For the past 125 years, Gibson has been synonymous with creating, shaping, and owning sound across generations, genres and gender. This week (Tuesday, April 23), Gibson gave media and industry in Nashville a sneak peek of the new collection before its official worldwide reveal coming this Monday, April 29.
Media and industry stopped by Analog at the Hutton Hotel to see a snapshot of the new electric collection, meet Gibson CEO and President James “JC” Curleigh and CMO Cesar Gueikian and catch a performance from The Striking Matches.
Check out the photos below from the Gibson: New Electric Collection preview event in Nashville. Stay tuned to Gibson.com on Monday, April 29 for the new collection announcement.
Gibson CMO Cesar Gueikian, Julian Raymond SVP Big Machine/John Varvatos Records, Gibson CEO James “JC” Curleigh.
Gibson Master Luthier Jim DeCola greets early arrivals.
Musician Lauren Jenkins enjoys the party.
L-R: Musician Chris Isaak, Gibson’s James “JC’ Curleigh (CEO) and Cesar Gueikian (CMO), with producers Jacquire King and Vance Powell.
L-R: The new Gibson Les Paul Standard 50’s in Goldtop and Sunburst.
The Striking Matches perform.
Gibson fans enjoy the event and swag.
Gibson CMO Cesar Gueikian, Rolling Stone Country’s Joseph Hudak and Gibson CEO James “JC” Curleigh.
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