Gibson Flying V Faded Cherry Guitar

The Gibson Flying V is an electric guitar model first released by Gibson in 1958.The specifications are practically the same between the 2007 and 2008.

Guitar and bo Te of origin have nicks and dings here and there to play over the years, and shiny satin finish is worn where armrests at the front of the guitar and part of the back of the guitar, as shown in pictures. & Nbsp; Case has a few scratches and a tear dime-size on the bottom edge. Comes with booklet and pamphlet.The authentic original pickups (496R and 500T) were upgraded to nickel covered pickups hand-wound by luthier John Dajo (google John Dajos maker to see its know-how of experts) which are much more punchy and better coordinated than the originals.

This is a Gibson FlyingV Faded Cherry Guitar, it has all of its original factory gear, 22-fret ebony Gibson humbuckers, Gibson tuning keys, set neck construction, polished wood finish.Using tobacco Burst confiscated by the government of the United States who were returning to Gibson once there was a resolution and the investigation is completed, swooped solid mahogany body design with legendary Flying V (Franklin Titebond 50 adhesive), Mahogany neck with 60s profile (profile .800 / .850 Slim V standard lattice rod, joint angle of 5 ° +/- 15 seconds, 50 Franklin Titebond adhesive, mortise & tenon joined amp ;., joint angle tolerance + / – 0.005 “) rosewood unbound.

Distinctive vintage gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish Tan government, hardware black chrome, aluminum strap buttons, black plastic, 5-ply black pickguard hot stamped in gold with the graph of Government II series (bald eagle lifting of a round of the Gibson guitar confiscated), a pair of Dirty Fingers + ceramic pickups in the neck and bridge positions mounted “open coil” without blankets and wired through the volume controls / master control the tone / selector three independent channels (500K nonlinear wiring, the injury Machine), black top hat knobs, black chrome Tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece. 

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