Gibson USA is bringing back the M-III, the exceptional “shred” guitar it first launched in 1991.
Just like original M-IIIs, the new M-III features reliable Gibson traditions - a mahogany body, glued-in neck, and high-gain Dirty Fingers humbucking pickups.
But the new M-III is bang up to date. You get a Floyd Rose vibrato system. Pickup selection is via a five-way selector switch, combined with push-pull switching on the master tone control for humbucker coil-splitting. There is also a great choice of colors - Cosmic Cobalt, Electric Lime, Vibrant Red, or Orange Glow. All are in high-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer. The all-black hardware complements the vibrant colors.
Find out more about the Gibson M-III. It’s in retailers from 5 November.