Guitar.com has an interesting interview with former Bowie guitarist Reeves Gabrels. In it he talks about recording technology, guitar gear, and of course David Bowie. Asked what working with David was like, Reeves says:
"It was 12 years of my life, and it was great - a total learning experience. I couldn't have had a higher profile gig that had more freedom. It was always a joint effort, with Tin Machine having been a real four-way band and having co-written 65 or 70 song with him, and producing the last couple of records with him. I never felt like just the guitar player or the hired guy. It was always fun. We used to laugh pretty much throughout the sessions..."