KISS Guitarist Visits Memphis GIBSON Guitar Factory

June 4, 2007

KISS guitarist Tommy Thayer has issued the following update:

"I was fortunate to visit the Memphis Gibson guitar factory for a personal tour today by David Winters, the Gibson Memphis Operations Manager. David is a fantastic guy and he gave my wife Amber and I a great personal tour of the facilities. The Memphis factory specializes in the Gibson Archtop and ES models, as well as Les Paul Customs and Doublenecks. I've played Gibsons all my life and it's always fun to see how these great guitars are made. Stay tuned for more on my trip this week to Memphis and Nashville."

Check out a photo of Thayer and Winters at this location.

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