EXCLUSIVE: Paul McCartney’s songs are timeless and, it turns out, so is the equipment he used to produce such amazing tunes
Music great Paul McCartney ’s songs are timeless and, it turns out, so is the equipment he used to produce such amazing tunes.
Beatles legend Sir Paul, 78, has written some of the most covered songs in history, such as Yesterday, Eleanor Rigby and 1964’s And I Love Her.
And he still plugs into an amplifier he saved up for and bought as a 14 year old.
The little green Elpico AC55 sits alongside equipment worth tens of thousands at his Hog Hill Mill Studios in East Sussex.
This little bit of pop history is one of the highlights of Macca’s hour-long audio tour of the studio, which is included in his re-release of his 1997 album Flaming Pie.