Welcome to the unofficial Gibson Johnny A. Guitar © Registry!
Click on photo to hear Johnny explain the JA Signature Guitar:
Thanks to Steve at Wildwood for this great video!
News From Johnny A.:
NEED YOUR HELP PLEASE!!
I CAME HOME FROM A GREAT TOUR ONLY TO FIND OUT THAT MY HOUSE WAS BURGLARIZED LAST NIGHT. AT LEAST 3 OF MY GUITARS WERE STOLEN, TWO ARE VERY RECOGNIZABLE. THEY ARE:
1) 1968 GIBSON EB-2D BASS IN RARE BURGUNDY SPARKLE METALLIC FINISH
2) GIBSON MONTANA CUSTOM ADVANCED JUMBO ACOUSTIC SUNBURST FINISH VERY RARE ONE OF 40 PIECES, IDENTIFIED BY IT'S SLIMMER BODY AND RARE 3 PIECE BACK
3) HOFNER REISSUE MCCARTNEY BASS NOT MY GERMAN ONE, BUT HOLDS SENTIMENTAL VALUE AS IT WAS A CHRISTMAS GIFT FROM MY FAMILY. ANY INFORMATION HELPFUL IN GETTING THESE INSTRUMENTS BACK WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED...PLEASE RE POST AND CHECK CRAIGSLIST ETC...THANK YOU. ja
CBS News story - click here
Johnny A. plays Walk Away Renee
Johnny A. at Gibson Summer Jam 2011
Gibson Summer Jam 2008:
This was taken at the announcement of the JA signature guitar. I am holding JA008
This next photo is an important one to me. On both ends are the old and new admins for the JAR and in the middle are the creators of the signature guitar. It was taken at a Gibson Custom Shop Fantasy Camp where Chris and I got to work side-by-side with the wonderful people in the shop. We learned a lot about the Johnny A. guitar as well as other Gibson models.
From the left: Dan, Mike McGuire, Johnny A. & Chris.
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