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Gibson advertisement (1976)

KISS Knows looks Aren't Everything

Gibson Marauder

Gibson advertisement (1976) KISS Knows looks Aren

Rolling Stone calls Paul Stanley, "A sensuous purveyor of thunderous chords" His Gibson Marauder guitar helps Paul attain that acclaim. The action is fast. And the neck has one of the smoothest fret jobs Gibson's ever made. Of course it's loud. The front pickup is Super Humbucking. Hot and sensitive. The rear pickup, raw power. Probably three times stronger than any non-humbucking pickup you've ever heard. The group calls it the Kiss Axe. Gibson calls it the Marauder. If you want to rock and roll all night, the Marauder is one pretty guitar to go with. But then again, looks aren't everything

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