Gibson Brands, the legendary manufacturer of electric guitars, revealed that it could face bankruptcy in July after nearly 116 years of business.
In Musicwood, Bob Taylor (Taylor Guitars), Chris Martin (Martin Guitars), and Dave Berryman of Gibson Guitars drop competitive differences and negotiate with Native Americans to save centuries old Sitka Spruce.
By Bill Esler
Taylor Guitars says a Cameroon ebony lumber mill partnership, made with Spanish distributor Madinter Trade to purchase, will extend its access to exotic woods. Paul Taylor explains in a video.
Dueling concerts on both sides of Gibson Guitars wood battle: in Madagascar, a concert against illegal logging at the source of the ebony; and a Tea Party "We Stand With Gibson" rally sides with the guitar maker,