gibson merges with tc electronics of denmark

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  1. dcooper

    dcooper Member

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    I didn't see this posted if it has already been posted please feel free to delete it

    gibson merges with tc elecreonics of denmark, this is all over the web.
    seems that tc may be the ceo. see les paul forum or the gear gage.
    or just search gibson business news

    http://www.thegearpage.net/board/showthread.php?t=340912
     
  2. smk506

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    I know, I read on the LPF they already began layoffs... :-\ Who knows what t :-\his will do to the "quality control"?
     
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    what the hell? i dont get what this MEANS... did they get bought out? are they working together on certain things? i dont get it, and it hurts trying to figure it out! :BangHead:
     
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    well that's that then. i was just reading the email that i get from gibson that announced it. i imagine that there will be a reorganization and a revitalization of the company, which isnt necessarily bad. if anything it may mean cutting the crap and focusing on what has made gibson successful and get back to the business of quality product not quantity.

    the TC website is http://www.tcgroup.tc/Files/Static/Default.htm
     
  5. oldrockfan

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    very interesting. Yet another merger to form industry giants. I wonder how it will impact the gibson brand and specifically how will it change the existing plants in the US.
     

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