MEET THE MILLENNIAL WHO OWNS SOME OF THE WORLD’S RAREST GUITARS
There aren’t too many 25-year-olds who can tell you what it’s like to buy a 1959 Les Paul from Joe Bonamassa, or pull guitars out of their collection that were formerly owned by Jimi Hendrix, Paul Kossoff and Jeff Buckley. Join us as we spend a surreal 24 hours in Paris with Matthieu Lucas…
Lucas is the owner and curator – along with store manager Max Bruneau – of a collection that’s been amassed by buying and selling primarily in the digital domain, although the pair are currently on the lookout for a showroom in central Paris. Developing a business online first before investing in bricks and mortar has become a familiar story in recent years, but the most startling fact in all of this is that Matt is just 25 years of age.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that an inheritance or lottery win can be the only explanation for someone so young being in possession of a treasure trove of gear, but Matt simply traded his way up. Although he admits to not being particularly academic, there’s no doubting his entrepreneurial savvy. The journey began when Matt used some of the money he’d made waiting on tables to buy a vintage Jazzmaster that he’d seen advertised for sale locally…
Expert Guitar Tips
The guitar in one form or another has existed for centuries. It’s a versatile instrument that can be used in a wide variety of styles, from rock to jazz to classical. It’s no wonder it remains one of the most popular choices of instruments for people seeking to learn how to play music…
BLOCKCHAIN IN MUSIC
Blockchain is solving some of the major problems currently plaguing the music industry. With blockchain, musicians are able to receive equitable royalty payments, venues are able to curb counterfeit tickets and record companies can easily trace music streams and instantly pay all artists who contributed to songs or albums…
Intro to Blockchain in the Music Industry
1968-1969 Les Paul Goldtop Standard – Own a Piece of Guitar History
1968/69 Les Paul Goldtop Standard, one owner masterpiece.
In minty showroom condition, a step back in time to the late 60’s would be the best way to describe this museum quality Les Paul… complete with one piece body, one piece neck, ’68 pots and transitional tenon.
Tags and OHSC included. Opportunities like this come around so seldom… own a piece of guitar history!
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