Gibson Flying V History Limited Edition

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Gibson Flying V History Limited Edition


Species Mahogany
Adhesive Franklin Titebond 50
Bridge Tune-O-Matic
Bridge Material Zamak
Plating Chrome Aged Cherry Sealer Nitrocellulose Lacquer Process 7 – 8 mils
Species Mahogany
Profile .800 / .875, Thin V
Truss Rod Standard
Adhesive Franklin Titebond 50
Neck Joint Mortise & Tenon
Adhesive Franklin Titebond 50
Joint Angle Tolerance +/- .005″
Headstock Flying V
Truss Rod Cover Cream with Hotstamp Black Gibson
Fingerboard Rosewood
Frets 22
Radius 12″
Binding Cream
Inlays Acrylic Dot with 120th Banner
Nut/E.O.B 1.695″ / 2.260″
Material Tektoid™
Width 1.695″
Slots Gibson PLEK System
Neck Position ’57 Classic
Bridge Position ’57 Classic Plus
Coil Wiring Machine Wound
Potentiometers 2 Volume Controls, 1 Tone Controls
Type 500K Non-Linear
Switch Three-Way Switchcraft
Output Jack Traditional 1/4″
Model Grover™ Kidney
Tuning Ratio 14:01
Plating Chrome
Type Stop Bar
Material Zamak
Plating Chrome
Knobs Black Hat Witch with Silver Inserts
Pickguard Cream
Strings .009 – .046
Strap Buttons Aluminum End Pins
Type Hardshell
Case Exterior Vintage Brown
Case Interior Countoured

The Gibson Flying V History Limited Edition is a good choice for those looking for quality at a competitive price. It provides nice look-and-feel, reliability and playability and is one of the best options in its price range. Beautifully figured, available in different colors, the Flying V History Limited Edition has an aesthetics that will definitely inspire you for new music ideas and experiments. And its technical implementation is also on the high horse.

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