Hard Rock Collection's Iconic Axes, Part 1
Albert Lee’s 1958 Gibson Super 400
Though never a household name, for five decades Albert Lee has established himself as one of the most talented and influential guitarists of all time. An absolutely phenomenal country picker, Albert came out of the fertile English guitar scene in the ’60s and managed to put an indelible stamp on the most American of art forms—country music. Albert has worked with the Everly Brothers, Eric Clapton, Willie Nelson, and a host of others, but it was his mid-’70s tenure with Emmylou Harris’ band that really put him on the map. This incredible ’58 Gibson Super 400 was Albert’s in the late ’60s when he was a member of Chris Farlowe and the Thunderbirds. It’s one of the most beautiful examples of this stunning model we’ve ever seen.