom Ian and Kim in 4 The Blues

Ian and Kim gigging in 4 The Blues. I was a band member up until mid 2004 and continue to blow with them when time permits. Kim is seen here playing a Noyce Dolphin.