Gibson Flying V 7 String

Get the guaranteed lowest price on the Gibson Limited Run Flying V Electric Bass Guitar A bass that finally brings the Flying V body form to the deep end.

1980 Gibson Flying V2, these con Tim Shaw u V2 flying boomerang with Humbucker pickups and sculpted body that V2 & nbsp; were known for. & Nbsp; I think it is a 1980 model, and those of V2 are somewhat limited / scarce Gibson Flying V 7 String and  were conducted from 1979-1981, some V2 product without boomerang pickups, instead of using the regular Gibson Dirty Fingers humbuckers and in 1982. The Gibson Dirty Fingers humbucking pickups were warmer than these microphones were boomerang, but the microphones boomerang radical looked and sounded well s R on these guitars and pickups V2 V2 is the boomerang over collection. 

This is the natural walnut finish top with a walnut body / maple layer 5, and walnut / maple set neck with ebony fretboard with 22 frets Gibson tuners and a brass nut, you will not find more many electric guitars, brass nut has a global resonance better and more accurate light and maintain ropes. The guitar has a small crack on a photofinishing c side of the neck, it is only in the finish and not the wood is a significant ding on the lower section V, shown below the buttons. Apart from these two major issues of notable guitar shows normal wear and tear here and there an old vintage guitar for 34 years.

There are only a certain surface scratches and scuffs to the finish at the back of the body, but nothing major as rash or damage it belt buckle, the doll is in very good condition, there is a slight discoloration finish gold hardware, including the Tune-o-matic, and pickup rings. The back of the neck is very nice and does not show much wear at all the case, the guitar plays great with a straight neck and fast printing with the thin neck, but the guitar could probably use an updated set new cha nes configuration of the action and controlled intonation. The original Gibson case are not in bad condition, it is a little beat here and there, but not bad for such a guitar case anymore. 

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