Metallica's Kirk Hammett has teamed up with Epiphone to recreate his signature "Greeny" guitar."Greeny" is a 1959 Les Paul Standard and is named after its original owner, late Fleetwood Mac co-founder Peter Green. Before it made its way to Hammett's hands, it also at... Read More.
Metallica's Kirk Hammett has teamed up with Epiphone for a new signature guitar.The Kirk Hammett 1979 Flying V recreates the shredder's own Flying V guitar and comes in ebony and purple metallic finishes. It costs $1299."I am extremely honored to be able to put... Read More.
Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson has teamed up with Epiphone, and the result is a sleek new guitar: the Epiphone Les Paul Custom Axcess in Ruby.“This is a stunning guitar, it’s beautiful and it sounds great to play,” Lifeson shares. "You can create a lot of different tones and... Read More.
Tony Iommi has teamed up with Epiphone to create a new signature guitar.The Tony Iommi SG Special was inspired by the Black Sabbath guitarist's own 1964 Gibson SG Special, famously nicknamed "Monkey." Iommi played "Monkey" extensively with Black Sabbath's original lineup throughout the 1970s,... Read More.
Earlier this week, Rush's Alex Lifeson visited the Gibson Garage, the Gibson guitar company's flagship store in Nashville, for a special event, during which he announced that he was making a significant donation to two local charities.Teaming up with
Alice in Chains guitarist/vocalist Jerry Cantrell has announced two new signature guitars in partnership with Epiphone.The newly launched instruments include the Jerry Cantrell "Wino" Les Paul Custom and the Les Paul Custom Prophecy. The Wino is inspired by Cantrell's own beloved Les Paul, while... Read More.