So, does anyone else think that Gibson is stretching things a bit with their "120 Year" anniversary this year? Here's what the Wikipedia article has to say about the company's founding:
Orville Gibson began to sell his instruments in 1894 out of a one-room workshop in Kalamazoo Michigan. In 1902 Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Mfg. Co, Ltd. was incorporated to market the instruments.
So... by my count, their 120th anniversary shouldn't be until 2022. Then again, they did do their 100th anniversary models in 1994, not 2002. Your thoughts?