From Hendrix’s Woodstock Strat to Kurt Cobain’s Jaguar, the EMP Museum houses some of the most iconic and rare vintage guitars in the world.

1952 Gibson Les Paul

1952 Gibson Les Paul
The Les Paul is Gibson's most popular guitar over their long history and was essentially the company's answer to Leo Fender's massively successful Telecaster. The guitar itself is a solidbody single-cutaway featuring two P-90 single-coil pickups. This instrument was named after and endorsed by the popular and innovative guitarist Les Paul, who was probably the most well-known guitar player in the world at the time.

A compact pedal format preamp designed to offer classic, natural bass tone with increased tonal control and extended headroom.

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The green machine that haunted the pedalboards of mid-’00s experimentalists is back—better and smaller.

Loads of delay voices. Easy to jump in and get great sounds. Looper function is a classic.

Tweak and tweez functionalities leave a lot to memorize. Reverb functions could benefit from their own controls

$299

Line 6 DL4 MkII
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Rig Rundown: Coheed and Cambria [2022]

See how a stockpile of customized Gibsons and worn-down Nash Ps provide an intergalactic prog-rock soundtrack to The Amory Wars. Plus, Claudio Sanchez drops news about a Muff-and-Super-Overdrive clone collaboration with Wren and Cuff.

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