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From the Vault: 10 Wild and Wonderful Vintage Gibson Ads

Ellen Barnes
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02.06.2017

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The year is new, but at the moment we can’t help but linger on decades past. We recently discovered a wellspring of sepia-toned Gibson and Epiphone advertisements from the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s – ads that most of us had never seen before. We’ve cherry-picked 10 of them to share with you.
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This Week in Rock History, Feb. 6 – Feb. 12

Russell Hall
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02.06.2017

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Historically speaking, this week in rock music has been marked by a trove of memorable events. One of contemporary music’s greatest bands released their
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10 All-Star Tips For Improving Your Guitar Skills

Daniel Eriksson
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02.03.2017

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When you've just started out playing guitar, it is always a good idea to draw inspiration from other guitarists around you. There's nothing better than learning from other musicians. An experienced guitarist can certainly steer you in the right direction as you try to strum your first few chords on the six string. But surely, nothing would be better than getting advice from your guitar heroes, right?
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2017 EB Basses: A Closer Look

Anne Erickson
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02.03.2017

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The new Gibson 2017 EB basses – the EB Bass 4-string and EB Bass 5-string – build on everything that makes the EB design and brand legendary and go even further.
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This Week in Rock History, January 30 – February 5

Anne Erickson
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01.30.2017

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Check out some significant events, album releases, births and deaths happening from January 30 through February 5 in rock history.
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Fresh Cream, Eric Clapton and Gibson

Michael Leonard
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01.27.2017

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A super-expanded edition of Fresh Cream presents Eric Clapton’s début with ‘60s supergroup in unrivalled detail. Executive producer Bill Levenson explains some Cream history, and any plans for further archive releases. Plus a 101 on Clapton’s Gibsons with Cream
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This Week in Rock History, January 23 – January 29

Anne Erickson
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01.23.2017

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Check out some significant events, album releases, births and deaths happening from January 23 through 29 in rock history.
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What’s New from Gibson Brands at NAMM 2017?

Michael Leonard
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01.20.2017

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How to follow the latest news from Gibson Brands at NAMM 2017. There’s a dedicated Gibson NAMM 2017 website and plenty of Twitter updates with latest news from Gibson Guitars, Epiphone, KRK Systems, Neat Microphones, Cakewalk and more.
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15 Most Anticipated Alt Albums for 2017

Michael Leonard
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01.20.2017

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Away from the mainstream rock and metal heavy riffers, there’s is another slew of anticipated albums due in 2017. Step forward: Radiohead members, battling brothers, indie kingpins, shoegaze vets, singer-songwriters and quirky pop outsiders...
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Rocks Off: The Magical Tones of the Mick Taylor-Era Stones

Ted Drozdowski
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01.18.2017

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By the time Sticky Fingers was released 40 years ago in 1971, The Rolling Stones had become the best American band from England. Keith Richards and Mick Jagger were born in Dartford, Kent, and yet the sound of the album’s tracks “Brown Sugar,” “Wild Horses,” “Sister Morphine,” “Dead Flowers,” “Moonlight Mile,” “Bitch” and “I Got the Blues” fell in right alongside the sole cover, Mississippi Fred McDowell’s “You Gotta Move,” thanks to the group’s careful assimilation of blues licks, New Orleans and Memphis grooves, and the drawl that crept into Jagger’s voice more and more as the ’60s gave way to the next decade.
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