There are some Gibsons that shot off the production line so quickly or were made in such limited quantities that you probably won’t see them in person in your lifetime. They’re like urban guitar myths. This list of 10 rare Gibsons – curated with the help of Gruhn Guitars historian and author Walter Carter – includes some familiar models with exceptional characteristics, some eccentric models that might be news to you altogether, and at least one model that never really existed at all.
This classic rock ’n’ roller beloved of AC/DC’s Malcolm Young has a few issues but, as Huw Price discovers, it’s a super-cool vintage model… Although Roundups, Jet Firebirds and Duo Jets are sometimes referred to as ‘solidbody’ guitars, they’re actually semi-solid designs. This double-cutaway Duo Jet dates from 1963 and is far from mint; in …
There are some amazing examples of custom guitars out there, but there’s something about the Telecaster that lends itself so well to getting the aged treatment. I can’t think of anything better than a Tele with an old worn out fretboard, and with the lacquer and paint slowly wearing away on the body due to years of gigging. Thankfully for those who like the look, but don’t have the time (or the want) to spend years wearing their guitar down, there are a number of custom models on the market that offer the aged look right out the box. The [...]
This guitar was Prince’s main instrument to write and demo songs at the very beginning of his career. When it goes to auction, it’s predicted to sell for as much as $60,000. It’s also accompanied, in a separate sale at Julien’s Auctions, by early publicity photos of Prince with the Gibson.
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