Artist Rigs

This 1958 Les Paul Standard, owned by Dickey Betts, changed Joe Bonamassa’s life

Betts' Allman Brothers bandmate Dan Toler also used this Gibson.
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“This guitar was used by Bob Dylan”: Richard Hawley on his 1969/1970 Telecaster

The third instalment of this series features an incredible 1969/1970 Telecaster and Fender Super-Sonic.

This 1949 Gibson ES-5 once belonged to T-Bone Walker

Loaded with three P-90s, this beauty has a storied history.

Rare Guitars: Rory Gallagher’s battered 1968 Martin D-35

Listen to this guitar on Rory's new album, Blues.

The inside story of Jimmy Page’s Led Zeppelin guitars

As a brand-new book gives us an up-close look at Led Zeppelin’s earliest days, we take a trip through the iconic instruments that Jimmy Page used in his career as the band went from club gigs to rock ’n’ roll superstardom.

Rare Guitars: Rory Gallagher’s 1961 Fender Stratocaster

Rory's nephew, Daniel, tells us the story of how this legendary Strat got its uniquely worn finish.

Rare Guitars: Clarence White’s 1950s Telecaster

Country archivist and musician Marty Stuart has been the keeper of Clarence White’s famous Telecaster since the 1980s – he tells us all about how he came to own what he calls “The greatest Telecaster in the world…”

Up-close and personal with Rory Gallagher’s 1966 Telecaster

The late Irish blues legend loved Telecasters more than perhaps any other guitar, and this mid-60s example was his number-one slide guitar across his glittering career.

Rare Guitars: Joe Bonamassa’s 1951 Nocaster and 1952 Telecaster

The blues maestro owns a pair of blonde beauties that sport neck humbuckers and a lot of battle scars.
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