Gibson Electric Guitars

Gibson Billie Joe Armstrong Les Paul Junior Electric Guitar with CaseGibson Billie Joe Armstrong Les Paul Junior Electric Guitar with Case

With his raw and powerful guitar sound along with the catchy punk rock vocals, Billie Joe Armstrong has earned a reputation as one of the premier punk rock front men. The Gibson Billie Joe Armstrong Les Paul Junior Electric Guitar features a mahogany body with a set-in mahogany neck and a rosewood fingerboard (ebony on the white model). The bridge pickup is a stacked double coil H90 pickup that delivers the tone that Billie Joe requires. The Billie Joe Armstrong signature Les Paul includes a deluxe hardshell case. Gibson Billie Joe Armstrong Les Paul Junior Electric Guitar Features The Gibson Logo Angled Headstock Adjustable Truss Rod '60s Slim-Taper Neck Profile 22-Fret Rosewood Fingerboard Nickel and Silver Alloy Fret Wire Classic Dot Inlays Solid Mahogany Body and Set-Neck Construction Special H90 Pickup Wraparound Tailpiece Nitrocellulose Finish Special H90 Pickup Gibson's H90 stacked double coil pickup is the result of a close collaboration with Billie Joe Armstrong. It offers the snarl and punch of a classic, vintage P90, but with none of the 60-cycle hum that usually plagues traditional singlecoil pickups. This was accomplished by simply taking two singlecoils and stacking them on top of each other, resulting in the hum cancelation effect that occurs in a regular humbucker. With a few adjustments, Gibson's engineers were then able to secure the vintage sonic characteristics of the singlecoil, making the H90 another example of Gibson's drive to stay one step ahead. '60s Slim-Taper Neck Profile No guitar neck profiles are more distinguishable than the neck profiles employed on the Gibson models of today. The '60s neck profile on the Gibson Billie Joe Armstrong Signature Les Paul Junior Electric Guitar is the more modern, slim-tapered neck most commonly associated with the Les Paul and SG models of the early 1960s. As with all Gibson necks, it is machined in Gibson's rough mill using wood shapers to make the initial cuts.


Gibson Explorer X Factor Electric Guitar with CaseGibson Explorer X Factor Electric Guitar with Case

The Gibson Explorer X Factor Series captures classic Explorer styling. The Gibson Explorer's radical body shape debuted in 1958 and was almost 20 years ahead of its time. Not until the late 1970s did rock and roll's most daring guitarists embrace the Explorer, and that classic 1976 styling is captured on today's X-Plorer. Includes hardshell case. Gibson Explorer X Factor Features Mahogany body Rounded mahogany neck 496R and 500T humbuckers Tune-o-matic bridge Mini Grover tuners Gibson Guitars Gibson's designs have become true classics. The Gibson Les Paul, SG, ES-175, ES-335, Flying V, Explorer, Firebird, and Blueshawks are a testament to Gibson's wide appeal, spanning more than four decades of music styles. Gibson's close relationship with musicians is manifest in endorsement models from B.B. King, Chet Atkins, Howard Roberts, Herb Ellis, Ace Frehley, Joe Perry, Angus Young, Gary Moore and Nikki Sixx. Today's Gibson electric guitars represent the history as well as the future of the electric guitar. Gibson - Pure.


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