Iconic guitar manufacturer Gibson is getting into the broadcast business. They’ve launched Gibson TV: an original network that highlights the impact of the brand on music and culture, as well as detailing their dedication to the craft of building guitars.
So far, the broadcasts are divided into 7 separate series, which covers a broad swathe of Gibson’s influence. The company has also claimed that there’s plenty more to come.
From the origins of guitar, Gibson has cast its shadow over the industry. Now fans can dive even deeper into the history of the company with the launch of Gibson TV.
It’s been a tumultuous past couple of years for Gibson. In recent times they’ve stared down bankruptcy, launched a new line of classic Custom Shop guitars and even chased down imposters. Gibson TV seeks to shake off their recent dramas, leaning on their unparalleled history of guitar manufacturing with a range of original documentary series.
In The Process, viewers are taken on a cinematic tour of the state-of-the-art Nashville factory, while The Collection explores some of the most drool-worthy guitar collections in the world.
The Scene is a deep dive into the foremost music cities around the globe, My First Gibson is the personal story series detailing the first connection of an artist with their Gibson guitar, while Icons is a long-form interview series with music industry luminaries.
Behind the Board takes us into the studio with the producers behind ground-breaking recordings and The Songbook showcases intimate and unplugged performances from established and emerging artists.
To check out Gibson TV, head over to the website.