- Apr 12, 2010
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It was fun to watch Mark Agnesi talk about Gibson's line of guitars. It gives me hope for the future of Gibson Guitars.
I don't really care about the guitar __ and definitely not for $6500 . no Root Beer Burst anywayI only watched the first video and he spewed the same crap they've been saying for over a decade. Same old marketing just with a new face.
Hot hyde glue for the maple top, old ones didn't have that, so not exactly a clone like he claims.
That’s what I was thinking. It’s a Standard. I love Standards, but selling a Standard like it’s something new is silly.Good god. That guy sounds like a late night infomercial salesman. Get your Les Paul right here.
Only thing I got out of it is the new Standard is the same as the old Traditional. Whoopie
Know what makes my marketing job easy?A classic reborn or the elimination of a product line- The only diff between the new Standard and old Traditional are knobs and nut matl. Hardly a revolution. But the hell of a marketing spin...
vsThe new Les Paul Standard returns to the classic design that made it relevant, played and loved -- shaping sound across generations and genres of music. It pays tribute to Gibson's Golden Era of innovation and brings authenticity back to life. The Les Paul Standard 50's has a solid mahogany body...www.gibson.com
Apparently they were already doing it. But now it is slightly cheaper and called a stdKnow what makes my marketing job easy?
Giving the people what they want at a decent price.
Same. I’m glad because I love Gibson’s, and especially like that they’ve gotten rid of the model year for the classic models. But I have my Les Paul, and I love it, so I’m mostly out of the market. But who knows I may need one more or a 61 SG.Apparently they were already doing it. But now it is slightly cheaper and called a std
But in all seriousness, I am wondering if anyone gives a crud anymore. This thread is hardly well attended.