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Gibson Guitar Partners w Intel at NY Digital Life

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Gibson Guitar Partners with Intel at Digital Life Conference October 14-16, 2005 in New York

New York, NY - October 10, 2005 - Gibson Guitar has partnered with Intel to bring a high-powered and innovative experience to the Digital Life Conference October 14-16, 2005 to be held at the Jacob K Javits Convention Center in New York.

Gibson Guitar's own Bart Walsh will perform in the Intel booth #732 throughout the three day convention. Guests will have the opportunity to rock to the sounds of a Gibson Les Paul. Gibson's Digital Guitar, the most innovative change to the electric guitar in over 70 years, will also be on display and demonstrated at the booth exclusively throughout the conference.

The Digital Life conference is the ultimate consumer and entertainment event dedicated to educating consumers on what digital lifestyle means in every aspect of life, at work and at play. Digital Life's goal is to make consumers aware of how the convergence of affordable, accessible technologies is enriching and empowering people's lives. World premiere musical instrument manufacturer, Gibson Guitar has teamed with the world's largest community of technology leaders to exhibit the Gibson Digital guitar. Gibson has combined technology and music like no other instrument maker causing much industry excitement. Gibson Guitar's exhibit inside Intel Booth 732 will inspire consumers, press and retailers and provide an inside look at the most talked about new product in ages.

ABOUT GIBSON GUITAR
Gibson is known worldwide for producing classic models in every major style of fretted instrument, including acoustic and electric guitars, mandolins and banjos. Gibson's digital guitar represents the biggest advance in electric guitar design in over 70 years. Founded in 1894, Gibson Guitar Corp's family of brands now includes Epiphone, Dobro, Valley Arts, Kramer, Steinberger, Tobias, Slingerland, Maestro, Baldwin, Hamilton and Wurlitzer. Visit Gibson Guitar at www.gibson.com. For more information on on Gibson Guitar and Digital Life go to www.gibson.com/press.

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