Written on: 23/11/2008 by keith01
Just in process of buying the perfect Flying V. Amazing guitar, sound quality is amazing. Plus you can play it sitting down, firstly it will hold its own shape but if you dont like that, put one of the points under you leg and the other above it...it works....trust me. There aren't any major points i can think of, i suppose some people might say the shape, but i say that's what makes it an iconic legend. I have a 1969 thinline Fender Telecaster, it's my baby and it's a 60th anniversary... (read more)
Written on: 19/10/2008 by utnacmit (1 review written)
I often hear "you can't play a flying v sitting down"- That's not true, just ask anyone who owns one! It'll actually lock in and hold it's position without hands-that you can't do withany other shape ie. strat, dreadnout etc. I love my V and my friends adore it's tone. Acoustically it's amazingly loud! Oh and the other amazing thing is it's the faded cherry and I spent$ 515.00! I would spend 3 x that to replace it! (read more)
Written on: 23/08/2008
The Gibson Flying V is an amazing guitar. I now have 5 Flying V's and the limited edition Reverse Flying V (looks like and arrow head). All V'S are awesome. (read more)
Written on: 15/08/2008
Not much to complain about with the Gibson Flying V, sounds great, looks awesome, and all around great guitar.
Get one and see for yourself. I have had loads of electrics, this will hold its own any day. (read more)
Written on: 06/07/2008
Sound, finish, quality overall...I don't like the shape but other than that, best buy guitar! (read more)
Written on: 08/03/2006 by murg (20 reviews written)
The Gibson Flying V is one of the best electric guitars in the world! It also has an ace shape. (read more)
Written on: 29/12/2005 by Joe Autenrieth (19 reviews written)
Since I'm interested in music and instruments, I was fascinated by the so called "modernistic guitars" by Gibson. My Gibson Flying V electric guitar is in classic white, and it really rocks.
The mahogany neck is wide and fat; providing wonderful rich tone and sustain. It is well balanced, except the impossibility to play it on the knees. But who would really sit down with an axe like this? Take it between your knees and you have perfect control.
For my only bad point I found a very easy... (read more)
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