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The Month In Guitar – November – Gibson E-150 (1935)

Although there seems to be some argument over whether Gibson’s first ever electric guitar, the E-150 shipped in October or November of 1935, since this is November, I’m going to hang my hat on that month (purely for the lazy purposes of including it in this article).
Heavily influenced by Rickenbacker’s ‘Frying Pan’ which was released in 1932, the E-150 was at least somewhat guitar-shaped.  Riding on the Hawaiian wave, the E-150 had a cast-aluminium body and ebony fingerboard (although that pictured is unusual with a rosewood board) with white fret …

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Never Too Late Guitar Images

A few weeks back, we posted about Never Too Late Guitar’s print giveaway.  Jeff Singer turns his dual passions of guitars and photography into some truly splendid images.
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any more droolworthy, he goes and posts a bundle of images of a Fireglo Rickenbacker 330.
You’re not too late to throw your hat in the ring for a fine-art print of a fine guitar.  Pop on over to Never Too Late Guitar for an easy-peasy competition.
I hope Jeff won’t mind my including an image here as …

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