Gibson Guitars Official Dealer, stocking a wide range of instruments including Gibson Les Paul, SG, Explorer and Flying V guitars.
The Albert King Gibson Flying V Guitar with a cut grade mahogany body radical angles of the original, but with finer size for easier reading. The laminated in a year-mahogany neck is carved to the fast, preferred by many rockers slim profile, with a jump in one piece Grade-A rosewood fingerboard with more frets dot inlays and binding. The doll “arrowhead” is lightened with a mesh cover white plastic rod with Gibson logo, and there is a memorial banner “120th anniversary” at the 12th fret.
A ’57 Classic and ’57 Classic Plus humbucker neck and bridge, offer all the grind and moan you need, with sensual soft tones too if needed, wireless through individual volume controls and a tone master with buttons “witch hat”. A bridge and stopbar Tune-o-matic Tailpiece chrome partner with Grover kidney button tuners for smooth, efficient performance. The Flying V History has aged Cherry finish high gloss nitrocellulose lacquer, protected by an elegant brown hard case.
When will they ever come clean of fraud that is 120 years Gibson.Celebrating Gibson in Nashville . If you pla t, come on.Inspected a newly purchased manufacturing specific customers 59’Paul.Shoddy heritage, frets were cut Corsican fibers nec wrong, something was wrong.The too light.The angle of the neck was bad, the pickups sound shit.Utter dribble and frankly criminal fraud.The an illustrated history of the modernist guitar is back for a second revised edition. Larry Meiners wrote and published the first edition in 2001, and author Zachary R. Fjestad (Blue Book of Electric Guitars) has revised and added information to this book.