Gibson Going Bankrupt?

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  1. Holme

    Holme Well-Known Member VIP Member

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    Can Gibson actually go bankrupt as such?
    Let's get real - Fender,Gibson & Marshall are the big hitters in this business - no one's going to let the Gibson name die out it's name alone can demand money.
    May get bought out at worse but they aren't going nowhere!

    :agreed:
     
  2. Guitarpsycho

    Guitarpsycho New Member

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    I think the result of this will be Gibson getting stronger and delivering a better product.

    They will be fine. They are a big company with a huge presence in the Guitar industry.

    They will most probably go through some sort of reorganization. Sell some assets, reduce debts through the court negotiation with creditors.

    They also own Epiphone and can introduce higher priced premium epiphones too

    But i expect as a result better Quality assurance and an improvement in not only service but the guitars themselves.
     
  3. el_bastardo

    el_bastardo Well-Known Member

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    Nice - not so much today
    Warm - definitely
    Sunny - not today
    JMP - yes!
     
  4. MarshallDog

    MarshallDog Well-Known Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Glad to here the JMP worked out and is what you expected!
     
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    el_bastardo Well-Known Member

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    Thanks yeah it fucking rips.
     
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