Premier Guitar is on location in Frankfurt, Germany, for the 2013 Musikmesse show, where PG's Shawn Hammond visits the Gibson booth. In this segment, we get to hear demos of the Chris Cornell ES-335 and Bill Kelliher "Golden Axe" Explorer.
Gibson has recently announced its exclusive partnership with multi-Grammy award winning musician Chris Cornell of Soundgarden. Cornell has designed two special edition guitars that will be available at Gibson authorized dealers globally this April.
As part of its continued diversification into the music and audio lifestyle arena, Gibson Guitar Corp., (“Gibson”), the world’s premier musical instrument manufacturer, today announced an agreement to make a strategic investment into Japan’s TEAC CORPORATION (“TEAC”) (TSE: 6803), a recognized trailblazer in the audio visual industry.
Premier Guitar is on location in Des Moines, Iowa, where PG's Rebecca Dirks visits with Coheed and Cambria guitarists Claudio Sanchez & Travis Stever who talk about their current live setups including Gibson Explorers, Les Pauls, SGs, Fractal Audio Axe-Fx, and DR Strings.
Fender Custom Shop Eric Clapton "Brownie" Tribute Strat, Gibson Harrsison-Clapton "Lucy" Les Paul, and a trio of Martin 000 body-style acoustics round out the collection. Photos courtesy Guitar Center.
PG's Shawn Hammond is On Location in Anaheim, CA, at the 2013 NAMM Show where he visits the Gibson Memphis booth. In this segment, we get learn about the Scotty Moore ES-295, ES-335 Bass, Luther Dickinson ES-335 & More
Gibson Guitars and Nashville luthier Joe Glaser team up to create the Les Paul Junior B-Bender––A guitar that takes pedal-steel-style wailing to the masses and opens it to a whole new world of tonal possibilities.
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