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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.
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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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Guitar.com Live: the ‘holy grail’ guitars from the Chicago Music Exchange Vault

The iconic Chicagoan music retailer showcased some of the rarest instruments from its Vault at Guitar.com Live.

The Money Shot: 1957 Fender Musicmaster

A wonderful vintage Fender in time-capsule condition.

The history of Denmark Street, London’s music epicentre

From Tin Pan Alley to a guitar-shopping destination par excellence, London’s Denmark Street is a key part of the city’s musical history. As the street prepares to enter a new phase, we look back on its iconic past.

In Pictures: Maton: Australia’s Guitar charts the history of Down Under’s most beloved guitar brand

A sprawling exhibition devoted to the brand which counts Keith Richards, Keith Urban and George Harrison as fans.

The Money Shot: Brian Ray’s factory black 1963 Custom Telecaster

A double-bound dream machine from the Paul McCartney guitarist’s collection.

The Money Shot: 1936 Gibson EH-150 Lap Steel

We bet this beautiful guitar has more than a few stories to tell.

Desert Gold: Brian Ray’s 1957 Les Paul Goldtop

What’s even more rock ’n’ roll than a Les Paul-shaped swimming pool? The real thing, of course. We head to Palm Springs to catch up with Brian Ray and find out about the 1957 Goldtop he played with Etta James and Paul McCartney.
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