Gibson Les Paul Junior – A Rock n’ Roll Icon

Gibson Les Paul Junior – A Rock n’ Roll Icon

Gibson Les Paul Junior Introduced in 1954, the Gibson Les Paul Junior was an affordable alternative to a Les Paul. The Les Paul Jr. had no binding, no carved top, one pickup, one volume knob and tone...
The Gibson L-4C & ES-175 Archtop Guitars

The Gibson L-4C & ES-175 Archtop Guitars

Gibson’s Popular Jazz Guitar The Gibson L-4C, and eventually the ES-175, are amongst the most popular jazz guitars in history. It has been the guitar of choice for guitarists like Joe Pass, Herb Ellis, Bill Frisell, Steve Howe and many others....
The Martin 000-18

The Martin 000-18

One of our favorite Martin guitars is the 000-18. The 000-18 was a less sought after model during the 1960’s, at a time when large guitars like the Martin D-18, Martin D-28 and Gibson J-45 were more popular. The 000-18 was perceived to be a lesser Martin. Yet in the...
The Gretsch White Falcon

The Gretsch White Falcon

The White Falcon was introduced in 1954 as a showpiece instrument for the NAMM show that year. The guitar was so popular at the show that Gretsch decided to put it into production, and it has since become an icon of the world of electric guitars. The body of the White...