The Twelfth Fret - Guitarists' Pro Shop
2132 Danforth Ave Toronto Canada | Sales: 416-423-2132 | Service: 416-423-1554 |


June 13, 2011
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When Gibson introduced the Flying V in 1958, it was without a doubt ahead of its time. In 1967, Gibson reintroduced the Flying V to the world with much greater success. Players fell in love with its striking angular design, as well as its light-weight, streamlined profile, and comfortable balance. The narrow upper body allowed access to the upper frets like no other guitar. Ever since then, the Flying V has become an iconic staple of the electric guitar in rock and roll music.

Pricing $1099 w/case
Neck Mahogany neck with gloss Nitro finish, Rosewood or Ebony fingerboard (depending on finish colour).
Body Mahogany body.
Finish Nitro lacquer finish.
Hardware/electronics 496R Neck pickup, 500T Bridge pickup, 2 volume 1 tone control, 3-way toggle switch. Tune-o-Matic / Stop bar bridge in chrome, Grover “Kluson style” Green-key tuners

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