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2003 Gibson Original Jumbo Reissue

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Americana and blues singer-songwriter Danny Click demonstrates his go-to acoustic guitar. https://pegheadnation.com/instruments-gear/instrument-demos/2003-gibson-original-jumbo-reissue/

1948 Gibson J-45

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Peghead Nation Flatpicking Guitar instructor Scott Nygaard demos his 1948 Gibson J-45. https://pegheadnation.com/instruments-gear/vintage-vault/1948-gibson-j-45/

1930 Gibson Granada Banjo

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Bill Evans demonstrates his 1930 Gibson Granada banjo. https://pegheadnation.com/instruments-gear/vintage-vault/1930-gibson-granada-banjo/

1930s Gibson L-50

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Orville Johnson demonstrates his unusual Gibson L-50. https://pegheadnation.com/instruments-gear/vintage-vault/1930s-gibson-l-50/

My 1930 Gibson Granada

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The interesting thing about this instrument is that you get a lot of nice sustain, but then, when you play the next note, the first note is gone, so you donât get this blending of the notes that can create a muddy sound. Check it out in this video. https://pegheadnation.com/string-school/instructors/bill-evans/my-1930-gibson-granada/

My Gibson L-50

I own a few different guitars........ but this 1930s Gibson L........50 guitar is particularly good for blues playing.............Originally designed by Gibson as a budget model........ the L
I own a few different guitars, but this 1930s Gibson L-50 guitar is particularly good for blues playing. Originally designed by Gibson as a budget model, the L-50 has a carved spruce top and birch back and sides. Check it out in this video. https://pegheadnation.com/string-school/instructors/orville-johnson/my-gibson-l-50/

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Dec 13, 2018
The blues guitarist and songwriter discusses and plays his Preston Thompson during a stop in Seattle, Washington.




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