August 31, 2018 / 9:51 PM / 2 months ago

Bankrupt guitar maker Gibson wants $60 mln in claims tossed

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) -

Bankrupt guitar maker Gibson Brands Inc is seeking a court order disallowing more than $60 million in claims made against it by a German company, arguing the demands for payment are “spurious.”

The claims were lodged in Gibson’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy by Tronical GmbH, a Hamburg-based maker of automatic tuning devices that Gibson installed in various models of its guitars over the past decade.

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