Gibson's latest merges the REO Speedwagon guitarist's two favorite instruments, a '59 Reissue and a Les Paul Axcess.
"A lot of the great Jane's Addiction songs were written on this guitar, the music that just changed my life and put it in a different direction.”
Thanks to Christie's, you, too, can now get an up-close, 3D look at David Gilmour's incredible collection.
Titled "Play Authentic," and featuring the company's Director of Brand Experience, Mark Agnesi, the video was a shot across the bow of fellow guitar manufacturers.
The recording is taken from the quintet's new live album, 'Generation Axe—The Guitars That Destroyed the World: Live In China.'
"Black Sheep of the Family"—itself a cover of a 1970 track by Quartermass—was recorded by the original incarnation of the band for their self-titled 1975 debut album.