Mothersbaugh in 2011.
|Also known as||Bob 1|
August 11, 1952 |
Akron, Ohio, United States
|Associated acts||Devo, The Wipeouters, The Bob I Band, Visiting Kids, The Jitters|
|Gibson Les Paul
Custom "Spud" Ibanez
Robert Leroy "Bob" Mothersbaugh, Jr., (//; born August 11, 1952), or "Bob 1", is the lead guitarist and occasional vocalist for Devo and younger brother of lead vocalist Mark Mothersbaugh. He went on to be part of the music production company Mutato Muzika.
Following Devo's hiatus in 1991, Mothersbaugh started his own band called The Bob I Band, and recorded an unreleased album with the drummer, David Kendrick. The tapes were lost, though a bootleg of the band is circulating.
- Chopper Guitars "Spudocaster"
- Gibson Mike Bloomfield Les Paul
- LaBaye 2x4
- Fractal Audio Axe-FX Ultra
- Ibanez TS9 Tubescreamer
- G&L SC2 Student Model
- Ibanez custom blue "Spud" guitar
- Ibanez Les Paul (modified w/ inverted horn)
- Line 6 POD XT and X3s
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