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The Money Shot: Watch a close encounter with one of the first 100 Les Pauls ever made

We check out this golden wonder from 1952 in the latest instalment of The Money Shot.

Experiencing Jimi Hendrix’s most prized non-Strat guitars

Journey beyond the Stratosphere and discover the other electrics that Jimi Hendrix used during his all-too-brief career.

The Money Shot: Dave Davies’ 1958 Gibson Flying V

We spend a sunny afternoon having a close encounter with the 1958 Gibson Flying V owned by Dave Davies between 1965-1992 and used for some iconic Kinks performances.

In Pictures: Ernie Ball’s Slinky Wall, Music Man guitars and amazing artists

Ernie Ball's virtual booth at Guitar.com Live was a celebration to the iconic brand's diverse accomplishments spanning Slinkys, top-shelf Music Man guitars and a host of acclaimed artists.

In Pictures: Mono’s gigbags and equipment cases, explained

Peak opportunity to learn about the brand’s durable equipment cases.

In Pictures: 35 years of innovation at PRS Guitars

As well as looking back over 35 years of PRS, the brand’s virtual booth at Guitar.com Live showed off just how far its come, and how it found the positives in 2020.

In Pictures: Taylor Guitars’ body shapes, V-Class Bracing and more explained

The brand’s virtual space at Guitar.com Live was a celebration of the acoustic guitar.

Bonamassa and The Beast: Up close with Bernie Marsden’s ’59 Les Paul

Bernie Marsden’s main squeeze is one of the most famous of all the 1959 Les Paul Standards. But what’s it really like to get up close and personal with The Beast? We ask a man who has played a few.

The Money Shot: Slim Dossey’s sunburst Fenders

This matching Jazzmaster and Jazz Bass have a storied past thanks to a Western swing legend who was also a golden-era Fender employee
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Guitar.com Live: The six-string gems of Joe Bonamassa’s astonishing guitar collection

Bonamassa showcased a ’51 Nocaster, a ’55 Gibson Les Paul, and a sunburst Les Paul owned by guitarist Tommy Bolin.
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