Youâll see in this video clip that Cheetah Chrome, lead guitarist of Punk Rock band The Dead Boys, is very much alive. Watch him play guitar on his Les Paul Gibson, like the Rock and Roll legend he is.
Video clip interview where Scotty Moore talks about the 68 Comeback Special that rocketed Elvis back to stardom. The guitarist talks about the tough moment he swapped his Gibson electric guitar and amp for The King of Rock n Rollâs acoustic guitar.
In this video clip, Duane Eddy narrates how to build a vintage Gibson style guitar. See workers at the Gibson Custom Shop, turn wood into the handcrafted Les Paul reissue guitars that are part of the Vintage Original Spec series.
Any guitar lover will see a resemblance to the classic ES 335 but the new electric guitar from Gibson, the 339, delivers semi hollow body sound from a solid body sized guitar. The new guitar feels like a Les Paul but sounds like the Gibson 335.
In this interview video clip, guitarist Johnny Jones reflects on a guitar battle with Rock music legend guitar player Jimi Hendrix. The Blues music legend recalls that the winner played a Gibson guitar.
This video clip features The Fastest Guitar Player In The South playing his Gibson ES-335. The Memphis Music Hall of Fame guitarist reflects on the time he tried the Maestro Fuzz Box & âScratchyâ was on the American music hit list for 9 months.
Ralph Gibson: ‘I didn’t choose photography. Photography chose me.’ Gibson is member of LM100 and photographed the portraits of his fellow members.
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Rainbow’s End is a raucous rodeo adventure starring Hoot Gibson. Gibson, originally a rodeo star prior to getting involved in films, has a tremendous and natural screen presence that oozes charisma. In the film, Gibson plays a city boy who becomes a rodeo icon against his parent’s wishes. After a wild and rowdy celebration following a rodeo win, Gibson and his friend wind up in a one horse town and find a local rancher who’s in trouble with the bank. The story is earnest and simple, with Gibson playing it the same way, and the result is a genuine and authentic cowboy feel that isn’t found in many movies. There’s also some clever direction from Norman Spencer, who adds plenty of comedy to mix in with the great rodeo action in Rainbow’s End.
I check out the Gibson Power Tour toy guitar and play a well known song on it.
Creator of Nerdcore, John Gibson, sits down with Robert Summa to discuss the future of the genre.
Dude Bandit is an archetypal Hoot Gibson western utilizing his great skills as an actor and cowboy. Gibson is beloved by classic western film fans for being a legitimate cowboy who could actually ride, shoot, and fight with the best of them. Here in one of his later films, Gibson cleverly tricks the bad guys by pretending to be a nincompoop to get his enemies to drop their guards. In the midst of ferreting out a murderer and uncovering his plot, Gibson also becomes smitten with the gorgeous Gloria Shea before the explosive conclusion. All in all, Dude Bandit is top choice western film fare.