“This one is just a regular production 1960 re-issue Gold Top that Gibson made in 2000. It was quite inexpensive but it just sounded really good. I did all the usual changes though: changed the pick-up and tuning pegs, took the scratch plate and pick-up cover off.
The reason why I take the pick-up covers off is that it makes the guitar less prone to feed back and squealing at loud volumes. Guys like Jimmy Page take them off by the bridge, because the bridge is where you really crank the sound.
I use this one all the time live. It’s a good, honest guitar. Nothing fancy or special but it really feels good and plays great.”
Billy Duffy – January 2013
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