In Guitarist this month is a fascinating feature on B-Bender guitars. Invented in 1965 by Gene Parsons and Clarence White of The Byrds to emulate the crying sound of pedal steel, the B-Bender is a rare beast. The prize for the biggest B-Bender obsession surely must go to collector Samuel Ahden of the fabled guitar museum in Umea, Sweden. Samuel owns 41 of the things and has had Parsons (who still builds them to order) install B-Benders in a Tele and LP Junior. Read the full story in Guitarist, issue 398 – out now.