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Check Out the First Photos from the Robot Guitar's Worldwide Celebrity Demos!

Published: Tue December 04, 2007  News Feed

The Gibson Robot Guitar is only days from release and celebrity musicians are further stoking the excitement by demo'ing it at dozens of locations across the globe. The First Run Limited Edition Gibson Robot Guitar will be available for sale on December 7, 2007 at select dealers worldwide. Only a few lucky dealers will be selling it...to just a few lucky guitarists! 



The Alarm's Mike Peters with the Robot Guitar in London

Check out these first photos from today's Gibson Robot Guitar events:


Highly respected guitar consultant and session musician Robbie Gladwell gave a 20-minute demonstration of the Robot Guitar to the invited audience at London's Gibson Guitar Studio on Monday, December 3. Tony Moore served as the MC of the event, conducting the opening introductions and a special Q&A session which saw a member of the press try the Robot Guitar onstage.

To cap it off, Mike Peters, frontman of legendary rock band the Alarm, and his guitarist James Stevenso used the Robot Guitar to perform three classic tracks: “Sold Me Down The River,” “Rockin' in the Free World,” and “68 Guns.”

 The Alarm's Mike Peters with the Robot Guitar in London Robot Guitar in London


Ichiro Tanaka with the Gibson Robot Guitar

Ichiro Tanaka helped to pack the Gibson Studio with crowds who were enthusiastic to see the rock guitarist enjoy his first public performance with the Robot Guitar.

Gibson Japan Product Manager Noriaki Sato then joined Tanaka to explain in depth about the product and answered tons of questions. Photographers rushed to the stage for the photo session which ended the event. 

Robot Guitar Tokyo Robot Guitar Tokyo



Jack Jones, the highly regarded guitarist behind bands such as Southern Sons, John Farnham, and She Said Yes, gave a demonstration of the Robot Guitar at the AMI Showroom in Melbourne.  


For more information about Robot Guitar visit the Gibson Robot Guitar site.

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