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    Gibson USA unveils its new 2015 Model Year lineup

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    Gibson USA has unveiled its new 2015 Model Year lineup. The guitars come in new finishes with major playing improvements.

    “Gibson USA has established the business practice of introducing a new model line every year in the fall. Every new Model Year is the culmination of research on how we can make the most advanced guitars,” says the company.

    Prices start at just $899 for a Les Paul Junior Single Cut. The extensive range includes three SG guitars, three basses (SG and Thunderbird), a Firebird, and 11 variations of the legendary Gibson Les Paul.

    Standard on most 2015 models, is the new Gibson G FORCE™ system, the best and simplest experience yet in an automatic tuning system. This is a significant improvement on the Min-ETune™ system – easier to use, with enhanced features and increased speed. All Gibson USA guitars except for the Les Paul Supreme, Firebird and Derek Trucks SG will ship with the G-Force tuning system.

    Other added features include the new Zero Fret Nut which is a patented applied for nut that has adjustable action capabilities. The new Tune-O-Matic Bridge features a hex wrench adjustment on thumbscrews for easy action adjustments. All guitars receive a professional set up with accurate intonation, and a new PLEK program with 27% lower fret wire.

    Wood grades on the guitars' tops go from C to AAAA. Body contours are now more easily understood, too.



    2015 Gibson Les Paul Standard

    Les Paul Standard 2015

    2015 Gibson Les Paul LPM

    Les Paul LPM 2015

    2015 Gibson Les Paul Classic

    Les Paul Classic

    Learn more about the Gibson 2015 New Model Year range.

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    Really stoked Gibson is making this step forward. I recently played a Gibson with a G-Force in GC and was blown away by it. Stoked to see how the employment of the G-Force works in the company's favor.


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