Epiphone Goth '58 Flying V
Epiphone Goth '58 Flying V

Goth '58 Flying V, V/XPL/FB Shaped Guitar from Epiphone in the Flying V series.

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surbook 09/07/2003

Epiphone Goth '58 Flying V : surbook's user review


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Guitar made in Korea.
22 frets, 2 humbuckers humbruckers.
2 MODELS therefore, one quip of Floyd, the other not.
1 potentiomtre rgler to the volume of each microphone, a troisime rglant clarity (?).
Body and mahogany neck, finished in matt black gothic.


Nothing spcial add further notice from the ...
Channel enjoyable, trslgre! (Well the one I compare Les Paul)
- For cons I can find no way that the lack of buttons is a default! The handle is more beautiful as well, and I think those Submitted on top of the handle is enough for most guitarists play. Eh gentlemen? (Unless it is because we are stingy?)
- It is true, however, is not it great balance miss, and this can interfere ... Like the large size of the guitar! Attention to the walls, it can happen quickly it runs everywhere!
- Because of its shape, acute Access in all there are over ais ...


Okay so I play metal and rock with it. I tried a few but the Blues are too shrill treble pickups pass the 12th fret.
Apart from this default, the sound is correct trs, especially distortion! The shape and finish, I do not think you play anything other than good big disto ...
Well its sounds like dj but I intend any of the same to replace them with EMG, it is "less" but the versatile it will spit fire!


We are husbands .... Uh .... I've had fvrier last, and she did not! Apart from the replacement of microphones quality issue detracting And is not it wonderful that guitar?
I have also not tried many other guitars before it, is a favorite that I bought .... It would have been easy to regret but not .. It is my favorite!
Well well adpend sr what you play but qualitprix issue, say nothing, for 540 euros with Floyd I'm not and yes, I would do this choice! With a change of pickups it worth the Chres more guitars!