This is an alphabetized list of musicians who have made notable use of Gibson Guitar models in live performances or studio recordings. Because of the great popularity of these models, musicians are listed here only if their use of these instruments was especially significant—that is, if:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Guitar Player. Archived from the original on
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Keith Richards, Jimmy Page, T. The flattop Hummingbird was created to compete directly with pricier Martin dreadnought guitars. The square-shouldered dreadnought body type debuted in and took its name from the estimable British battleship the HMS Dreadnought. By the s, the shape had become popular with bluegrass and country musicians, thanks to the even tones and projection of its big-bodied design.
Epiphone is an American musical instrument brand. It traces its roots to a musical instrument manufacturing business founded in by Anastasios Stathopoulos in Smyrna , Ottoman Empire and moved to New York City in After taking over his father's business, Epaminondas Stathopoulos named the company "Epiphone" as a combination of his own nickname "Epi" and the suffix " -phone " from Greek phon- , "voice"  in , the same year it began making guitars. In , Epiphone, Inc.