Gibson Memphis ES-LP Alex Lifeson ES-Les Paul at Peach Guitars!
Super fun signature model from the Rush axeman. The ES-LP Alex Lifeson is obviously inspired by a Les Paul Custom and it has all the FAT tones you would come to expect from a Les Paul - without the weight!
The two PAF-like humbuckers are MHS (Memphis Historic Spec) models with matched potentiometers. The MHS 'buckers are slightly "underwound" compared to more modern-voiced models, for the most authentic PAF-alike tone you can get: they're perfect for a semi-hollow Gibson. You get a historic truss rod, titanium bridge saddles, a bone nut and more, while rolled neck binding delivers a sublimely comfortable playing feel. It's a superb mixture of old and new, and all in a beautiful high-gloss nitro Classic White finish with 7-ply binding.
It's built in association with Rush legend Lifeson, and you can see why he loves it. Visually, it echoes the ES-355 he played for much the 1970s on classic Rush album such as 2112 and A Farewell To Kings. This new ES-model has that visual appeal, but in the more compact Les Paul format he's favored for Rush's recent years. Indeed, Gibson's ES-Les Paul design itself could have been built with Lifeson in mind - it's versatile and full of different tones. In this finish, it's just right for him... and anyone who likes a stunningly different guitar.