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Discussion in 'Other Gibsons' started by Veeing Fly, Feb 15, 2018.
Richlite = Expensivelite!
Well this what it has come to..first we got a Gibson version of a PRS for $4k now they are doing Jackson copies and asking 4K again Its absolutely no wonder the company struggles so much.
THIS is a flying V...
Gibson INVENTED it you morons....why’n fuck would you need to copy a knock-off?
Those assholes deserve to go broke.
Me no likey. If it supposed to be "modern", why not 24 frets?
Why not an LCD pickguard with the ability to play video?
I am so completely not serious. Henry, if you use that idea I want $$ for it
Sorry, this thing doesn't do it for me and I have GAS for the real flying V
Sounds like a job for Townshend. Does he still have the energy?
I don't hate the guitar, but it's not something I would buy.
The body kind of looks small, almost like a cartoon.
Gibson is giving us this stuff, but still won't make the new LP Standards/Traditionals in Ebony?
Not 100% with the whole Richlite boards... maybe someday... but a cool looking stage guitar for the right band.
Not a fan of the looks. Reminds me of the Jetsons.
It's not offensive but it does remind me of my old school reports - "Could do better"
Has @Christosterone seen this?
I think it is a really cool looking guitar.
I like it but the small block inlays seem out of place and speed knobs look huge. The price is crazy.
As far as a modern day Flying V I always wanted Gibson to do what they did to the body and neck of the Epiphone Jeff Waters V.