Gibson Flying V Standard Guitar

Pete Townshend’s use of a 1958 Gibson Flying ‘V’ guitar starting in 1975.

The biggest thing to note regarding the cosmetic wear is the doll. at some point this guitar has spent some time on a non-nitro finish nice wall hanger. If you pla t see the pictures. There is a certain grace to break the lacquer finish and pictures make it look worse than it is. The only other wear rating is some minor hazing nitro finish where a body of players and the arm to play guitar. Its very minor. The hardware all seems pretty clean. His guitar mint for 13 years. The number stamp United States and serial number on the back of the doll were very difficult to photograph, but I managed to get a pic.

The case is in very good condition with a few small flaws Tolex. All locks and hinges are present and work as they should, but a lock has a tweak in the folded flange. This is pictured.Up auction without reserve price is super clean and original 2001 Gibson Flying V Trans Violet. This Gibson Flying V Standard Guitar will be shipped in its original hard case. This instrument is fully functional without interruption, repairs or modifications. All electronics work as they should. The neck is straight and true with a fully functional bar reinforcement.

There are very few players wear this and I find a very minor ding on the body above the pickup. The frets are virtually no wear on them. The back of the neck is clean and flawless. No bumps doll funky. Grover tuners. The Flying V has a hard and maintain your hot rock and plays like a dream fat. The neck carve reminds me of a modern SG Standard but maybe a hair thinner. Not fat but not real thin. Down the middle and super comfortable. The guitar is very light and comes from a smoke free home. 

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