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Thursday, May 28, 2015

Gibson Custom Alex Lifeson R40 Axcess Guitar Now Available

Gibson Custom Alex Lifeson R40 Axcess Guitar Now Available
In celebration of Rush's 40th Anniversary, Gibson Custom presents the Limited Edition Alex Lifeson R40 Les Paul Axcess offered in a run of 200 guitars with 5A quilt maple tops in a lush Ruby Red R40 finish. It also features a Limited Edition "Starman" R40 die-caste medallion covering the rhythm/treble switch access cavity.

Created through extensive work with Alex Lifeson himself, the Gibson Custom Signed Alex Lifeson 40th Anniversary Les Paul Axcess Quilt similarly redefines the boundaries of the classic Les Paul: packed in a single remarkable instrument, this guitar carries all of the traditional tones that have made the Les Paul legendary, along with unprecedented levels of sonic and performance versatility.

For more information, please visit the Gibson website.


Thanks to GeddyWannaBe for the news.

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    1. Hey, for $10,000 you can have one signed by Alex!

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  2. Yeah, very very nice guitar. I can't afford the Axcess model, or the PRS Private Stock acoustic guitars. So I bought the SE model PRS Lifeson Angelus model. I'm trying to figure out how to get Alex to sign it in Denver at show #24! Besides being an excellent acoustic , the coolest thing was that Alex played the SE acoustic model on stage at the Atlanta show, awesome!

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  3. Getting a feel on how to strum the instrument is extremely important. It is the guitarist who controls how the guitar will sound. Plucking a string or strumming a chord forcefully electric guitar will produce a loud sound. To make soft sounds, the hand must be delicate when strumming the guitar.

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