----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2002 10:14
Subject: for what it's worth
i picked this up off of a bass e-mail list that i'm
don't know if it's true or not, but i thought it
may be of interest to this list.
grain of salt i suppose . . .
spoken my my Trace supplier in the UK, electro-music in Doncaster,
very nice company to deal with, who have
said that Gibson have pulled the plug
Trace and they have now ceased trading. Gibson have truly given them their
legendry kiss of death. The Trace
service centre had been seperated into a
stand alone company which is still going so there is no problems with
(who really are first rate) with
legacy Trace gear. I can't help but feel that
Gibson have messed with Trace's supply in the US & UK, run up a
huge loss and
then had to axe it (no
surprise if they can't shift the gear!).<
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