Monday, May 20, 2019

Collections

Private Collection: Duncan Findlay, a Master Of All

Duncan Findlay’s guitars reflect a varied musical career that has incorporated musicals, orchestras, and advertising jingles. We find out how a jack of all trades has amassed a guitar collection that has helped him succeed in a fickle industry…

Private Collection: Paul Connop’s Modern Classics

Paul Connop’s taste for designs from the electric guitar’s golden era has seen him assemble a highly desirable array of six-strings that have seen plenty of use in the studio and on the road.

Private Collection: Norman Harris’ Rare Guitars

With 50 years in the business and one of the world’s leading guitar collections, Norman Harris is the proprietor of a destination guitar store in Tarzana, California, which is frequented by A-list musicians and vintage obsessives alike.

Private Collection: David Plues

Not all guitar collections have to be sprawling exhibitions of the six-string art from. As the choice collection of instruments belonging to David Plues proves, small can be beautiful, too…

Private Collection: Richard Kingsman

In nearly four decades of collecting, Richard Kingsman has amassed an enviable selection of classic guitars and one-off curiosities.

Private Collection: Malcolm Lindsay

Malcolm Lindsay’s TV and film career has been a creative journey. However, as G&B finds out, the project to build his dream guitar could be his most remarkable yet.

Private Collection: Bill Tonkin

Bill Tonkin is a die-hard Beatles fan who plays the part of George Harrison in a Fab Four tribute band. Lars Mullen takes a look at his George-influenced collection…

G&B meets the First Burst at Carter Vintage in Nashville

A close encounter with the First Burst – the first known 1958 Gibson Les Paul Standard in sunburst – at Nashville's Carter Vintage Guitars.

Private Collection: Bob ‘Angelo’ Sawyer

The former Iron Maiden guitarist is a veteran blues-rock player who has been in a plethora of bands. Lars Mullen takes a look at his collection…

Carter Vintage Guitars: A Rare Vintage

Although it has been open only since June 2013, Carter Vintage Guitars in Nashville has quickly become an essential port of call for guitarists passing through Music City.
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