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1965 Rickenbacker 360-12

George Harrison, Roger McGuinn and Pete Townshend played a 1965 Rickenbacker 360-12. George Harrison acquired his Rickenbacker 360-12 12 string in 1964 during the Beatles first U.S. Tour.

James Taylor and the Gibson J50

James Taylor recorded Sweet Baby James with the Gibson J50. The Gibson J50 with its mahogany back & sides, spruce top, ebony fretboard and mahogany headstock helped produce the iconic sound of the Sweet Baby James album.

Martin 00-18 & 00-28

Martin 00-18, a stalwart of Martin's acoustic guitars for 140 years. Martin 00-18 and Martin-00-28. The 00-28 has rosewood back and sides and 14 frets.

A Tribute to Chuck Berry

Chuck Berry and His Influence on Rock n' Roll is Timeless Chuck Berry, a man whose contribution to rock n' roll will endure through generations of guitar players.

Waterloo WL-S

The Waterloo WL-S has exceptional tone Inspired by 12-fret Stella guitars from the 30’s, the Waterloo WL-S features a 24 7/8" scale length that creates a round note attack and detailed string-to-string...

A Tribute to Lyle Ritz

Best known as one of the original electric and acoustic bass players for the legendary Los Angeles studio group, the Wrecking Crew. Lyle J. Ritz, age 87, a resident of Portland, Oregon, died peacefully...

The Guitars of Chet Atkins

Chet Atkins had a hand in designing guitars with Gretsch and Gibson. Chet's invention of a new style of playing and thoughtful design of instruments created the sound of a generation of guitar players.

The Original 1952 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop

The Les Paul Goldtop - Where It All Began The iconic Les Paul guitar has inspired generations of guitar players. In this video, we discuss the trapeze tailpiece on the original Les Paul.

Nick Drake and the Guild M20

The myth of Nick Drake and the Guild M20 guitar. In this video, Brian will discuss the Guild M20 and the guitars Nick Drake played.

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 knob....