Gibson Flying V 7 Guitar

You know, I always thought that a flying V would be a PITA to play .Are you talking Gibson Flying V’s, or V-shaped guitars in general?

His glued-on-year, a mahogany neck is carved profile “Slim V Which measures 0.800” at the 1st fret and .850 “at the 12th, and topped with a dark brown luxurious Chechen 22 medium jumbo frets. A split PLEK Corian nut ensures maximum amount of this crucial neck resonance happens in the final sonic infusion guitar, while TonePros vintage style tuners with pearloid buttons vo key you to keep a look Traditional rear-angle doll. All this with Gibson’s renowned craftsmanship and classic specifications of the 24-3 / 4 “scale length, a 1-11 / 16” nut width, and a “radius 12 key legendary ensure playability, too.

To capture the beauty of this Gibson Flying V 7 Guitar sound well designed guitar U, load Gibson USA signature Flying V Grace Potter with a pair of his finest PAF recreations. The BurstBucker Pro pace in the neck and BurstBucker Pro lead on the bridge are both made with Alnico V magnets and wound with 42 AWG enamel wire as many of the best original PAF. They offer output levels in line with humbuckers time, although the pickup is given extra turns of wire for a little more grinding in the leading position and an excellent balance between the two.

In addition, a contemporary twist, the two pickups are wax potted to combat microphonic feedback, so that you can turn this sweet, melancholy tone monster by your amp of choice, carrying everything from rich, warm tones bluesy moan lead and crunchy rhythm without fear of yelling or screaming. The classic pairing of Tune-o-matic and stud-mounted stopbar tailpiece keep it all locked for maximum support and easy intonation adjustment, and a pair of individual volume controls, a tone of master and a three-position switch gives you all the sonic versatility required. 

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