Lovies guitars is offering up this awesome Gibson Flying V Limited Run 50th Anniversary guitar. It has a fantastic feel and look to it. The guitar screams! Thepickups sound incredible! This guitar has an amazing vibe and is quick to bond with. This guitar was played but always taken care of and put back in the case. Very good condition. There are several light scratcehs, few minor dings, and few dents on it. 8 of 10 Overall, played shape but very nice. Minimal Fret wear. Neck is perfectly straight and action is nice and low with no buzzing. SEE many images below!! The guitar is all original and unmodified. Includes original Hard case other items pictured.
WEIGHS in at: 7.45 lbs.
.827” at the 1st
.875” at the 12th
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The very first Flying V left the Gibson factory in 1958. And although it took time for the legend to grow, the Flying V has become a true, vintage guitar rarity, as well as a benchmark for what a powerful, performance-driven guitar should be today. Now, 50 years later, Gibson USA honors that legacy with the introduction of the 50-Year Commemorative Flying V—a fitting tribute to one of the world’s most recognizable guitars, and Gibson USA’s Guitar of the Month for March 2008. The 50-Year Commemorative Flying V combines several timeless elements of the 1958 model, with a few modern appointments for today’s demanding players. The solid mahogany, V-shaped body has been outfitted with a AA maple top and beveled edges exclusive to this limited edition. Also created especially for the 50-Year Commemorative Flying V is an exclusive Brimstone Burst finish, and the headstock’s rare, art deco Gibson logo, which was recently found among old drawings belonging to legendary Gibson President Ted McCarty. The neck sports the traditional Flying V profile—a hybrid between Gibson’s standard ’50s rounded contour and the ’60s slim-taper profile. It is topped by a 22-fret ebony fingerboard with pearl split-block inlays. This special Flying V is powered by a Gibson ’57 Classic pickup in the neck and a Gibson ’57 Classic Plus in the b