The Gibson family of brands including Epiphone, Onkyo, KRK, Cerwin-Vega!, Baldwin Pianos, Maestro, Stanton DJ and Wurlitzer. In addition, top artists including Bring me the Horizon, Everlast and Jeff Waters (Annihilator) will be stopping by for signings and meet and greets (more information and a full schedule is available at www.gibson.com).
The fully interactive fan experience includes: a jamming zone with nearly 50 guitar stations; the renowned Gibson Through the Lens photo exhibit—a selection of rare photos of iconic Gibson artists taken by top photographers; tech talks led by Gibson specialists; a Stanton DJ contest where participants create their favorite guitar solos mixtape with the winner receiving a Gibson Midtown Standard; and the European premiere of Rocksmith—the music video game that is played with a real guitar. In addition, fans will be able to enter a drawing for a chance to win one of two free guitars—a Gibson SG Standard Limited Aged Cherry or a signed Epiphone Slash Appetite for Destruction Les Paul.
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