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Inside Gibson’s Repair & Restoration Department

Ellen Mallernee
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08.27.2007

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Far beneath the rafters of a humming old warehouse in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, there are rows of guitar cases, most of them containing a Gibson and a story. Each case in Gibson Repair & Restoration is tagged, oftentimes with customer names like Willie Nelson or Dave Grohl, and some show addresses as far away as Australia or the U.K.
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Gibson Moment: Guns N' Roses at Richfield Coliseum, June 5, 1991

Jonah Bayer
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08.27.2007

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I used to get nosebleeds relatively frequently as a kid, so I was pretty much used to them. But this time the crimson flood was leaking out of my nose directly onto the pair of ripped, stonewashed Levi’s that the 12-year-old version of me had picked out for the biggest night of my life: Guns N’ Roses at Richfield Coliseum in Cleveland, Ohio. Pair that Pollock-splattered denim with an original “Guns N’ Roses Was Here” T-shirt, and I was ready for my first real rock show.
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Ace Frehley: Professional Rock Star, Amateur Graphic Artist

Chris Gill
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08.27.2007

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Everybody aspires to be a rock star. But what do rock stars aspire to be? Check out the stunning computer art of legendary KISS guitarist Ace Frehley.
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On the Couch with Ryan Adams

Aidin Vaziri
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08.27.2007

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Ryan Adams has just released his ninth studio album, Easy Tiger. It includes the singles “Halloweenhead” and “Two,” a duet with Sheryl Crow. But the best songs happen to be the classically tortured singer-songwriter’s most personal.
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Snapshot: Johnny Winter and the Allman Brothers at the Beacon Theater, 4/8/07

Sean McDevitt
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08.27.2007

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When Johnny Winter plays live, the hardest part of the night is never the actual gig itself. The real challenge is found in those final minutes just before showtime. That’s when Johnny, his focus intensifying, starts peppering those around him with questions. When are we going on? How much longer? It has become somewhat of a ritual over time, and those who work most closely with him—including Paul Nelson, Winter’s second guitarist and bandleader, and Jonathan “Mojo” Moorehead, Winter’s guitar tech and right-hand man—are careful not to make promises that they can’t keep. Truth is, sometimes a 10 p.m. start time becomes 10:20 p.m., and when that happens, there’s nothing that Johnny can do other than wait it out on the tour bus...
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The Multicultural Stomp of Madrid's
Manu Chao

Josh Baron
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08.23.2007

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Few artists working today produce as multicultural a music as Manu Chao. But instead of merely pandering to as wide an audience as possible in hopes of increasing sales, it's simply Chao reflecting his roots and heritage.
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Gibson Gets Warped!

Jonah Bayer
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08.23.2007

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Everyone knows that the Vans Warped Tour is the hottest festival of the summer, but how many of you also knew that Gibson was the guitar of choice for the tour’s most promising up-and-coming artists?
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Foo Fighters Set to Release New Album, Cover Arcade Fire

Aidin Vaziri
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08.23.2007

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Packing more gargantuan guitar riffs than should be allowable by law, a live show that can test the underpinnings of the sturdiest arena, and a steady hit parade of sonic gems such as “Monkey Wrench,” Everlong,” “My Hero,” and “Big Me,” the Foo Fighters have, since 1995, firmly positioned themselves as one of rock’s top cats.
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Gibson Exclusive: Neil Young Finishes New Album, Chrome Dreams II

Jaan Uhelszki
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08.22.2007

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A year and a half after the release of Neil Young’s rabble-rousing Living with War, he’s unleashing Chrome Dreams II, an album that looks back to some of his vintage recordings, rather than sounding an anxious alarm about current events, like 2003’s Greendale and Living with War.
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Gibson Moment: The Who at the L.A. Forum, November 22, 1973

Jerry McCulley
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08.17.2007

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Like any music fan coming of age in the ‘70s, the Who loomed large and loud in our personal rock pantheon. We’d like to say it was because of Pete Townshend’s insightful, often-challenging songs, wed to his band’s aggressive, flamboyant musical prowess.
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