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Gibson Flying V Faded Guitar (V-factor) Review :: Electric Guitars Reviews


it gives this classic but futuristic model the look of a well-worn, well-loved vintage instrument.


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It's back to the V-Factor future with the new Worn Cherry finish. It gives this classic but futuristic model the look of a well-worn, well-loved vintage instrument.
New faded finish gives it the look of a seasoned performer. The Gibson Faded Flying V was born to rock. When the original V came out in '58, it was ahead of its time. When it was reissued 9 years later, it became a favorite of progressive rockers and still is to this day. This Faded Flying V has all the features and specs of the '67 model and the look of a guitar that has been loved and cared for since those early days.


Features + Technical Specs
Body & Hardware Mahogany Body
Chrome hardware
Tune-o-matic bridge, Stopbar Tailpiece
Knobs: Black with silver insert
Neck & Headstock Mahogany Neck
22 fret Rosewood fingerboard, Width at 12th fret 2.062"
Peghead Pitch: 17
Thickness at 1st Fret: 0.800
Thickness at 12th Fret: 0.850
Heel Length: 0.625
Neck Joint Location: 17
Pearloid Dot inlays
Rounded neck profile
24 3/4" scale length; Nut Width: 1 11/16
Total Length: 18.062"
Green Key tuners
Electronics & Strings Neck Pickups: 496R ceramic magnet humbucker
Bridge Pickups: 500T ceramic magnet humbucker
Controls: 2 volume, 1 tone, 3-way switch
Brite Wires .010-.046 Strings
Finishes Worn Cherry, Worn Brown, Satin Ebony
This musical instruments offer includes Case Case Interior: Black Padded
Case Exterior: Black Gigbag
Case Silkscreen: White 'Gibson USA' logo

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