The iconic rhythm guitarist and co-lead vocalist of KISS, Paul Stanley has displayed the current state of his original Cracked Mirror PS10 and recalled the days he’s rocked the world with it by admitting there’s enough blood under those pieces to clone himself.
Quite active Twitter user and one of the most sensible musicians of the time, who points out the current social and political issues on all occasions, Paul Stanley has satisfied his fans by posting a photo of an unforgettable piece he’s toured the whole world with this time.
Stanley has shared a picture of his famous Cracked Mirror Ibanez PS10, which he was inspired by Slade’s lead singer, Noddy Holder, wearing a top hat adorned with circular mirrors, while creating its concept.
Paul has paid his respects to his old buddy, that reminds an awesome history, by calling it battered and bloodied but never beaten. Hilariously, he admitted that there’s enough blood under those glass pieces to clone himself.
Here’s what Paul Stanley said in his latest tweet:
“Battered and bloodied but never beaten! My original Cracked Mirror PS10. An awesome piece of my history. I rocked the world with it and there’s enough blood under those glass pieces to clone me.”
You can see the post below.
Battered and Bloodied But Never Beaten! My original Cracked Mirror PS 10. An awesome piece of my history. I ROCKED the world with it and there’s enough blood under those glass pieces to clone me. pic.twitter.com/LSPLm3a3q1
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) October 2, 2020