9 Famous Products Still Proudly Made in America

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Gibson guitars

Way back in 1894, Orville Gibson started to make his first guitars in Kalamazoo, Michigan! And ever since then, these staples of American rock and roll have continued to be made in the United States! Just a few things have changed since then, since the factory has moved to Nashville, Tennessee, most probably due to increased demand for these impressive instruments.

Every week, there are about 2,500 Gibson guitars produced, and it takes about 500 workers to take the materials and transform them into the solid-bodied instruments we all love.

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8 thoughts on “9 Famous Products Still Proudly Made in America”

  1. James Elliott

    I took my parents Waring blender with me to college. It was a wedding present to them in 1950. I still have it and use it regularly.

  2. We have a Lodge Dutch Oven and use it almost twice a week. It definitely meets all the great things that it claims to do. We have had ours for about two years, and wonder how we have gotten along without it for so many years.

  3. Many Whirlpool and Maytag appliances are made in Mexico. The “Made in America” label actually means “Made in North America”.

    It’s interesting that there aren’t any automobiles on the list. It’s likely that some Toyota models are manufactured and assembled entirely in the United States.

    American Range, a factory in California, makes high-quality ovens and stove-tops. They’re pricey and worth the extra cost, in my experience.

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