This Grace Potter Gibson Flying V Guitar came ready to play, I will have to change as the height of tensions collection or action or anything lattice bars. Since I developed my style of play, I reduced a little to share those legato runs a bit easier, and have brought the pickups a little closer to the strings, but that is just go t staff at the end of the day! A small electrical problem developed after a few months I’m this guitar with a loose connection on one of the volume pots that caused the volume to swell fa Is unpredictable, but it was quickly resolved.
The pickup selector can be noisy if you abuse it, but if you guide firmly in place, it does not give you much hassle! A common problem for many Gibson guitars is their voltage chain not rediculously tight. This guitar is not as A, and the tension is nice, not too tight but not too loose either.I’ve played a Fender Strat with 9 and voltage on this guitar is more flexible than that and I In the 10’S Darrio used. It has a wide neck enough compared to other Gibson guitars aswell (especially the Les Paul), especially when playing at the 12th fret. You have to work to get the sound of this guitar, it reimburses you for almost your work! Do not be put off by this, it makes you a better player.
This addition also allows adding the unique sound of this instrument, as when your game is above the neck of the long solo maintain or lower, this guitar really sings. It is inspiring! This guitar is built like a tank honestly! It stays in tune very well (I have not had to deal with in about a week). I would be happy to get into a concert with just the guitar and be very confident in his ability to last the show.