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Gibson Midtown Custom

Gibson Midtown Custom

By | 2011, New Release | No Comments
Gibson’s “thinline semi-hollow” ES models were an instant hit when they made the scene in 1958. Gibson USA’s Midtown Custom takes all of the legendary ES properties a step further, maximizing each design goal, while adding a rich, deep resonance all its own… Read More

 

Gibson Les Paul Classic Plus

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The new Les Paul Classic Plus from Gibson USA, a powerful embodiment of a legendary guitar that looks every lick as good as it sounds. Crafted from premium tonewoods, the Les Paul Classic Plus carries a highly figured Grade-AA maple top, which looks absolutely stunning. Classic Les Paul Standard appointments such as acrylic trapezoid fingerboard inlays and cream body and neck binding are accompanied by a deceptively powerful pair of humbucking pickups. This is a pure Les Paul, with premium features.
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Gibson Melody Maker Special Satin Cherry

Gibson Melody Maker Special

By | 2011, New Release | No Comments
Gibson USA introduces the Melody Maker Special. This great guitar offers all the no-nonsense, slab-bodied styling of the original Melody Maker, but is updated with the legendary P-90 pickups as found on the Les Paul Special, as well as a full-sized Les Paul-style headstock.
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Gibson Nighthawk Studio Silverburst

Gibson Nighthawk Studio

By | 2011, New Release | 2 Comments
Newly updated for the end of 2011, the Nighthawk Studio from Gibson USA features a new pickup array and switching, new tonewoods and three stunning new finish options—Goldtop (all-body finish) with gold top-hat knobs, Pelham Blue (all-body finish) with black top-hat knobs, and Silverburst with black top-hat knobs, all in high-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer.
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Gibson SG Special Limited

By | 2011, New Release | No Comments

The SG Special brings all of this great guitar’s attributes to a no-nonsense package that’s heavy on tone, but easy on the budget. All of the real-deal tonewoods, construction, and playability are here, along with the classic hardware complement and an upgraded set of high-output Gibson Dirty Fingers humbucking pickups.
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Gibson Baritone Explorer

Gibson Baritone Explorer

By | 2011, New Release | One Comment
Seeking the full-throated rumble of a long-scale, drop-tuned instrument with the iconic Modernist Series styling of the Explorer guitar? The Explorer Baritone from Gibson USA is at your service. A hot and heavy journey to the lower dimensions of electric guitar tone, the Explorer Baritone wraps all the iconic Explorer style, construction and attitude into a guitar with a 28″ scale length that’s perfect for the lower tunings that are popular in rock, thrash and metal today.
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Gibson Nighthawk 2011 Vintage Sunburst

Gibson Nighthawk 2011

By | 2011, New Release | No Comments
Blending the best of Gibson tradition with modern design features, the Nighthawk has been a favorite with a wide range of players ever since its introduction in 1993. The Nighthawk 2011 is sleek, powerful and crafted with the kind of playability that only a Gibson delivers. Whether you play rock, blues, country, jazz, fusion, or a radical new music that has yet to find a name, this is one of the most versatile electrics available.
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Gibson USA L6S

By | 2011, New Release | No Comments

One of the more intriguing new models to emanate from Gibson in the mid 1970s, the L6S was favored by Carlos Santana and Rich Williams of Kansas, along with several other notable players of the day, and quickly proved its power born from a marriage of Gibson tradition and a sleek, efficient, modern design ethos. To bring all that toneful goodness and succulent playability back to the table, Gibson USA introduces the newly reissued L6S, a performance tool that’s still primed to carry today’s rock, blues, and fusion guitarist wherever he or she wants to go.
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Gibson Les Paul Alex Lifeson Axcess

Gibson Les Paul Alex Lifeson Axcess

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Created through extensive work with Alex Lifeson himself, the Gibson Custom Alex Lifeson Les Paul Axcess similarly redefines the boundaries of the classic Les Paul: packed in a single remarkable instrument, this guitar carries all of the traditional tones that have made the Les Paul legendary, along with unprecedented levels of sonic and performance versatility.
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Gibson Les Paul Studio Swirl

Gibson Les Paul Studio Swirl

By | 2011, New Release | No Comments
The Les Paul Studio Swirl is a stunning new addition to popular Studio series, which has been bringing full-fledged Les Paul performance and tone to hard-working musicians since its introduction in 1983. These guitars include all the classic ingredients that have made the Les Paul Standard legendary since humbuckers first hit the model 1957, but add four exotic swirl finishes to the formula, while retaining the down-to-business package that is light on frills, heavy on swagger, and easy on the pocket.
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Gibson Firebird X

By | 2011, New Release | No Comments

The Firebird X guitar takes the guitar instrument to new heights of functionality and usability for the professional player and the aspiring enthusiast. Using technologies that did not exist even a few years ago, we have enhanced an already outstanding instrument to unbelievable performance and creative heights. The enhancements touch every aspect of the instrument, from using improved manufacturing technologies to the latest electronics. Firebird X is like the world’s best street legal sports car in looks, feel and performance.
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Gibson SG Standard 24

By | 2011, New Release | No Comments

50th Anniversary SG Limited Run

Celebrating a Radical Double-Cutaway Rock Legend! Way back in 1961 when the SG Standard temporarily replaced the Les Paul Standard in the Gibson line up, few were aware that a future icon of rock guitar was being introduced to the scene. Originally called the “Les Paul/SG”, this radical, double-cutaway electric with two dramatic asymmetrical pointed “horns” and a thin all-mahogany body was worlds away from the single-cutaway maple and mahogany Les Paul that it replaced.
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