Brand new for October 2016 is my ASG (now out of buisness) Iron Maiden Trooper guitar. It is limited and numbered 30/250. Cool piece!
ASG Rob Zombie 2013 Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor cover art. Although ASG is no longer in business, they still have some great pieces. This was made in Korea, and plays exceptionally well. Nocturne is the body style and it is similar to an Epiphone Les
ASG Nocturne. Another ASG piece. With the mahogany body, rosewood fingerboard, jumbo frets and set-neck, this is another great piece. This is great for display or practice. Another great b-day gift from my girlfriend!
Mayhem Fest 2010. Ibanez RG321MH model. These are tough to find and were only produced in limited quantity for Mayhem Fest. This event took place every summer from 2008-2015.
A cheaper Ibanez Gio 2012 Mayhem Fest guitar. If you ever attended this festival, then you will remember this popular graphic! The graphic is simply a large sticker!
Mayhem Fest 2014 Lagator Guitar. Signed by several bands that appeared at the 2014 event. I attend this show every year and always have a great time.....14 bands and three stages!
Steinberger Double Neck. This plays very well and has passive EMG pickups. It is a regular tuned 6-string guitar and 4-string bass. Tuners are on the bottom of the guitar.
1993 Epiphone Sheraton owned by Spider Wilson. Spider was given this by Patsy Cline. He played regularly at the Grande Ole Oprey. This is a spectacular piece of history and I am fortunate to own it in the collection!
1996 Epiphone Sheraton, by Gibson. This piece was manufactured in Korea in the 1990's. The pieces from this era play exceptionally well. Pickups are passive and have great tone when played clean.
Epiphone BB King Lucille. Just like the Epiphone Sheraton, except for Varitone and no f-holes. For a semi-hollow, nothing beats the price. These Epis play very well and are very comfortable to play. Awesome piece!
This site will continually be updated over the next few years. Over the long-haul, I have managed to collect lots of Gibson pre-war ephemera and historical items. I
really enjoy adding pieces and hope that each item will help to shed more light on the early years of Gibson......in the meantime, enjoy the site and let me know what you think in the comment
Keep checking back. This is a busy year for me and as I get back to myinflightschedule
(April 8, 2015) I will have A LOT of new prewar items from my collection that I will be sharing........also, don't forget to post a note in the Guestbook about your thoughts on this site!