Gibson Generation Collection | Amythyst “Wild Turkey”

Sponsored by Gibson:

Rolling Stone partnered with Gibson for an exclusive interview and live performance with Amythyst Kiah using her Gibson Generation Collection G-45 at the Gibson Garage. In this live performance, Amythyst performs “Wild Turkey.”

Introducing the Generation Collection featuring the exclusive Gibson Player Port™ for a new sonic experience. Inspired by a 1964 blueprint from the Gibson Archives, the new exclusive Gibson Player Port™ provides a truly unique and immersive sonic experience. Finally, you can Hear More of You. Handmade in the USA by the same craftspeople who build all Gibson acoustics, the Generation Collection features four different models — G-00, G-45, G-Writer, G-200 — with slim, comfortable necks, solid wood construction, and a new accessible price point.

Features include:

• Gibson Player Port™ for a new sonic experience

• Handmade in the USA

• Slim and comfortable playing neck


• Striped ebony fingerboard and bridge

• Sitka spruce top, walnut back and sides

• New, accessible price point for players of all levels

To showcase our new Generation Collection, we collaborated with songwriters and players who represent a new, wildly diverse generation of genre-crushing musicians. Creatively fearless, these artists possess a relentless obsession to perfect their sound, inspiring players of all generations and genres of music. With artistry and expressive power, Amythyst Kiah manages to weave together many strands of American music. Born in Chattanooga, TN, and first inspired by alt-rock, Amythyst studied bluegrass, old-time, and country in her early twenties before releasing her debut solo album Wary + Strange this year. Pitchfork described her new album, “Kiah’s independent spirit, vast talent, and musical savvy yield dazzling results… Wary + Strange is a rock album that doesn’t play by anyone’s rules but her own.” For more about Amythyst Kiah, visit

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