Gibson Announces New Joan Jett "Blackheart" Melody Maker

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sahi

Jett got his own original melody Maker in 1977 and has since been one of the most iconic rock and roll. It's the same guitar when she was used in the famous band The Runaways and then played on all of his hits, including "I Love Rock n 'Roll," "Bad Reputation" and "Want to touch me . 'The Melody Maker Double Cutaway LP Grover-style black and equipped with a mini neck buffed to a smooth feeling when playing the licks.

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rdholla

Wow.. I remember Joan Jett when I was like 5 years old - scary...

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sahi

Jett got his own original melody Maker in 1977 and has since been one of the most iconic rock and roll. It's the same guitar when she was used in the famous band The Runaways and then played on all of his hits, including "I Love Rock n 'Roll," "Bad Reputation" and "Want to touch me . 'The Melody Maker Double Cutaway LP Grover-style black and equipped with a mini neck buffed to a smooth feeling when playing the licks.

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martin999

Really nice one..oh..but hard to get 1k now...I have ibanez at the moment.
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rania

It is not a Melody Maker it is Melody Master.I am a musician i love to play flute.After visiting this Black Melody Maker i would defiantly try it.
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sam002

I had a choice of GB&A and Gibson..

Mine is Gibson's acoustic ! It came with in built tuner!

This looks nice
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smithrebbet

I do not think Gibson has been simulated a tear "will end in the white because it looks like a bad tape job nearby. This is not like a guitar can be used naturally.
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6wings

If you want to have the JJ Sig Gibson Melody maker, my opinion is Gobson and JJ did it right the first time around with the one that emulated her tried and ture MM that helped make her famous in the first place during the 70's.

Yes, the whote ones which are hard to find will cost over $1k usually, but worth every nickel!

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