D’Angelico Guitars has acquired Supro and Pigtronix, which puts all three New York brands under one roof. United they should go from strength to strength, which is good news for musicians everywhere.
Gibson revamps the Custom Shop! The Murphy Lab is a new Custom Shop division headed by guitar relic'ing expert artisan Tom Murphy. Will 2020 bring even more accurately aged guitars?
Gibson has pulled all its official videos from YouTube worldwide, while rumours are flying that Mark Agnesi has been let go from the company as well. What is going on at Gibson?
According to disgruntled employees, Native Instruments is haemorrhaging staff and closing down parts of its business - while Behringer throws out a safety net. It's all a bit nuts, to be honest.
Potentially boutique builders may only be able to build a certain amount of those Gibson authentic guitar shapes, but will have to pay a royalty or license for the privilege to do so.
Gibson has now officially responded to the whole trademark infringement case with Dean Guitars and you can read the full statement here.
Dean Guitars CEO Evan Rubinson has gone on record defending his company's guitars, saying that Gibson’s claims are without merit. This could be the beginning of a bruising legal battle.
That Gibson 2019 lineup they have been teasing is now official and you can now order one of 25 new models released from the US guitar giant. Hopefully, this will be a return to form?
Looks like Gibson Custom Shop has dropped some of the more unpopular materials and parts, like Richlite fretboards. Will 2019 see Gibson's premium range return to form?
Gibson gets back to basics with a new set of 'Golden Era' guitars including a Les Paul ‘50s spec, Les Paul Special in TV Yellow and two new 61 spec SG’s with “maestro” and “sideways” Vibrolas ...
Can James "JC" Curleigh 'build a powerhouse brand' with Gibson USA? Well, he has done it before at Levi Strauss, where he was in charge previous to his new role at Gibson.
Financial news outlets and trade press have been reporting that Gibson is likely to leave bankruptcy in a matter of weeks. But the news doesn't have us jumping for joy just yet.
Gibson is officially advertising for a new CEO and so it would appear Henry's days at the guitar company are numbered.
The rumour mill says Gibson is about to be bought out - by a Chinese consortium, by Yamaha, by the Tooth Fairy, depending on who you believe. Gibson needs Yamaha - or someone like them - to step in.
In a Gearnews exclusive, ADAM CEO David Angress reveals some hidden functions slumbering within their new S Series...