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Gibson guitar maker sees a future with chapter safety

NASHVILLE — Gibson guitars have been such a fixture in music historical past that Chuck Berry was laid to relaxation along with his, B.B. King affectionately named his “Lucille,” and Eric Clapton borrowed one from George Harrison to play the solo on the Beatles’ “Whereas My Guitar Gently Weeps.”

The maker of the instrument, a relentless throughout generations of American music, filed for chapter safety Tuesday after wrestling for years with debt. The choice got here with an assurance from Gibson that it’s going to refocus on its specialty, musical devices, and transfer away from its debt-plagued push to promote residence electronics.

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