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Gibson in Action: Photographer Brian Friedman’s Brilliant Performance Images
A drummer since age 6, photographer Brian Friedman converted a teen hobby shooting local concerts into a much-lauded professional career. “Being a drummer—especially a jazz drummer—gave me a great education for being a photographer,” he says. “You’re constantly improvising.”
Are You Traditional or High Performance?
Gibson has just unveiled its 2016 line and there’s something for everybody, whether your tastes lean towards the traditional, the modern or the best of both worlds.
Introducing the Les Paul Joe Bonamassa 'Tomato Soup Burst' Signature Limited Edition
Gibson is proud to announce the Les Paul Joe Bonamassa “Tomato Soup Burst” Signature Limited Edition, designed and signed by Bonamassa.
Interview: One Direction Guitarist Dan Richards Talks Les Pauls
One Direction guitarist Dan Richards talks guitars, what the Rolling Stones have in common with One Direction’s music and more in this exclusive
Show and Tell: Why Rockers Love Their Les Pauls
There’s nothing quite like the look, feel and, of course, sound of a Les Paul. Here's why Slash, Def Leppard's Vivian Campbell and more are in love with their Les Pauls.
How to Help Victims of the Paris Attacks
If you would like to donate to support the victims of the attacks in Paris over the weekend, there are number of ways you can help.
Eagles of Death Metal Make Paris Statement
Eagles of Death Metal, the band caught up in recent Paris terrorist attack, have released a statement. Still understandably shocked, all EODM shows have been put on hold
Gibson Rocks the Latin Grammys
Gibson was very visible at the 16th annual Latin Grammys, the biggest night in Latin Music, and a number of artists participated in various activities during the yearly celebrations in Las Vegas.
Rett Smith: ‘I’m in love with my Les Paul’
Singer and guitarist Rett Smith has just released his debut EP
. We caught up with Rett and chatted about his Gibson guitars, playing solos, and recording the album.
30 Under 30: A New Generation of Players
Anyone who doubts that traditional electric blues is alive and well need look no further than these three up-and-comers. Ranging in age from 15 to 25, these rising stars have assimilated styles first laid down by masters of the genre.
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