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[20 Jun 2011 | 3 Comments | 12,350 views]
Gibson RD Standard Reissued

Here’s one to split opinions and have guitarists arguing over their beer for a while. The Big G has reintroduced the RD Standard, a guitar originally offered back in the late ’70s.
First beer-argument point: the looks. Personally, I love how this thing looks but I can definitely see how there are some that might not. Does that make me right and them wrong? Probably, but if it’s your round, I’m prepared to enter into debate.
Second beer-argument point: the specs. Gibson have released the RD Standard in typical Gibson dress. It’s …

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[2 Dec 2009 | Comments Off on Gibson Dusk Tiger Released December 7th | 3,889 views]
Gibson Dusk Tiger Released December 7th

The guitar that’s causing so much stir around the net.  So far, only seen in teasing half-caught glimpses and partial views, the Gibson Dusk Tiger is finally out of the cage.  Almost.
We can get a good look at it though and we can learn a bit more about its features.
As we already knew, the top is a – rather nice looking – exotic hardwood.  Partially pictured in some of the earlier images, that huge chrome thing – pickguard/control panel/pickup mount is likely to be the biggest stumbling block for many. …

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[16 Nov 2009 | One Comment | 4,313 views]
Gibson Dusk Tiger – Oooh, The Anticipation

The net is abuzz with talk of the Gibson Dusk Tiger.
With details still pretty sketchy, a limited number of images and some, relatively high-level, information is turning up here and there.
So let’s have some here as well as there.
Continuing the guitars-for-the-21st-century theme (my words) of the Gibson’s Dark Fire, the Dusk Tiger comes crammed with a bundle of features to provide for some serious sonic tweakage.
The Dusk Tiger will have many of the same features as the Dark Fire such as Robot tuning, hex outputs, RIP computer interface, Chameleon tone …

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