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FAQs

 

HOW DO I ORDER MY DREAM GUITAR FROM GIBSON?

  • Simply visit or contact your nearest Authorized Gibson Dealer to discuss the options available and how the program will benefit you. You can find your nearest dealer at www.gibson.com.

WHAT OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR ME TO CHOOSE FROM?

  • Options range from simple color changes and neck profile adjustments to more complex fretboard inlay designs and electronics, almost all requests can be catered for so contact your nearest dealer for more details.

WHAT MODELS ARE AVAILBLE TO ORDER?

  • Iconic models such as Les Pauls, SGs and ES-335s are all available to order. These are joined by designer models such as Firebirds, Explorers and Flying Vs. Legendary acoustic models such as J45s, Hummingbirds and J200s are also available to order to your own specifications.

WHERE WILL MY GUITAR BE BUILT?

  • Depending on the chosen model the legendary facilities in Nashville, Memphis and Bozeman Montana will be the location for your build — as will ALL Gibson guitars your dream model will be 100% manufactured in the USA.

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO BUILD MY GUITAR?

  • Build times vary depending on the options chosen, Gibson will endeavour to provide an accurate lead time and ensure you are kept fully updated with progress along the way.

I HAVE A VERY SPECIFIC REQUIREMENT, CAN I STILL HAVE MY GUITAR MADE?

  • Your retailer will discuss your options directly with Gibson and any issues or concerns can be addressed however there is very little that can not be achieved through the Made 2 Measure program. The more information you can provide regarding colors, artwork, inlays etc. the easier the process will be.

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN MY GUITAR IS COMPLETE?

  • Once the guitar is ready at the retailer you will be contacted to arrange collection or delivery.

HOW MUCH WILL MY GUITAR COST?

  • Each enquiry will be quoted individually via the retailer, this will be early in the process and will need to be signed off before the order is passed through for manufacturing.