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Guitar Classics: The Les Paul Bible is on sale now!

It’s 60 years since Gibson released the sunburst Les Paul Standard, creating what would become the holy grail for electric guitar enthusiasts, rock stars and vintage collectors alike.

Joe Bonamassa and Seymour Duncan collaborate on the Amos pickup

The Custom Shop Amos humbuckers are modelled after those on the bluesman’s legendary 1958 Gibson Flying V.

Vintage Time Machines: ’64 Epiphone FT–120 Excellente

A stunning Kalamazoo-made acoustic that proved Epiphone was capable of occasionally getting one over on its more fashionable sister brand, Gibson,

Fairbanks F20-S Nick Lucas Gold Sparkle Review

The Nick Lucas model was Gibson’s first signature guitar. Originals are highly sought after, so top-quality replicas offer a slightly more affordable option.

Vintage Bench Test: 1956 Les Paul TV Special

This played-in and wonderfully maintained Les Paul Special challenges some of the conventional wisdom on Gibson’s student rebels.

Vintage Bench Test: 1936 Kalamazoo KG-11

The Gibson name may not appear on the headstock, but this beautiful pre-war treasure delivers dry, dusty blues tones to die for.

ThroBak KZ-115 MXV review

Few PAF-replica makers can claim to be using Gibson’s actual 1950s machines. Huw Price asks: does it make a difference, or is it a wind up?

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.

Vintage Bench Test: 1956 Les Paul TV Model

The TV Model was Gibson’s response to Fender’s Telecaster – a simplified classic. We take a look at a near-mint ’56 example…

All About… P-90s

Vintage PAF humbuckers may get all the plaudits, but many tone experts consider the P-90 to be Gibson’s greatest ever pickup. 
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