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Unlike its rival from the West Coast, Gibson did not readily embrace the concept of offering custom-color finishes. It wasn’t averse to custom work or colorful finishes, but saw them more as a consequence of its wider range of stringed instruments – acoustics, electrics, and associated clientele. Leaving aside the decades-old use of black and
Gibson Custom Colors in the 1960s
Source: Vintage Guitar – Magazine