NAMM has revealed its official directory for its 2019 show, and it seems Gibson is set to make a return after a notable absence at this year’s edition.
It’s been a tumultuous year for the industry heavyweight, but in spite of bankruptcy filings and a leadership shake-up, Gibson will take up its old spot alongside the other big players like ESP, Fender, PRS, Taylor, Yamaha and more.
Apart from its revamped 2019 flagship line-up, the guitar giant is expected to showcase its sub-brands like Epiphone, Kramer and Steinberger as well.
The 2019 show will be a first for Gibson’s new CEO, James ‘JC’ Curleigh, who took over the reins in early November, so it’ll be interesting to see what new strategies he employs.
More information at namm.org.