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Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi and Epiphone partner on a new version of his beloved SG.

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This 1965/’66 Univox UC 12-string, with its angular body, mechanical-looking bridge, and funky 2-piece pickguard, looks sprung from a space-age fever dream.

H. Noble’s Univox guitars were funky and forward-thinking, and they remain so today.

I never seem to get rid of anything, including clothes. I have Vans from the ’80s that my son swears are worth a “ton of money,” and I have t-shirts dating way back. Since I never embraced fads, most of my old clothes are retro cool—according to my daughter, at least. The other day she was going through some aged t-shirts of mine and managed to claim a whole pile as her own. I looked through the shirts she liked, and among them I saw a Univox shirt, which I had totally forgotten about, but I quickly recalled that angular logo. (Man, the Univox Super-Fuzz is still my favorite all-time fuzz pedal.)

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Sunflower Bean’s Nick Kivlen on His Secret “Note Salad” Ingredient | Big 5

Plus, how and why a reissue of a reissue Fender became his go-to axe.

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