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Review for: Gibson Flying V
Purchase price of 500.00 USD
Rating: 2.0
Comments:I have been playing for about 17 years. I have owned lots of gear, and have gotten rid of lots of gear. I guess I have G.A.S. I currently own and plan to keep the following: Gibson Les Paul standard, PRS CE22, Guild D-4, Fender Lead II, Fender P Bass, Mesa Boogie Tremo Verb 1/2 stack, Fender Deluxe 112 verious stopm boxes and a Digi Tech RP1. I traded this guitar in along with several others. I bought it because I though it kinda rare and collectable, but it was just to impractical, and useless to me. I have no plans to replace it. The only thing I loved about it is that it looked really cool. It always got a positive response when i took it out. What I hated about it again was its lack of center of balance. This is the most uncomfortable guitar I have ever played. I thought it would compare to my Les Paul since it was set up simular, so I wanted it to be a back up to the Paul. I wish that it had a better balance, a counter weight of sort, I really wished it had a Floyd trem. If you want to buy a guitar with a radical shape and Heavy Metal Image, that you can actully play and use, I would suggest checking out a Jackson Kelly. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Reviewer:
MOETONE1@aol.com
Post Date: 1999036


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