SNAMM08: Metallic Red Robot Guitars

Gibson release limited edition Robot Les Paul Studio and Robot SG in a new red metallic finish      21/06/08

SNAMM08: Metallic Red Robot Guitars


Gibson Guitar has released the new limited edition Gibson Les Paul and SG Robot guitar models in a new red Metallic finish to meet continued worldwide demand. Gibson tell us that guitarists worldwide have demanded another opportunity to own this revolutionary self-tuning guitar and Gibson USA has offered the opportunity through the introduction of the two new models.
Gibson say that the debut of the Robot guitar in December 2007 was the most anticipated and talked about guitar launch of its time. As a result of the immediate sale, thousands demanded another opportunity for a Gibson Robot guitar model using the amazing self-tuning robotic technology. The models feature the Robot automatic tuning and are available only for a limited time. Both The models feature performance safeguarding Neutrik Jak which secures the cord into the guitar and offers classic styling, performance and power of a legendary SG. The Red Metallic finish is a limited opportunity for all guitar enthusiasts. Once the models are sold out they will not be reproduced.
Pricing and Availability:
The Gibson Les Paul Ltd has an MSRP of $3,999 USD and the Gibson Robot SG Special Ltd. has an MSRP of $3,599. More information:



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