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Bombino: The Jimi Hendrix of the Sahara Vous ne le connaissez sans doute pas mais peut-être que bientôt vous entendrez parler de lui… Bombino (Omara Moctar) est originaire du Niger, Agadez plus exactement, est fils de nomades touareg et… guitariste !
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The Robb Flynn Love/Death Baritone Flying V features a mahogany body with an EMG-HA neck pickup and an EMG-81 bridge pickup. The EMG-HA neck pickup is a uniquely designed single-coil pickup inside a humbucker housing which keeps the classic look of a Flying V guitar but with something special under the hood.
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The Ultimate Solid Body Guitar 1957 Les Paul Custom 3 PU VOS "Here is the ultimate in a solid body guitar...
The first of the 2009 Limited Run Series guitars from Gibson USA — the Holy Explorer — is prime example of Gibson’s imaginative spirit.
As the most celebrated electric guitar in rock, the Gibson Les Paul provides the perfect template to honor the history of the music itself. An association recognized the world over as a marriage between a great American musical form and great American guitar making, Gibson guitars and rock and roll are inseparable, a tribute each to the other.
From the leading name in shred-certified rock machines comes a new guitar primed with the power for optimum rock action.
The Nashville flood of May 2010 devastated not only the city in general but the music community in particular—and Gibson lies right at the heart of that community.
The Epiphone Wildkat Royale Goes Uptown! The Epiphone Wildkat is true Epiphone original–an innovative design that merges solid body sustain with classic archtop profile of Epiphone's heritage, and all for a price that pros and pros at heart can afford. Now, the Wildkat strikes again with a Pearl White finish, gold sparkle binding, and gold hardware for a rockabilly machine unlike anything Epiphone has offered before.
Offering an alternative take on the hard-rocking tones and shred-certified performance, Kramer’s Assault series has taken carved-top singlecut styling boldly into territory normally dominated by the offset-double-cutaway crowd.
Gibson's Explorer was the most radical guitar the world have ever seen when it exploded on an unsuspecting public in 1958 as part of the new Modernist Series (alongside the Flying V). Players of the day just couldn't handle it, and very few late-'50s Explorers were produced. Fast-forward to the '80s, and the revived Gibson Explorer had established itself as the most iconic axe of the rock and metal scenes.
The Man of a Million Inversions The Lou Pallo Signature Les Paul Worldwide Limited Run of 400 Hand-Numbered Guitars
The Les Paul Studio Swirl is a stunning new addition to the popular Studio series, which has been bringing full-fledged Les Paul performance and tone to hard-working musicians since its introduction in 1983. These guitars include all the classic ingredients that have made the Les Paul Standard legendary since humbuckers first hit the model 1957, but add four exotic swirl finishes to the formula, while retaining the down-to-business package that is light on frills, heavy on swagger, and easy on the pocket. Not one element of construction or component quality is sacrificed to bring you this high-performance electric guitar, and the Gibson USA Les Paul Studio Swirl might just be the most head-turning Studio model ever produced.
The Firebird X guitar takes the guitar instrument to new heights of functionality and usability for the professional player and the aspiring enthusiast. Using technologies that did not exist even a few years ago, we have enhanced an already outstanding instrument to unbelievable performance and creative heights. The enhancements touch every aspect of the instrument, from using improved manufacturing technologies to the latest electronics.