Yet another thread on Gibson quality control

Discussion in 'Gibson Les Pauls' started by stratocastom, Feb 8, 2009.

  1. stratocastom

    stratocastom Senior Member

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    I just read this on Gibson's DarkFire page:

    "Dark Fire has to be flawless. Period. Because there are so many software and hardware components and because we’d set the bar so high, we didn’t anticipate the amount of time it would take to go from “it works” to “it’s perfect.” And for you, our valued and respected customers, it must be perfect. Anything less, and it would not be a Gibson."

    Am I missing something?
    Are we all missing something?
    It seems that the way that Gibson guitars leave the factory is perfect...clearly thats how guitars are supposed to be. It must be us. We must be wrong :laugh2::laugh2::laugh2::laugh2:
     
  2. The_Sentry

    The_Sentry Senior Member

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    This is why it's better to get a used Gibson. Someone else has already beaten the fuglies out of it for you (and it comes at a better price!) :D
     
  3. zslane

    zslane Senior Member

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    +1!

    You said it brutha!
     

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