Vintage Guitar - February 2017 - Open - 134
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1) Kevin Rush gathered his guitars
for a nicely themed Gibson flat-top
picnic. In back are (from left) three
1940s "banner" J-45s and a '53 SJ200. In front are a '55 Country and
Western SJ, '55 SJ, two '40s banner
Southern Jumbos, and a '59 Country
and Western SJ.
2) Murray Jackson epitomizes the
collector who steps away from the
norm with his Silver Street guitars,
which were made from 1979 to '86.
His collection includes one of each
model, which he gathered here;
from left they are an Elite, a Tommy
Shaw signature, a Nightwing, an
MX, a Spitfire, a Cobra, and a Taxi.
The bass on the far right is prototype that was never produced.
3) Prepare to check your Jimi envy.
Ed Matthews is a guitar dealer who
has amassed a sweet stash of Jimi
Hendrix memorabilia including an
all-original '66 Strat, a Cry Baby
wah, a '69 Fender catalog with
matching pin, an Ace strap Ed says
was used by Hendrix at Woodstock,
a coil cord from '69, a box of Fender
White guitar picks from '67, an unopened Fender polishing cloth from
'69, and Fender strings from '69 and
4) Check out Joe Sola's trio of Guyatone T-150 models from 1967/'68!
5) David Klimek's license plates reflect his "interest" in Gibsons, and
his guitar collection includes this
(from left) '67 ES-345, a '72 ES-335,
a VOS 330, a Rusty Anderson 335,
three Les Paul '59 reissues, and a
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