For those who are interested in all sides of the issue, keep reading as we dig deeper into Gibson's potential next moves and how they may or may not ripple out into the used market. See all Gibson Floor Model Deals. While the exact directions that quality and pricing on new Gibson guitars go as management of the company changes may have some impact on the used market, the most likely scenario is that prices will remain relatively flat. For all the guesswork and prognosticating we all like to do about the used gear market, and what trends are going to do what and when, it's ultimately larger economic and social trends that dictate pricing on any luxury good or within any collector market. Additionally, there's a sense that Gibson's almost constant reworking of its product lineup—with the yearly introduction and discontinuation of various models—has distracted its workers and operational managers from keeping things simple, classic, and on time. Oops, looks like you forgot something. Many were taken in by the supposed news brief despite the misspelling of both "bankruptcy" and "manufacturer". The converse of the above argument follows that if quality on new Gibsons goes down, potential buyers might flock to the used market, increasing demand and prices over what is now a fixed number of newly coveted used guitars. This coming update, however, marks what is likely the most drastic change from Gibson USA in recent memory.
Gibson's Lineup – Massive Price Hikes. Gibson is often accused of charging way too much money for their guitars. In capitalism, things. Meaning the top 3 models have all increased in price by roughly £/$ I know, I shouldn't be surprised, it's Gibson.
This is just ridiculous. Not sure if this is old news or not but I was just on the Les Paul Forum and there is a new thread on the Gibson price increase. Just sayin.
Every bit of information put forth by the company has centered on the idea that Gibson will refocus all of its energies on its ostensibly profitable core guitar business, and no matter how that takes shape, or what specific organizational changes that entails, Gibson is clearly going to continue to make guitars for the foreseeable future.
As for actual specs, Gibson is updating the nut to a brass "Zero Fret Nut" and increasing the neck width on most models. If they do this, I see Gibson's place as a major brand in the guitar industry sustaining as long as a massive strum on a '59 Les Paul. And this dynamic would only be intensified by current Gibson owners deciding to sell their old guitars on Reverb to finance a shiny new-era model, thus adding to the already established supply glut.
Sparing no expense, Gibson USA even changed the internal wires from 28 awg to 26 awg, along with a new and improved jack design and together they give you an improved uninterrupted signal. Another hypothetical factor here has to do with existing Gibson dealers cutting prices on old inventory.
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|Here at Reverb, we'll be keenly interested to see how this change impacts the used market.
Another hypothetical factor here has to do with existing Gibson dealers cutting prices on old inventory.
Gibson Floor Model Deals on Reverb. All intel I've seen from those closest to the situation seems to suggest that the noteholders set to take over the company are indeed committed to making things work and making them work well.
In celebration of the th birthday of Les Paul himself, all Les Paul models will feature a swirly "Les Paul " headstock logo marking a departure from the traditional Les Paul logo seen on the guitar for decades.
The j15 walnut burst looks great though and has a m.a.p. of $ Have I missed something, or hit my head somewhere?
A friend inquired about a regular Hummingbird again. It appears to me, the "Birds" are fly.
It is, as many of you will have already noted, a similar hypothetical pattern to what happened to Fender guitars following the CBS takeover of the company in Long live the king.
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All intel I've seen from those closest to the situation seems to suggest that the noteholders set to take over the company are indeed committed to making things work and making them work well.
Gear forums and Facebook groups are overflowing with both fearful and optimistic predictions on what's coming next for the historic brand. If we start to see price drops on "new old stock" models, that would only lessen the motivation a buyer would have to buy a used guitar.
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|In celebration of the th birthday of Les Paul himself, all Les Paul models will feature a swirly "Les Paul " headstock logo marking a departure from the traditional Les Paul logo seen on the guitar for decades.
Personally, I hope to see the new Gibson management simplify its operations and offerings and stick to the basics, like a respected sushi chef that rejects the bright orange sauces and fusion-y trends and simply cuts quality fish as it was meant to be cut. The new Tune-O-Matic Bridge features a hex wrench adjustment on thumbscrews for easy action adjustments.
While the exact directions that quality and pricing on new Gibson guitars go as management of the company changes may have some impact on the used market, the most likely scenario is that prices will remain relatively flat. Juszkiewicz and Gibson President David Berrymanthough the exact timing of their functional departure remains to be seen.