- Sep 29, 2011
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As others have said, politics is a no-no here. You'd be better served by Face Book with shit like this.....taking a topic and twisting it into your personal political agenda/conspiracy theories. We don't do Face Book shit here, and for those that have tried, and persisted, they eventually end up BACK on FB because they get the ban hammer.Okay this is true, this JC guy did NOT begin this concern for me. However JC was the global president of the company while "Chip Bergh" was the CEO since JC's start at the company. There was only a month between the publications of Levi Strauss going full retard and Gibson appointing JC as the CEO. Chip Bergh and James Curleigh were both so high up on the corporate ladder of the same company one can figure that they had discussions on the topic in private, since Bergh is this motivated to put the livelyhood of his global brand in jeopardy for US gun control. See in the USA money is the motivating factor, and in politics people who make influence through pay are lobbyists, the aim of which is controlling the overall direction of the USA and in turn-- world politics. The Levi Strauss brand most likely will die off but the CEO will remain paid for this drastic influence through possibly lobbyist connections. People all over the world have bought those American jeans, just like they buy these beautiful American guitars. If they both are corrupt it will show in time, lets hope that this JC guy is not trying to ease his way into our beloved Gibson only to become a political influence on the world. Tyranny will not be supported by patriots, we will see how this all plays out.
For the record, I feel the same way about the new Gibson CEO as I do about musicians who play these guitars.....couldn't give any less of a f#ck about where they stand politically on ANYTHING. Keep making great guitars, stay out of extracurricular shit that buried Henry, and let's move on.