Gibson Firebird VII
Gibson Firebird VII

Firebird VII, V/XPL/FB Shaped Guitar from Gibson in the Firebird series.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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aurel marc10/12/2008

aurel marc's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Gibson Firebird VII
Made in USA
22 boxes 60 Slim Taper Profile (BNE)
3 micro mini humbucking Gibson cramique
Bridge Tun-O-Matic / Lyre tailpiece Vibrolance
2 volume / 2 tone / 3 positions slecteur
9 Mahogany neck-spices-Walnut
Inline type Mcaniques Banjo


The handle is broad but enjoyable trs.
Access in acute is simply sublime
dsquilibre forward when one is standing, but frankly the right wing can put his elbow and the rquilibrer bte. ta ta! otherwise it has to face. we like it or not but at least it's clear all the time.The Thurs right hand is ultra enjoyable.
the sound is really beautiful from a les paul and a tlcater: tl of the lens with ultra cot burn a little dirty for "les paul" roughly "the jewel".
on the other hand to transport the box by hand must be a minimum lumberjack pain of tendonitis of the wrist shot STRID 9 / 10 sailing.


It is suitable for the rock / pop / blues / funk / progressive. against by the metal is zero-and fortunately for his look will be 60 damage.

I play prog / pop / stoner wholesale lot of styles and is the only one that fully corresponded to the sought-


I use it for two days before I had tried a firebird V and I flash.
the VII has even more characters I think I cracked the coup.
This guitar is simply amazing due to its look, its sound its ease of play and its incredible weight to box.
I would do this choice!
Red Firebird07/18/2003

Red Firebird's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Gibson Firebird VII
Well, first mine is a 90-V, but ...
22 frets, 2 humbuckers mini microphones
tune o matic
Volume Tone for each pickup, a 3-position toggle


Channel pais a little, quite 60s, comfortable trs
as the belt is attached derrire the handle and the profile takes the guitar to the left, the ACCS is incredible to acute
the toggle on the lower horn is very practical, it can be easily attacked from the left hand
it's a bit heavy, APRS 2:00
with a good amp, you get a good sound quickly trs if you love the sound Gibson


Everything is perfect
Orange OR80 on one with a TS9 into overdrive
sounds can range from bright (but not skinny or crystalline) in fat (but not heavy)
I like everything


8 years
most: the look that matches well the trs
the less the weight
Yes, especially the Les Paul
I got a good deal, the price quality ratio is an instrument of US great brand, a bit too expensive nine