Gibson-New ‘Vintage Reissue,’ ‘Brite Wire’ And ‘Acoustic’ String Collections Premiere Worldwide

The energy continues to build around the revitalizedGibson, who has been synonymous with creating, shaping and inspiring sound across generations of artists and multiple genres of music for the past 125 years. By leveraging its iconic past and leaning into the innovative future, Gibson has set the stage for the next era of essential gear that Gibson guitarists covet. After several rounds of experimental development, Gibson is pleased to announce that today, July 16 it will launch three new ranges of guitar strings to players worldwide.

Recognizing the large demand for top quality strings that are fitted to all Gibsoninstruments produced in Nashville and Bozeman, Gibson will now offer three lines of ‘Factory spec’ strings. With its new Vintage Reissue Guitar Strings, Brite Wire ‘Reinforced’ Electric Guitar Strings and Acoustic Guitar Strings, Gibson has players around the world covered from the beginner to collector. Developed and tested by our team of Master Luthiers, these strings are the exact same as those used in production since the launch of the new Original and Modern Collections, including new Gibson acoustic guitars, and are the best possible strings to adorn a Gibson guitar.

“I am very excited to bring these unique Gibson Factory spec strings to guitarists around the world,” said Jim De Cola, Master Luthier of Gibson Brands. “Guitar fans now have access to Strings that meet the Gibson standards of quality and sound for their guitar collection.”

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