Gibson Traditional Pro Flying V Guitar


If you’re into metal, the Gibson Flying V Electric Guitar is the one for you. Check the features solid mahogany body with premium nitrocellulose finish.

It was a vigorous attack, but the shades are dark and grinding. Leads are clear and articulate with a medium tone veiled. Crunch, with the 6505, he was really surprised by the quality of this guitar is funk; it has a great Brownsound which makes reading all the awesome riffs barrel laughs.The neck pickup is very good. For cleaning, it is very clear sounding with a warm low and a high gloss range. I like that. For probes, it maintains this character well and is not so loaded down with the bass you can not hear the end of high brightness.

It is also not so hot that it distorts your own channel either. The Gibson Traditional Pro Flying V Guitar does not have a huge amount of support (more than most guitars well) because, although the wood and construction are excellent, there is not much here that physically resonate, but this means that the guitar is extremely lightweight and perfectly balanced.The only complaint I have with this guitar is that it sometimes becomes noisy. This is probably inside the guitar is not shielded sheet, which is a shame, but the guitars production rarely copper shield in their cavities, I will not judge too harshly the guitar.

Its not a big problem as a noise suppressor or simply by touching something metal resolves, its just a minor complaint.this is one of the best Gibson I’ve played for my style of music, if very high mark in this regard.It even seems huge disconnected, in fact, very similar to when not amplified, which pla me t, because it shows that the guitar is his job to be resonant, like all guitars quality should do.It seems huge even unplugged, in fact, very similar to when not amplified, which pla me t, because it shows that the guitar is his job to be resonant, like all guitars Quality should do. 

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