Adam Jones Silverburst Les Paul Custom Guitar (Signed)Invest Now
$95,000Initial Offering Marketing Cap
$10Initial Offering Share Price
09/2021Initial Offering Date
Adam Jones formed the metal band “Tool” in the early 1990’s. The Atlantic wrote: “From the early ’90s to 2006, the foursome of Tool stood as a rock-and-roll epitome when rock and roll was a social average. In 2020, Gibson introduced a limited-edition custom guitar modelled after Adam Jones’ favorite guitar, the original Silverburst 1979 Gibson Les Paul Custom. Gibson sold only 79 of these guitars, each signed and numbered by Jones. Rally’s #AJONES is a 1-of-1, prototype guitar reviewed and signed by Jones before these Les Paul Custom Guitars went into production.
“I can’t get the same sound with any other guitar.”
— Adam Jones / On his Les Paul custom
Adam Jones is born in Libertyville, Illinois.
Working as a special effects coordinator in Hollywood, Jones contributes to films like “Ghostbusters II” and later “Jurassic Park.
After meeting Maynard James Keenan, the duo forms the band Tool, eventually adding bassist Paul D’Amour and drummer Danny Carey
Tool releases their first EP “Opiate.”
Their first full-length studio album, “Undertow,” is released, eventually peaking at No. 1 on the Bilboard Heatseekers chart.
Jones tells Guitar School Magazine that he uses Gibson guitars and prefers the Les Paul Custom. “…I can't get the same sound with any other guitar, not even another Gibson, without that finish on it. I have two of them. I'd buy another if I could find one.”
“AEnima” reaches No. 2 on the Billboard rankings, spending a total of 110 weeks on the charts.
Tool releases “Lateralus,” reaching the top of the charts and eventually becoming a certified double platinum album.
“10,000” days serves as Tool’s final album before their decade-plus hiatus. Jones earns a solo Grammy for his work as the album’s art director.
Jones is named one of the 100 “Greatest Guitarists” by Rolling Stone.
13 years after their last album, Tool’s “Fear Inoculum” debuts at No. 1. For the first time the band makes their catalog available online.
Adam Jones releases the short film “The Witness” in tandem with Gibson’s release of the limited-edition Silverburst 1979 Les Paul Custom. Prior to the release, #AJONES is sent to Jones as a prototype for his approval on the aging and construction of the guitar.
En route to online retailer Sweetwater, a pallet of the Adam Jones 1979 Les Paul Custom Guitars is stolen from a truck in Indiana.
Rally enters into an agreement to acquire #AJONES and offer it on the Rally platform.
Since Tool burst on to the scene in the ‘90s with their indescribable blend of metal, rock, and experimental sound, guitarist Adam Jones has used Gibson Les Paul Custom guitars to achieve his one-of-a-kind riffs. In a March 1994 interview with Guitar School Magazine, Jones said: “I use Gibson guitars; I prefer the Les Paul custom… I have Seymour Duncan pickups, and I can’t get the same sound with any other guitar, not even another Gibson..”Invest Now
|Price Per Share||$10.00|
|Number of Shares||9,500|
|Memorabilia Type||Production Prototype Guitar|
|Model||1979 Silverburst Les Paul Custom|
|Total Production||1 of 1 (Prototype)|
|Authentication||Gibson Brands, Inc.|