Noel Gallagher Announces His New Collaboration With Gibson

Former Oasis lead guitarist Noel Gallagher has recently posted tweets to share his latest collaboration with Gibson Guitar on his official Twitter account. Gallagher teamed up with Gibson to release the special limited recreation of his iconic acoustic guitar Gibson J-150.

As you may know, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds released their fourth album entitled ‘Back The Way We Came: Vol 1 (2011-2021)’ on June 11, 2021, after the release of the band’s ‘Who Built the Moon?’ on November 24, 2017. The latest album of the band included the greatest hits of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. The album got very positive reviews from different music critics.

The longtime Noel Gallagher fans might know that he has always used his acoustic guitar Gibson J-150 during his performances and songwriting process. In his recent tweet, Gallagher recalled the time when he wrote his first songs using J-150 and defined the guitar as an inseparable part of his musical career.

Noel Gallagher announced that he and Gibson collaborated to create and release the special limited edition of J-15o named Noel Gallagher J-150 on his Twitter account. The guitar consisted of AA maple back and sides and premium Sitka spruce top and a hand-rubbed Historic Thin finish. Noel Gallagher J-150 also included a custom case signed label and reproduced hand-written lyric sheet. Gallagher reflected his gratitude for sharing his recreation with his fans.

Here’s what Gallagher wrote in his tweets:

“When I think back now, to the songs that I’ve written, and the amount of time I’ve spent holding this guitar… I mean it becomes part of you. There’s just something about it… I find it very easy to write songs on this guitar.

Gibson Guitar is proud to launch a limited run of 200 pieces of Noel’s go-to acoustic J-150 with AA maple back & sides & premium Sitka spruce top all complemented by a hand-rubbed Historic Thin finish. Along with a custom case, signed label & reproduced handwritten lyric sheet…”

You can check out the tweets below.

You can watch the video below.