The ES-295 is one of the most iconic Gibson models of the 1950s. It probably would have earned that accolade on looks alone, but when a Tennessee picker used one to lay down some tracks with a Tupelo truck driver, the result was rock ’n’ roll history. Check out this stellar example from way back in ’53…
Another new Gretsch designed to deliver at high volume without compromising on character… does this compact and flamey semi sound as good as it looks?
Recreations of three jazz guitars from the 50s.
This limited-edition offering features a semi-hollow guitar and bass.
Featuring a fully-hollow build construction, 58/15 LT (low turn) pickups and a figure maple top and back.
Including a Custom Shop 15th Anniversary model and updates to three lines.
New models from the brand’s reliable solidbody and hollowbody categories.
A stunning limited-edition model based on the bluesman’s custom Gibson ES-355.