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The resumption of a five-year-old case in US court could mean the company loses its trademark on one of the most iconic body shapes ever.
The ES-335 may be the greatest and most versatile electric guitar ever crafted within the hallowed walls of 225 Parsons St, Kalamazoo. Here, iconic figures such as Ted McCarty, Mark Knopfler and Larry Carlton recount the tale of the model’s revolutionary development and enduring influence.
Prior to the release of his acclaimed new album, Further, we sit down with Richard Hawley to talk about the record and all things guitar.
They fell out of favour for a long time, but these days, having a Bigsby on a vintage-style Gibson is a cool as it gets. Here, we show you how it’s done and make a few other tweaks along the way in pursuit of the ultimate ES-335.
The semi-hollow honours the legacy of the late legend.
The Magic Numbers frontman is rarely seen without his trusty Gibson semi - he tells Josh Gardner why it’s such an important guitar for him…
Andy Scott’s red ES-335 starred on the Sweet’s remarkable string of glam hits in the early 1970s. Steve Clarke gets up-close with this storied Gibson and busts a few myths about it along the way…
1958 was also the year of the sunburst Les Paul, the Flying V and the Explorer, but Gibson’s thinline archtop was arguably the greater achievement.
With more than 50 years on the clock, this classic semi-acoustic is still in near-mint condition. We take a closer look…
The Hold Steady’s first album in five years saw the Brooklyn rockers take a rough-and-ready approach to recording, and saw the band find comfort with their expanded line-up. Guitarists Tad Kubler and Steve Selvidge tell us about their athlete’s approach to music-making.