We catch up with the sons of Southern-rock royalty—and their trove of storied guitars—just before the official launch of their new Allman Betts Band project.

This Johnny Cash model Martin D-35—finished, of course, in black—was Devon’s dads’ No. 1 acoustic. If you saw Gregg Allman play “Melissa” and “Midnight Rider” during the last decade of his life, you’ve seen this guitar before.

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