Gibson Les Paul Flying V Guitar

The Gibson Flying V is an electric guitar model first released by Gibson in 1958. The Flying V offered a radical, “futuristic” body design.

And yes, it is quite difficult to play because of its shape, but it’s still a good guitar. I’ll have to be installed Kahler my V perfect.SG and then it is in my opinion better than V, but they are actually quite similar with the same pickups. I have a Flying V guitar beautiful but needs some modifications … Regarding the neck, I prefer small wings neck and bolt-on neck in general. Humbuckers are good (and expensive, so if you do not like, sell and buy SD or DiMarzio or something), but not very versatile.

I mean, the neck pickup is very muddy (IMO) and very low, the pickup is vicious. But it does not give you the same versatility as HSS-setting.And yeah, it is quite difficult to play because of its shape, but it’s still a good guitar. I’ll have to be installed Kahler my V and then it is perfect.I hate the look of SG and I just do not like them .. If someone handed me a free SG I sell in a heartbeat. I just put a lodgment of t $ 100 on a Gibson Flying V. I can not wait to hehe. Flying kick ass v.

In the late 60s, an increase in demand for solid body guitars and the growing influence of psychedelic rock prompted Gibson to reintroduce the Gibson Les Paul Flying  V Guitar – a guitar perfectly suited to the increasingly rock n ‘Culture roll day. The Gibson Flying V 1968 Gloss faithfully reproduces the flying Vs of that era has introduced a series of improvements to build on the original flight Vs 1958. With the introduction of the Series 1968 Gloss Flying V, Gibson offers a new edition the classical model with all the playability and style that has made it a favorite legends like Marc Bolan of T. Rex and Jimi Hendrix. 

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