During the ’70 the Gibson Les Paul was ‘adopted’ by a large number of musicians. Due to its distinctive sound it remained one of the most important instruments of the music world.
This Les Paul belonged for many years to Chicago guitarist Keith Rowland. He used it exclusively on the song I'm a Man as a tribute to Terry Kath. After his former guitar tech left he didn't take it on the road anymore. He used it again on his side project with Chicago bandmate drummer Tris Imboden The Howland/Imboden Project in 2001.
The guitar is pictured on the CD cover and can be heard among others on the song Friday the 13th on the The Howland/Imboden Project CD.
A great Les Paul!
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