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  • The Art of Aging

    This is an article from Dave Hunter over at Guitar.com all about the history of the infamous “relic” guitar. Loved and loathed alike, it forms a huge part of the current guitar…

  • Happy Christmas from GOV!

    Nearing year end and I’ve seen a few guitars come and go in between normal life. Particularly sad to let go of the ’65 Gibson Country Western I had, but it went…

  • Future Collectables

    Here’s an interesting article from Reverb about potential future collectable guitars… What are the collectable electric guitars of the future? That’s the question I put to a select gathering of guitarists, dealers,…

  • That Pedal Show at ATB Guitars

    The boys from That Pedal Show made a trip to ATB Guitars in Cheltenham to gorge on the stunning selection of vintage guitars and amps on display. I had an interview there…

  • Gibson Gives the V

    There’s been a lot of internet hoohah around Gibson releasing a video by its Director of Brand Experience(!), Mark Agnesi to play authentic…or else…which was the general tone of the video. We…

  • David Gilmour’s Guitar Auction

    David Gilmour’s guitar auction, held by Christies resulting in a record-breaking sale of two of his most iconic guitars. The Black Strat set the record at $3,975,000 dollars – somewhat above the…

  • Unspoken Expression

    “The guitar is basically a vehicle to be able to express feelings of anxiety, feelings of anger, feelings of passion, feelings of love, feelings of excitement, feelings of violence, feelings of sex…all…

  • Gibson broke?

    It’s Bankruptcy for Gibson, but its also business as usual says the CEO, Henry Juszkiewicz. Keep rockin’… https://reverb.com/news/gibson-files-for-chapter-11-bankruptcy-protection

  • Joey plays ’54 Goldtop LP

    1954 Gibson Les Paul played by Joey Landreth I was sent a link by Mule Resonators founder Matt Eich – Joey also plays a Mule when he’s not showing off his slide…

  • V for Victory…

    Here’s an interesting little article on Gibson’s Flying V guitar, part of the Modernistic range in an attempt to keep up with Fender and their space age Strat. Designed and named by…