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This list is proof positive that when it comes to razor-sharp rock and psychedelic jamming, this devil-horned demon definitely has the best tunes.
The last 12 months have seen big changes at Gibson Brands Inc, with the aim of the company’s Original Collection being to give Gibson fans the guitars they want at prices that won’t break the bank. As we head towards 2020, does this horned trio of red devils prove that vintage-style SGs still deliver the goods?
Although it didn’t find favour with the man himself, Gibson’s reboot of Les Paul’s signature model at the end of 1960 would go on to be the company’s best-selling model of all time. Here, we tell the story of the devil-horned solidbody that for many, is the ultimate rock guitar.
Legendary slide guitarist Duane Allman’s 1961/1962 Gibson SG went under the hammer last week at Heritage Auctions, fetching $591,000, making it one of the...
The Les Paul officially became the SG in 1963, but guitars were still leaving Kalamazoo with the man’s name on their truss rod covers until the tail end of the year. Huw Price gets to grips with one of the last examples, along with that sideways Vibrola…
Gibson used ‘Special’ as a model designation for their more upmarket P-90-equipped student models with added neck pickups. Huw Price checks out a rather special SG survivor from 1969…
This white beauty boasts a discrete passive “induction coil” circuit.
The brand's CMO gave a strong account of this axe's prowess.
Although a new Standard line with vintage stylings is on its way, these ‘transitional’ 2019 Gibsons are in stores now. Should you buy now, or hold tight?
Gibson has an ‘under new management’ sign in the window and a simplified range in-store, including these two stripped-down classics. Are they tempting enough to get you through the door?