Guitar Wall Art
The Fender Telecaster 1951 was invented a few years before the rise of the rock n roll era. By mid-decade, the telecaster was being used by artists of various genres, from rock n roll to R&B and country guitarists. Some of the guitarists who used the Fender Telecaster include Paul Burlison, James Burton and Eric Clapton.
The Fender Stratocaster history started in 1954 when three men, Leo Fender, Freddie Tavares and George Fullerton designed the first double cutaway guitar, which had gone on to change the history of guitars as they gained popularity towards the 1960s. These abstract guitar paintings are digitally printed on silk fabric cloth, which is great as a father's day gift or teacher's day gift, and not limited to home, office and classroom display use! Please note that these are not framed.
The Gibson Les Paul was first sold by the Gibson Guitar Corporation in 1952, designed by Ted McCarty, factory manager John Huis and their team, along with guitarist/inventor Les Paul. The Les Paul was originally offered with a gold finish and two P-90 pickups. The sunburst 1958–1960 Les Paul is one of the best electric guitars known in the world today, and the Les Paul has been continually produced in countless of versions and editions since then.