Go on Tour at Gibson's Popular CES Venue

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Even though it's not on the convention floor proper, one of the more popular stops at 2015 International CES is the Gibson Guitars tent.

From the Game of Thrones-style throne out front made entirely of bronzed guitars, to the walls of guitars and guitar memorabilia, there’s a lot to see. And as if that weren't enough, there are a lot of brand new products inside, and not just for the guitar enthusiast.

We headed down to the Gibson tent for a jam-session, and here's what we saw.

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The Game of Thrones-style throne, made of bronzed guitars, is one of the most popular photo spots at CES.
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Near the front of the tent is a display highlighting the innovations in sound production that Philips has spurred through the years.
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Gibson is entering the headphones market with the Trainer, designed with Usain Bolt and aimed at athletes.
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The Aeroflex stabilizing strap helps hold the Trainers to your head while you run or bike.
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When you walk into the tent, there is a table stacked with guitars and headphones for players to get lost in a riff.
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On a side wall, Philips is showing off their news soundbar and home theater system, which features wireless speakers that will calibrate themselves with the push of a button.
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The new Les Paul Reference Monitors are designed to honor their namesake, who first pioneered the solid body electric guitar and later introduced multitrack recording. They are designed to evoke the classic Les Paul true flame maple front.
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Created by the former founders of industry leader Blue Microphones, the new Neat Microphone line is entirely bee-themed and visually striking.
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The new G FORCE automatic tuner, installed on the back of a 2015 Gibson Les Paul, features a "capo mode" and a low end tuning banks for those seeking a heavier sound.
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Spin a few tracks at the Gibson tent.
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What Gibson tent would be complete without several walls of the company's world famous guitars?
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