Since their debut single "Creep" in 1992, the gear used by Radiohead has evolved with their sound. From conventional guitars and drums to elaborate sample & sequencer arrays, there aren't many corners of the gear world Radiohead hasn't explored. Maestro Jonny Greenwood is most commonly associated with a Telecaster Plus and hollowbody Starcaster, and both he and Ed O'Brien share fully stocked pedalboards. Thom Yorke has donned Jazzmasters, vintage SGs, and helped repopularize the Gibson ES-125. Bassist Colin Greenwood plays his share of Fender and Music Man basses, while Phil Selway generally favors Zildjian K series cymbals. You can check out all of that and more right here.