Famous Guitars Of This Century

Angus Young (AC/DC)-SG
Slash-Les Paul
Orville Gibson was the founder of the company's famous guitar manufacturers at this time, gibson's famous brand in the early 1930s the company started producing acoustic guitar and holow-body. In the 1950s Gibson launched his first solid body electric guitar named les paul. Gibson had experienced a decline in the quality and the nearly bankrupt when purchased by Norlin in the late 1960s.
Until now the Gibson guitar is still a legend amongst the amateur and professional guitarist.
Slash: Guns N’ Roses, Les Paul
Angus Young (AC/DC) playing his custom, heritage cherry SG
The Edge (U2) with his Explorer model.

Kurt Cobain (Nirvana)-Mustang
Keith Richard (Rolling Stone)-Telecaster
In 1946 a radio service and assemblers amplifier Clarence Leonidas Fender is better known as Leo Fender designed the first solid body guitar success with a magnetic pickup comersial named Esquire. Esquire version two pickup called the Broadcaster. Gretcsch also has a drumset marketed with names like "Broadkaster", so Fender changed his name to Telecaster. In 1954, Fender introduced the Fender Stratocaster or Strat. Stratocaster look more fancy and featuring various improvements and innovations over the Telecaster. Fender introduces an electric bass guitar called the Fender Precision Bass in 1951.
Fender also introduced many other models in the next decade, including Jaguar and Jazzmaster, the Jazz Bass. Fender Twin Reverb amplifiers also produced at the time. Due to the lack of health-Leo Fender, guitar company fender was sold to CBS in 1965.

Paul Gilbert (Mr. Big) -
Ibanez is a brand of electric guitars made in Japan, which successfully marketed throughout the world. Ibanez guitar company founded in Nagoya, Japan in 1957 Hoshino Gakki as subsidiaries, the Japanese musical instrument importer who began guitar ibanez to create its own model and its variants
2351 is the first variant produced by Ibanez, models and shapes very similar to the Les Paul made this company claimed copyright infringement in 1977 and later resolved in court the following year.
One of the famous model ever manufactured Ibanez RG, this guitar was first introduced in 1985.

PRS (Paul Reed Smith) 
Mike Einziger (Incubuz) -  Paul Reed Smith Archtop Electric Guitar
Santana - MD Custom
If there is a very desirable guitars of the guitarist, surely that is the PRS Guitars. Paul Reed Smith is owner and founder of  guitar company called PRS. Paul Reed Smith grew up in Bowie, Maryland, he made his first guitar when I was in College at St. Mary's College of Maryland, he offered his guitar to the local bands from stage to stage.
Until recently PRS is still one of the best quality of expensive guitars, Paul said “We don’t do something just because that’s the traditional way. If the best possible guitar results from using a robot for one procedure and a lot of hand-sanding or hand-inlaying for another, then that’s how we do it. Our tradition is a byproduct of our quality, so excellence is always the goal. We never lose sight of that.”

John Lennon (Beatles) - Capri 325
The first electric guitar was not developed until the early twentieth century. George Beauchamp received the first patent for an electric guitar in 1936, Beauchamp discover Rickenbacker, originally known as the Electro String Instrument Company, with Adolph Rickenbacher. The spelling of the name of the company are different from Rickenbacher's that he was given the nickname of Germany, which is considered as a suspect during the world war. Although the Rickenbacker began producing electric guitars in the late 1930s, the brand was popular in the 1960s, when John Lennon used a Rickenbacker guitar for the debut of the Beatles on Ed Sullivan in 1964. George Harrison then buy yourself a Rickenbacker guitar, and the company then give him one of the twelve string electric guitar. Paul McCartney also used a Rickenbacker bass for the recording. The Beatles continue to use a Rickenbacker guitar throughout their career, and make the instrument is very popular among the musicians of the time.

Chet Atkins - Chet Custom
In 1883 a young German immigrant named Friedrich Gretsch began his musical instrument store in Brooklyn, not just sell, he also
producing some instruments like the banjo and drums, at the age of 39 he died, his company was continued by his son, the success of the Gretsch himself started when became the endoerser for the famous guitarist Chet Atkins. At that time the Gretsch successfully juxtaposed with other classy guitar such as Gibson and Fender.

Dave Martone - Fly Series
Parker guitars manufactured in America by Parker Guitars was founded by Ken Parker in the early 90s Ken Parker once ... ever make and repair guitars often asked many guitarists access; what they like and don't like with their instruments. From their answers that inspired Ken Parker to create a guitar that favored many guitarists. Inspiration also helps Ken Parker to create guitar Parker Fly, a type of guitar's most famous guitar parker
The famous guitar parker with a light weight make it can compete on the world music industry. Even guitar parker made of mahogany wood though, lighter than other guitars made of mahogany wood.

ESP (Electric Sound Product)  
James Hetfield (Metallica) - Snakebyte
The company was founded first in Shibuya, Japan in 1975. For the first time in 1983 parts of ESP penetrated American market, ESP began crafting custom instruments for local New York artists between 1984 and 1985. Among these artists were Page Hamilton (Helmet), Vernon Reid (living colour), Vinnie Vincent & Bruce Kulick (KISS), and Ronnie Wood (The Rolling Stones). This time, ESP also introduced a series of 400 as the first production line which is distributed in the United States.
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