10 Jul in GuitarFrom a galaxy far, far away, comes the Kiesel Guitars Leia, a new single-cut model that has a neck-thru construction and a compact, headless design.
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10 Aug 2019 in GuitarThe latest incarnation of La Grange's The Wheel guitar is offered with vintage PAF-style Sheptone Heartbreaker humbuckers, giving a new twist on this boutique single cut model.
20 Jul 2019 in GuitarThe new Brandon ‘Taz’ Niederauer Atlantic Signature is based on the single-cutaway solid body Atlantic, the signature model comes with retro styling and a custom Sonic Blue finish.
16 May 2019 in GuitarSolar Guitars' new Type G models are a range of single cut guitars first spotted back during Winter NAMM. Can Ola Englund's Type G compete with LP-inspired models by ESP/LTD?
14 Aug 2018 in GuitarCort has released the new CR300 Singlecut which blends classic American '50s styling with modern day active pickups that it claims give an authentic PAF tone yet at low impedance.
23 Jan 2018 in GuitarLooks like Suhr are debuting a new guitar at this year's NAMM Show and could it finally be the Single-Cut design that Suhr fanboys have been waiting for all these years?
25 Nov 2017 in GuitarA recreation of a '58 'burst Les Paul once owned by the legendary Mick Ralphs of Bad Company fame, this brand new aged single-cut looks just the part and recreates a much loved investment
21 Oct 2017 in GuitarYou could not make this stuff up. Gibson has done it yet again and puts another image of a damaged guitar up on its own website. This time the image seems to show a crack in the headstock of a 2018 Les Paul.
31 Aug 2017 in GuitarThis limited run of 300 guitars is made for the European market and celebrates 30 years since Whitesnake had a number one with 'Here I go Again' in the US charts (marketing schtick alert!)
28 Jul 2017 in GuitarGibson has really dropped the ball with their brand new Les Paul Standard announced today, they have uploaded a promotional photo of a damaged guitar!
23 Jun 2017 in GuitarWhen someone with authority and no taste decides to release some high-end Custom Shop guitars, what could possibly go wrong? Well, luckily Gibson has decided to test this theory out for us...