Back doing what it loves most!

Back doing what it loves most!

You may remember that recently I was helping my Dad advertise his late 70s Gibson Les Paul Custom for sale. Letting this guitar go to a new home was a huge decision and it very much had to be the right person it went to. Well, it's safe to say the new owner, Neil, is that right person. I can only say from my perspective, but something didn't feel right about this guitar sitting in a case rarely being played let alone gigged like it did for many years with my Dad. Neil gigs on a very regular basis with some superb venues with his band, Blue Nation and really favours Gibson guitars in his rig.
Meet The Maker - Social Distortion to Luthiery, a chat Drew Walsh of Walsh Guitars

Meet The Maker - Social Distortion to Luthiery, a chat Drew Walsh of Walsh Guitars

I began to notice a bit of a transition in the guitar market over over the last few years. One that saw guitar buyers yearning for something a little different to the norm. Instrument designs that perhaps break the conventional molds, and I think the times we are in at the moment, those alternative choices available have never been better. 

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