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Discussion in 'Other Gibsons' started by Reverb, Apr 28, 2016.
2013 70's reissue and Michael Schenker's 1979 Block inlay! Just joking of course, it's an Edwards Japanese Schenker model.
What a fantastic GIBSON Veeee
What year is your Gibson ?
That's a Medallion?
In order of acquisition:
2008 Flying V '67 reissue, painted by the artist Hugo Rodriguez a year before I acquired her:
2008 Flying V "Holy V" (Gibson GOTM, January 2008---mine is edition number 003, even!):
71, the only year they were made, 350 of them.
A few more were shipped...maybe 73-74...very few.
I forget now.
But I'm pretty sure they were all from the original batch of 350.
No, the Medallions were only made in 71.
A copy, but a top 3 guitar for me.
For all you, flying v fans, I watched this recently, enjoy.
KK is awesome, and long winded. Odd how he doesn't really know much about what he has. Such as he called his 67 a 64 for years, which of course there never was. And originally it was Sparkling Burgundy, refinished to CAR. Also he says the medallions were a run of 500. Not so, only 350 in 1971. I have a KK Downing Signature V, #17 of 30, pictured somewhere in this thread, along with my Medallion V.
ive got a grace potter flying v that i took the creme guards off and replaced with stainless steel and steinberger tuners. looks and plays phenomenally.
Man, I want one of these, don't even know who she is, but that guitar looks sweet!
I'm thinking about getting the 2016 T version, but I don't know about the smaller size, puts me off.
Firebirds and V's are the only guitars I like those tuners on.
Too much V action going on here... definitely not helping my GAS. Quick someone.. convince me not to spend money..