An eight-part series documenting a worn single-cut’s journey to becoming a relic’ed Goldtop.
The mythical 1954 Fender Stratocaster may have been discovered Down Under.
The Gibson ES-5 Switchmaster is regarded as the first commercially available electric guitar with three pickups, and this example from 1957 is loaded with original PAFs.
The blues maestro owns a pair of blonde beauties that sport neck humbuckers and a lot of battle scars.
This gorgeous single-pickup guitar made an appearance on the TV show, Happy Days.
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…
You've heard about their collection at large, now learn about the stories behind some of their favourite guitars.
Jay Edema and David McArthur have amassed a collection of guitars – numbering in the hundreds – that will make your eyes water. But their infatuation with all things strung goes way beyond simple hoarding or speculation.