Gibson Rules

Of my six guitars, two are Gibsons.

My pride and joy…a 1977 LP Custom…it's heavy, but it's sweet.

My pride and joy…a 1977 LP Custom…it’s heavy, but it’s sweet.

Back in 2011, I posted this: Nothing Better To Do.

And follow up with this update:
What Gibson Guitars Did with the Wood the Government Returned

My back up…and a gift from my late, mother in Law…a 2003 Explorer-Pro.

My back up…and a gift from my late, mother in Law…a 2003 Explorer-Pro.

“Gibson took that wood and made it into the Government Series II Les Paul. These special edition guitars are hot stamped in gold with the Government Series graphic, which is an American bald eagle holding a Gibson guitar neck. It is an admirable statement of defiance of an abusive government and a refusal of a historic American company to be intimidated”.

Gibson: American Made and World Played.

About Ray V.

Living between Aiken & Charleston,, South Carolina, USA, I like to share what I am looking at, thinking about or listening to. I refer to this as the view out my window. Thanks for stopping by.
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3 Responses to Gibson Rules

  1. Linda Gill says:

    So glad that Gibson didn’t just lie down and take the prejudicial actions without fighting them! I had wondered what the outcome was, and now I know!

    Like

  2. Jeff says:

    Is the explorer pro for sale?

    Liked by 1 person

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