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Bob Dylan's history of Gibson guitar playing remembered
Bob Dylan's loyalty to Gibson acoustic guitars has lasted throughout his career, a new article has explained.
The instrument featured on the cover art of his 1969 record, Nashville Skyline.
By the 1990s, he had turned to a Gibson J-45, which featured on Time Out of Mind as well as Love and Theft.
Earlier this month, Dylan played at the White House in a special event celebrating the work of the civil rights movement in America.Posted on 19 Feb 2010 10:08 to category : Instruments News
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