Used Acoustic Guitars

Gibson Guitar

Originally the makers of mandolins in the 1890’s, this American company has evolved through the years with its increasingly up to date models of guitars. They have taken the style and feel of the mandolins and created from this their ever changing and evolving modern guitars whilst still keeping the sound of these instruments absolutely perfect.

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Certainly the most well known and famous guitar that the Gibson company is known for has to be the Les Paul, a guitar that is still hugely popular and in demand today.  The company are also well known for their support of non-profit organisations, the Rainforest Alliance being one of the groups that Gibson Guitars have donated some of their profits to.  It is not unusual for this company to donate guitars signed by famous bands for auction to support these causes.

A lot of the big names in the music industry in the 70‘s and 80’s preferred to own a Gibson guitar, marc Bolan and Bob Dylan are just two of the many musicians that favoured these guitars, Paul McCartney also has quite a few of these Gibson guitars, with more modern artists such as Sheryl Crow and Frank Zappa making use of these magnificent musical instruments.

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