New Daily Features, mp3s and more

Nashville, TN (September 11, 2007) – Gibson Guitars has revamped its website. Gibson.com has a new “Lifestyle” section that is updated daily with exclusive music news, interviews and feature profiles. It also offers free mp3 downloads, online guitar lessons, in-depth coverage of Gibson’s distinguished product line and contests where fans can win classic Gibson pickups, hand-crafted Custom Shop Gibson Les Pauls and more.

“Gibson Guitar has always been on the cutting-edge of musical instrument design and innovation, and Gibson.com continues that bold tradition,” says Henry Juszkiewicz, Chairman and CEO of Gibson Guitar. “We’ve assembled one of the finest editorial teams combined with artist relations experts around the world. All of the site''s contributors know the unique thrill of playing and recognize that music is more than a pastime -- it’s a lifestyle. We think our many fans around the world are going to enjoy the newly designed Gibson.com and find it to be one of their favorite sites to visit."

Gibson.com’s new online music coverage includes in-depth interviews with classic and contemporary artists as diverse as U2''s the Edge, Emmylou Harris, System of a Down, Drowning Pool, and Drake Bell. Also, look for personal reflections on legendary artists like the Who and the Clash as well as profiles of new and classic Gibson instruments.

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