Electric Guitar Concept As Tribute To Johnny Winter and Gibson Firebird Guitar

Johnny Winter is an American blues guitarist and singer, for decades he has relied on his beloved Gibson Firebird guitar. This electric guitar concept is a combination of Gibson and Johnny Winter.

Designer : Flavio Adriani

Electric Guitar Concept as Tribute To Johnny Winter and Gibson Firebird Guitar

Electric Guitar Concept as Tribute To Johnny Winter and Gibson Firebird Guitar


For anyone who has ever listened to the Gibson Firebird must remember the classic sound came from this spellbinding guitar. Flavio Adriani tried to redesign the shape of the heart which represents the love of Blues. The neck of this electric guitar has been designed with the same shape as the body contour. It features two humbucking pickups near the volume control.

Electric Guitar Concept as Tribute To Johnny Winter and Gibson Firebird Guitar

Electric Guitar Concept as Tribute To Johnny Winter and Gibson Firebird Guitar

Electric Guitar Concept as Tribute To Johnny Winter and Gibson Firebird Guitar

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11 thoughts on “Electric Guitar Concept As Tribute To Johnny Winter and Gibson Firebird Guitar

  1. Wow. This thing would sell like hotcakes. They need to make this a reality and get this think on the market.

  2. Excellent pics! Beautiful music it is one of the most magnificent and delightful presents God has given us. thanks!

  3. Johnny would have never played that pickup combination. Two mini humbuckers only. Also, you forgot the fret marker at the 7th fret. Finally, remove the volume know from the pickguard, it would just be a pain in the ass.

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