The guitar is not dead—it’s just evolving.
Lenders, including KKR & Co, will lead the guitar giant out of bankruptcy.
Future owners also tip an imminent Chapter 11 bankruptcy exit for Gibson.
It’s time to bid farewell to the idiosyncratic pedals.
Henry Juszkiewicz’s tenure as the Gibson boss may soon come to an end as a job ad for a new CEO surfaces online.
First he came for synths, now he’s coming for instrument cases. What would happen if guitars were next on the list?
The brand beloved by bassists joins Line 6 as part of Yamaha’s brand-new guitar-focused subsidiary.
Reorganization plans include a fresh injection of $135 million, a change in ownership, and the offloading of unprofitable assets.
Remember Gibson’s robot tuner system? Well, its licensor, Tronical, is taking Gibson to court over licensing fees and a “breach of contract.”
Disagreements over the terms of a new deal between Gibson and the private equity firm have surfaced, hindering future plans for the debt-saddled music giant.