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  • halford
    started a topic Alternatives to gibson flying V

    Alternatives to gibson flying V

    Hey guys

    anyone where where i can buy new a gibson flying V??

    preferably white?

    i see Edwards do them, but not sure where to look to find them

    Anyone got any infos on these?

    or any other replica?


    Thanks
    Halford

  • ShaneV2
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    I usually don't like silverburst a lot, but this thing is saxy.



    Yup. Those are awesome.

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  • Rich4Once
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    Sometimes an old Ibanez Destroyer comes up on ebay. Those were great V copies. Like the LP's, they were just about as good as the real thing.


    I think you mean Rocket Roll.

    http://www.ibanezcollectors.com/discus/messages/13/4865.jpg

    And Rocket Roll II

    http://www.ibanezregister.com/images/images-RR/rr50/rr50fr-1982.jpg

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  • superflyinmonke
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    ^ LOL, Mcinterff guitars are definitely more than Gibsons. At least the non-custom shop ones.

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  • Ovid9
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    Sometimes an old Ibanez Destroyer comes up on ebay. Those were great V copies. Like the LP's, they were just about as good as the real thing.


    I think you are confusing it with being an Explorer copy because they certainly aren't V copies.

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  • Peaveyaddict
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    Sometimes an old Ibanez Destroyer comes up on ebay. Those were great V copies. Like the LP's, they were just about as good as the real thing.

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  • Phrophus
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    I usually don't like silverburst a lot, but this thing is saxy.

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  • Rock Hardness
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    HNNNNGGG! I want a Flying V Custom more than any other guitar out there and have for a number of years.



    Sexier then Jessica Alba in leather chaps....Ooph....

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  • RiffDaemon
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    I didn't even know they have V Customs. ****************, those are gassacious stringed orgasms

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  • superflyinmonke
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    HNNNNGGG! I want a Flying V Custom more than any other guitar out there and have for a number of years.

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  • 100 watt
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    Do you mean like this:


    They are the nicest of all the V's - but they are customs, and are priced like the LP Customs.
    They have the better pickguard, control layout, string-though tailpiece, lower square shoulders (like the originals), and full binding.

    You would be extremely lucky to find one for under $1,500 here in the states, not sure what your chances would be in NZ.


    That white V looks better than buttsecks. WANT!!!

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  • apophis
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    I like the looks on this one but dont know how well it plays

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  • FearTheVoices
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  • Crunchtime
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    Do you mean like this:


    They are the nicest of all the V's - but they are customs, and are priced like the LP Customs.
    They have the better pickguard, control layout, string-though tailpiece, lower square shoulders (like the originals), and full binding.

    You would be extremely lucky to find one for under $1,500 here in the states, not sure what your chances would be in NZ.



    FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCC CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!

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