GIBSON SALE!!: bit.ly VIDEOS OF ALL GIBSONS ON SALE: bit.ly Site: bit.ly Greg Koch: bit.ly Check these bad boys out — some of the meanest and hardest hitting Les Paul’s you can find, and for under 00! Watch, and tell me that they don’t sound amazing! Brand: Gibson Model: Les Paul Studio ’50s Tribute Top Wood: Maple Body Wood: Chambered Mahogany Neck Wood: Mahogany Neck Shape: 50′s Rounded Fingerboard: Baked Maple Fingerboard Radius: 12″ Inlays: Figured Acrylic Trapezoid Scale Length: 24.75″ Width at Nut: 1.695″ Frets: 22 Pickups: Open Coil 490R/498T Controls: 2 Volume, 2 Tone, 3-Way Selector Bridge: Nashville Tune-O-Matic Tailpiece: Stopbar Tuners: Vintage Knobs: Gold Top Hat Knobs with Chrome Inserts Pickguard: Aged Cream Case: Gigbag ~ Greg Koch ~ Hailing from the frigid wasteland of northern Wisconsin comes a beast the likes of which the world has never known. Greg Koch, a beast of both persona and guitar-mastery, couples his sickeningly magnetic personality with the guitar to create a style of playing that is both completely unique and deplorable at the same time. As a huge fan of the legendary Big Jim Hendricks Greg has taken all that is good and righteous about blues guitar and warped it into a ridiculously fantastic amalgamation of melodic defilement and mind-blowing creativity. Over the years Greg has shared the stage with everyone from Joe Bonamassa to Les Paul himself, never relenting, never ceasing to bring the ruckus.
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Earlier this week, Dave Schneider was told by Delta Airlines he couldn’t carry on his 1963 Gibson ES-335 TD guitar on a flight to Detroit and had to check it in. But when he landed, he learned his guitar was had been crushed between a service elevator and loading dock at the gate. Delta offered Dave 00 for his 000 vintage guitar, which he declined. So Gibson came to the rescue by giving Dave a new ES-335 at the Gibson New York Showroom. “As soon as we saw the picture of the crushed guitar case and heard Dave’s story, we felt immense sympathy for him,” said Gibson CEO Henry Juszkiewicz. “At Gibson we’re committed to music and those who love and appreciate their instruments. For musicians like Dave, instruments are practically members of their family. It was only right to replace his guitar, and we are happy to have him at our showroom.” Dave Schneider is the lead singer of The Zambonis and lead guitarist of a Jewish band called The LeeVees. He says he’s happy to be able to continue performing because of Gibson’s kindhearted gift. Website: www.gibson.com Facebook www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com
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