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This Les Paul has certainly had a colourful life of mods and repairs, though that hasn’t damaged its appeal one bit.
Check out the vintage guitar collection of Doug Fraser and Pat O’Donnell, hosts of the popular YouTube channel, The Doug And Pat Show.
With its spectacular faded flametop and double-cream pickups, this 1959 Les Paul is a fire-breathing rock monster with a storied past. Time to meet the Richrath Burst.
From easy, zero-cost modifications to tone-expanding wiring changes, there are many ways to customise, improve and upgrade your Les Paul. Here are our picks of the very best.
Gibson’s Les Paul signature model eventually came to define the sound of rock music – a role it still delights in to this day. Yet its design was a protracted process, with many twists and turns. Here, we present its story first-hand, both from its creators and its most famous players…
This ’55 Black Beauty belonged to a teenage Kossoff, before his meteoric rise with Free.
"When Joe was playing Spot, he had that special thing that he didn’t get, in my opinion, on another electric guitar": Matthieu Lucas.
It looks like a goldtop, single-humbucker axe is in the works.
The prolific guitarist sheds light on the instrument.
The black-lacquered, jazz club sophistication of the earliest LP Custom takes more of its styling cues from Steinway than Stromberg. Huw Price steps out with a grand ’56 model…