Guitars, Pedals, Amps: Ism!

Thursday, 13 May 2010

Extent of Flood Damage in Nashville becomes apparent

It's been a while since my last blog as I've been pouring what little get up and go I have into my other half arsed projects but I could not ignore the subject of this post. As some of you may already know parts of Tennessee in the United States was hit by flooding over the past few days including Nashville, home of the Gibson USA and Gibson Custom factories. I have been informed that both factories have ceased production whilst they assess damages but it looks like they won't be making any guitars for a while so if you were umming and erring about that Gibson then now's the time otherwise you'll have quite a wait on your hands.

Here are some examples of the damage:

Water Damaged Gibson Historic R7

Man Pouring Water out of a Gibson ES-335


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