Gibson Introduces Les Paul Robot in Wine Red and SG Robot in Cherry Now Available at Musician's Friend along with Gibson Robot Review

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Gibson Robot Electric Guitars Now Available in two New Color Finishes including the Les Paul Robot in Wine Red and the SG Robot in Cherry

Musician's Friend, direct marketer of music gear, announces that starting in August the Gibson Robot guitar will be available in two new colors. The Gibson Robot SG Special Limited Electric Guitar will now be available in Cherry and the Gibson Robot Les Paul Studio Limited Electric Guitar will be offered in Wine Red.

The Gibson Robot Guitars incorporate automatic tuning technology, a self-tuning system that uses an onboard central processing unit to analyze the pitch of each string detected by the Tune-Control Bridge. Guitarists use the Master Control Knob to select standard or specialized tunings. Gibson Robot guitars come equipped with the time-honored qualities of Gibson's SG and Les Paul models as well as modern updates for improved performance.

The Gibson Robot SG Special Ltd. Electric Guitar features 490T and 490R humbucker pickups compared to the 498R and 490R pickups used in the Gibson Robot Les Paul Studio Ltd. Both guitars have C-shape necks while the Gibson Robot Les Paul Studio sports a vintage '50s look. The new Wine Red finish on the Gibson Robot Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar is the newest addition to a lineup of finish choices including Midnight Burst, Fireburst, Desert Burst, Red Metallic, Silverburst, and Ebony. The new Cherry finish on the Gibson Robot SG Special Electric Guitar is offered in addition to Ebony, Silverburst, and Red Metallic.

Shoppers are encouraged to read the Gibson Robot Review at Musician's Friend. The review was written by an industry professional and covers the all the features of the Gibson Robot in depth.

About Musician's Friend:
Musician's Friend, Incorporated is the world's largest direct marketer of music gear and musical instruments. Its assortment of more than 45,000 products including guitars, bass guitars, pro audio, keyboards, live sound and recording equipment, and drums and percussion is marketed through its print catalogs and websites, including

Along with the widest assortment of musical equipment and instruments possible, the Musician's Friend website also offers informative musician's resources including in-depth buying guides, tech tips, hands-on gear reviews, tech articles from highly respected music industry professionals, interviews with well-known artists and over 135,000 product reviews and ratings.

Located in Medford, Oregon, with warehousing in Kansas City, Missouri, and a call center in Salt Lake City, Utah, Musician's Friend can be contacted at 1-800-776-5173.


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