First off, if you are not into the man, fine. This is not a thread to bash or trash... move on if you don't care for the guy. I saw him in Dallas last night and noticed some things about his guitar lineup that I thought I'd share. Guitars: The main strat he played was his 1964 vintage sunburst strat. It showed up on multiple tunes. He also played one of his signature strats as well. It was one of the 1/500 BLK1 guitars, which are identical to his signature strats other than the tuners. The famous Black 1 relic only made one appearance on 'Gravity', and he pulled out the gold 'Vultures' guitar for an encore of .... 'Vultures'. That was it for strats. He played what looked like a real '52 Tele, and some new guitar with a million knobs and switches that I didn't recognize. Amps: He is still using his Dumble, but it appears he is using a different Two Rock than his typical Signature line. Still using 6 Allesandro cabs. Speakers unknown. Band: He has a new band. No David Ryan Harris, no Robbie McIntosh. I talked with his drummer for a little bit and was surprised to find out he grew up near me and was the drummer on the last two albums as well as the one about to be released. I guess he ditched the old band quite some time ago. Performance: The show was top notch. While he is moving out of blues are more towards 'folk' and 'southwest' styles, he showed that he not only still have the guitar chops, but played better solos than I have heard even in the past. His attitude seems a lot more mature and subdued than in the past. OH! And Phillip Phillips did a great job as an opening act. Dude is full of music! His did a cover of an RnB song called "Nice and Slow" by Usher using his full band and an acoustic... it was very well pulled off. I'll have to keep this kid on my radar.