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Dean seeks trademark cancellations against Gibson, alleges dealer interference

Armadillo responds to counterfeit lawsuit by seeking the cancellation of Flying V, Explorer and ES-335 shape trademarks, and accuses Gibson of threatening guitar stores selling Dean and Luna guitars with legal action.
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Reverend Guitars introduces the Todd Evans Signature Squatch Hammer

The Flying V-shaped guitar is based on the Reverend Volcano, but it sports several metal-ready appointments.

Joe Bonamassa and Seymour Duncan collaborate on the Amos pickup

The Custom Shop Amos humbuckers are modelled after those on the bluesman’s legendary 1958 Gibson Flying V.

Gibson Memphis 1958 ES-335 VOS

1958 was also the year of the sunburst Les Paul, the Flying V and the Explorer, but Gibson’s thinline archtop was arguably the greater achievement.
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Watch Joe Bonamassa tear it up on an EVH Frankenstein model

The blues maestro’s chops are as on point as ever.
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“Is Gibson the bad guy? The short answer is it really isn’t”: copyright expert...

In an op-ed on legal news website Above The Law, a rights lawyer defends the guitar titan.
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Review: Beetronics Overhive & Buzzter

From the masters of insect-themed steampunk styling, two more dirt machines that are creating a bit of a buzz… but not literally.
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Summer NAMM 2019 Video: Gibson announces new vintage-inspired 2019 Original Collection

US guitar giant drops prices and focuses on vintage features for its flagship 2019 range.
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Is the ES-335 trademark fight Gibson’s biggest legal battle yet?

The resumption of a five-year-old case in US court could mean the company loses its trademark on one of the most iconic body shapes ever.
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An oral history of the Gibson ES-335

The ES-335 may be the greatest and most versatile electric guitar ever crafted within the hallowed walls of 225 Parsons St, Kalamazoo. Here, iconic figures such as Ted McCarty, Mark Knopfler and Larry Carlton recount the tale of the model’s revolutionary development and enduring influence.
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