Apart from the color and slight modifications to the pickguard, I do not see anything about V which makes it a highly sought after limited edition, other than the name of Mrs. Potter is attached to it. Gibson would be better to simply issue a standard V to a standard price for those of us who play the guitar well to pay and buy compared to a Flying 2 Guitar is not really anything special. I’m just thinking – great group, great singer – but far (yet) an epic guitarist any measure, her / his singer first and foremost, a singer (fa we talking about) and very new to this – why a signature style sound at all!
Let it be – if it still plays fifteen years down the pike, Gibson, for the love of GAWD !!! I enjoy watching it. Maybe this will help me find guitar chicks She’s hot and she has a V, a model that could use a little more of the press. It is a Marketing No brainer.I do not like each new old Gibson / guitar comes with, but what I do not like. The price is pretty too. Must try me.WOW how that will play Guitar Beautiful Beautiful Music.Nice V! One day, I’ll add one to the collection.
One question: other than the tradition (and it is cheaper to do so) why put the jack on the instrument on the pick guard Ok, two questions: Why not take a withdrawal on the side c, c say top side of the lower arm of the V Do you really ask for Gibson is simply the recycling of its ugliest V with a pickguard and binding very slightly modified body. No way are they going to move the input jack – if they did they would have to charge $ 1,000 more. I love Grace Potter and I loved each of the 209 Gibsons I owned, but I would not give you $ 100 for this POS, although mahogany became a “tonewood premium.” HaHaHa!