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I've been working on this for a bit, being a huge fan of the band and of the guitars Head and Munky used, I wanted to document what they used and what happened to some of the guitars as best as I could.

I'm linking the reddit thread I made as it already has all the links included and I can make updates to it.
https://www.reddit.com/r/Korn/comments/10dry6d
 

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I think this is killer I am not a Korn fan nor ever touched a seven but of course they are synonomous with Ibbys having had killer guitars. they are cool guys too and the experiences of the guys we can relate to.
it would be nice to see some pictures instead of links
 

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I think this is killer I am not a Korn fan nor ever touched a seven but of course they are synonomous with Ibbys having had killer guitars. they are cool guys too and the experiences of the guys we can relate to.
it would be nice to see some pictures instead of links
Thanks for checking it out!

I used links to keep track of everything and it allows me to update it when needed, plus it would be a lot of pics lol.
 

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I've been working on this for a bit…
i somehow missed Korn when they happened (though I did catch them live around ‘97, great show!) but they always struck me as the first band to do what I wanted to do since the Passion and Warfare 7-string was first revealed: play some heavy dirty music on one.
Thanks for making this, now I have an excuse to educate myself (i.e. listen to them). Should I start with the first album and work my way through chronologically?
 

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i somehow missed Korn when they happened (though I did catch them live around ‘97, great show!) but they always struck me as the first band to do what I wanted to do since the Passion and Warfare 7-string was first revealed: play some heavy dirty music on one.
Thanks for making this, now I have an excuse to educate myself (i.e. listen to them). Should I start with the first album and work my way through chronologically?
As a fan of the band, I would say yes, start from the self-titled album all the way to Requiem. This way, you can hear how they incorporated different styles in each album and then how David's and Head's departure (and ultimate return) lead to some awesome collaborations with other musicians.

That is also a lot to take in, lol, so another option is to do every 5-6 years, which would highlight the details mentioned above

Korn (1994)
Issues (1999)
See You on the Other Side (2005)
Korn III: Remember Who You Are (2010)
The Serenity of Suffering (2016)
Requiem (2022)
 
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