“Our goal is to get a guitar back into the hands of anyone who has had their guitar damaged or destroyed in the recent Tennessee storm,” says Dendy Jarrett, Executive Director of Gibson Gives. “As a Nashville, Tennessee based company, we are also engaging with our artists and other partners to provide support across many areas.”
Musicians who lost their guitar in the recent storm can send their story to the Gibson Gives Guitar Recovery Plan at [email protected]. Guitars will be provided at Gibson’s discretion, based on proof of damage or loss. Replacement guitars given out may be demo models, prototypes or shop worn, across Gibson’s various guitar brands.
Gibson moved its headquarters to Nashville’s Cummins Station in July 2019.
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