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ESP Japan Releases "Sonic the Hedgehog" Anniversary Guitars - The ESP Guitar Company

Ah, 1991. We remember it like yesterday. Cruising around the Sunset Strip in our ripped jeans and leather jackets with Dokken and Metallica blast...

New Burns (Hara Instruments Co.) Guitars & Bass ad, 1960s www.amplifiedparts.com

Here we take a look at some more cool Japanese Adverts from the swinging sixties. We’ve picked out a few ads that have caught our attention on our travels around the internet and as our Japanese reading skills are non-existent – we’ve chosen ones that have pretty pictures. In our groovy gallery we have an unhappy woman with [&hellip

Image Gallery: Steampunk Guitars - Guitar-Muse.com

Contraptions built out of copper and brass pipes, gears that couldn't possibly be organized complexly enough, and anything else you could clutter the device up with are awesome. Guitars decorated with such accessories even more so.

Guyatone. Cheap and old. A combo that works pretty well for Jack White and Dan Auerbach!

guitarz.blogspot.com: Here's a magnificent example of a seldom seen Guyatone Victoria currently listed on eBay. Here at Guitarz we first looked at this model guitar back in September 2010. It's a 1960s-era Japanese-made guitar, has quite a unique shape, lashings of chrome and an intriguing pickup selector system: a rotary control pot with positions for Off/Low/Mix/High and a Solo/Rhythm switch. Quite how these function in conjunction to control the three pickups, I could only hazard a guess…