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Thread Comments about the news item: US Agents Raid Gibson Over Ebony

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TonyBruno

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1 Posted on 08/29/2011 at 00:35:00
Federal agents last week stormed the Gibson Guitar factories in the Tennessee cities of Nashville and Memphis, confiscating pallets of exotic woods, computer equipment and several guitars, the Financial Times reported yesterday.

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gray36

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2 Posted on 08/29/2011 at 16:45:54

I hate to say it, but when the heat is on, because of the quality guitars out there, Gibson breaks the rules again! Their punishment should be refunding everyone who has ever bought a Gibson, half off, they would still be making profit! Just makes me that much prouder to own an Epiphone! Although I do wish my LP Custom had an Ebony fretboard!

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