Gibson Reverse Flying V



2015-07-06 15:29:14

From a practicality point of view the Gibson Flying V's design doesn't make a whole lot of sense, even if it does offer almost entirely hindrance free access to the top end of the fret board. In a strange way, the Reverse Flying V actually makes a little more sense from a comfort point of view- I would imagine a regular V slips all over the place, but this body (which should have been called the 'Flying A') wouldn't. This unusual 2007 Gibson is heading to auction at Gardiner Houlgate in December where it's expected to make £500-800, in itself a bit of a bargain price for a Gibson.
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