By Robert Archer · August 2, 2019 • At booth #1817 during CEDIA Expo 2019 Just Add Power will partner with Guitar for Vets to donate acoustic guitar and lessons to veterans and the company will give away Kramer Baretta 84 guitars.
By Jason Knott · May 2, 2018 • Renowned musical instrument brand reaches Chapter 11 deal with shareholders. It will jettison all non-musical-instrument brands.
By Robert Archer · March 16, 2018 • Fair or not, the legacy brand Gibson has made the news because of several financial missteps, including its investment into consumer electronics, and for not listening to its customers. Gibson will survive, but the company's problems highlight some core business management tenants: Spend prudently and stay in touch with customers.
By Robert Archer · November 19, 2014 • At the upcoming 2015 CES Show in Las Vegas, the famous guitar player will enter the speaker market with the launch of its Les Paul Reference Monitors.
By Robert Archer · August 18, 2014 • Backed by a major company with decades of audio experience, the new Memphis, Tenn.-based speaker manufacturer is launching its market presence the only way a company with its address can: with a live music promotion.
By Jason Knott · April 28, 2014 • Philips has agreed to sell its WOOX Innovations audio, video, multimedia and accessories business to Gibson Brands, owners of TEAC and Onkyo/Integra.
By Robert Archer · March 19, 2014 • Adding to its product portfolio, the Integra brand is set to become the U.S. distributor for the French speaker company Cabasse.
By Robert Archer · May 7, 2012 • Henry Juszkiewicz, CEO and chairman of Gibson, discusses Gibson's expansion into consumer electronics and how it responded to federal government pressure to use alternative materials for guitar production.
By CE Pro Editors · March 6, 2012 • Former D&M Holdings and Sony executive Bob Weissburg has been hired as Gibson's new global executive vice president.
By Robert Archer · February 16, 2012 • Rock-and-roll bands aren’t the only ones that like high decibels. There are home theaters across the country that could rival the sonic capabilities of the world’s loudest rock bands.
By CE Pro Editors · January 30, 2012 • Teac and Onkyo say the companies are looking at ways to share manufacturing facilities, logistical centers, as well as research and development resources.
By Jason Knott · January 4, 2012 • Gibson Guitar Corp. buys majority stake in Onkyo USA, becoming second-largest Onkyo Corp. shareholder to bolster its new Pro Audio Division.
By Robert Archer · June 11, 2010 • The famed high-performance consumer loudspeaker company has updated its "entry level" Sophia floorstanding loudspeaker, which it says is more receptive to working with a wider range of electronics than other products in its line-up.