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See Gibson and Triumph's unique guitar and motorcycle collaboration

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Gibson and Triumph have celebrated the legacy of the 1959 Les Paul Standard and 1959 Bonneville T120 with a stunning one-of-a-kind custom editions of each legendary model.

The collaborative project has been created to support The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride; a global charity efforts for men’s mental health, prostate cancer awareness and fundraising. 

As you'll see, the motorcycle and guitar feature a host of beautiful hand-detailed custom touches, designed, and applied in Triumph’s factory workshop.

Gibson Les Paul Standard Reissue - 1959 Legends Custom Edition 

The 1959 Legends Custom Edition Les Paul features unique Triumph design detailing, including a hand coach-lined pickguard that's inspired by the Bonneville’s trademark engine fins, and etched pick-up covers, branded truss rod cover and reissue switch backplate.

Along with the 1959 Les Paul Standard Reissue certificate of authenticity, the Legends Edition also comes with its own one-of-a-kind certificate signed by Triumph CEO, Nick Bloor, and Cesar Gueikian, Brand President of Gibson Brands.

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The 1959 Legends Custom Edition Bonneville T120 features unique Gibson design detailing, including beautifully unique hand-painted Iced Tea Burst paint scheme, featuring Jet Black painted guitar neck and headstock shape, edged with hand-painted coach lining.

The saddle even has slots to store your guitar picks

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Rob Laing
Rob Laing

I'm the Guitars Editor for MusicRadar, handling news, reviews, features, tuition, advice for the strings side of the site and everything in between. Before MusicRadar I worked on guitar magazines for 15 years, including Editor of Total Guitar. I've currently set aside any pipe dreams of getting anywhere with my own songs and I am enjoying playing covers in function bands.