Okay, so it’s not one of the greatest guitar battles of all-time, but it’s the week between Christmas and New Year’s, so we’ll take what we can get. Guitar maker Gibson has scored a win in its fight against PaperJamz manufacturer WowWee.Gibson got an injunction after suing WowWee and a number of high profile retailers, including Walmart, Amazon, eBay, Target, K-Mart, Toys “R” Us, and Walgreens, arguing that the musical toys are much to close to Gibson’s iconic guitar body shape. The defendants in the case are, naturally, set to appeal the decision.AdChoices广告A win for Gibson, whom TechDirt refers to as being “notoriously litigious.” The company has pulled in a good deal of money over the years licensing its decision to third-party companies. Of course, it’s got to sting that the decision came right after the Christmas holiday. The damage (that is, if one can really successfully argue that promoting the Gibson icon really constitutes “damage) has already been done, right?