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

Let ‘em know you’re there to rock from the second you hit the stage.

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Glam meets metal with a 21st century twist. The full mirror pickguard of the New Century series on the instantly recognized Flying V body. Let ‘em know you’re there to rock from the second you hit the stage.
Features: Full-body mirror pickguard
Mirror trussrod cover
Mahogany body and neck
Classic ‘60s neck
496R & 500T humbuckers
In 1958, the original Gibson Flying V was so far ahead of its time that even the first reissues, almost 10 years later, were only moderately successful. Finally, in the late ’60s and early ’70s, progressive rockers embraced the V, and the 1967 version lives on today as the V-Factor.

Features + Technical Specs
Body & HardwareMahogany Body
Chrome hardware
Tune-o-matic bridge, Stopbar Tailpiece
Knobs: Black Chrome inserts
Neck & HeadstockMahogany Neck
22 fret Rosewood fingerboard, Width at 12th fret 2.260″
Peghead Pitch: 17
Thickness at 1st Fret: 0.800
Thickness at 12th Fret: 0.850
Heel Length: 0.625
Neck Joint Location: 17
Mirror Dot inlays
Flying V neck profile
24 3/4″ scale length; Nut Width: 1.687″
Total Length: 18.062″
Chrome Grover Kidney tuners
Electronics & StringsNeck 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 Ebony
These musical instruments offer includes CaseCase Interior: Dark Grey Plush
Case Exterior: Black Reptile Pattern Hardshell
Case Silkscreen: Silver ‘Gibson USA’ logo

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