- In what country does she makes?
Factories in the United States of plants 1977 1984 Kalamazoo, Nashville (1989 days)
for example mine: N SERIES 81401062!
ime the 140 day of year 81
499 0xx: Kalamazoo (cte leve more)
5xx 999: nashville production in 1989 days
62 coins 140 coins instrument of day of the year 1981. http://www.flying-v.ch/numbers/numbers.html
- How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
V shaped alder body
Rosewood fingerboard with 22 frets pearl dot inlay,
3 per side tuners,
Peghead logo decal,
2 volume / 1 tone controls,
3 position switch.
Available in Black, Natural, Tobacco Sunburst and White
- The handle is it enjoyable?
Rosewood classic Gibson touches, my prfre
- Access in acute (dernires freight) is it easy?
Channel enjoyable and fine, easy to ACCS on these acute MODELS
- Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
Trslgre, but all Flying V are the same.
We must calibrate the guitar on his thigh and the lower block with the calf
to play sitting down, the only c ngatif compared to other models.
- Gets it easy to sound good? ...
The right sound c case of microphones! and history has given us more!
PAF, Patent N1 or N2, T-Buckers, Dirty Fingers-, 500T and 496 (I forget may be)
But with such pairs of humbuckers the sound is terrible and can be heard!
The rarer the Patent Zebra! c the purpose of this description!
The 1981 team is Zebra Patent T-Buckers Patent N2 and the sound is explosive,
harmonics and its easy and clear rev end even in the large saturation!
- Appropriate are your style of music?
Personal gibson should any one from the time the microphones are
Argneux To Air (cl it must be determined)
Crunch sound and Solo need!
- With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
Head on a Yamaha modlisation dg130ha (perfect for the studio)
Big sounds on this simulator scnes with perfect lighting.
- What kind of sound you get and with what rglages ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?
The Patent and sends a bold dynamic aprsrglage trs whatever style you play.
- What are the sounds you prfrez, you dtest?
There is nothing to throw, they are microphones that return a range sound and a perfect dynamic. Power Resistors dpend of PAF on the variables as handmade. Patent industrialiss on the rglage gnralement is 7.5 Kohm
- How long have you use it?
My 1981 with Natural Zebra Patent qq months since and I leave almost at stake
my Les Paul Custom Black 1973, I said almost because I can not help but play two (and my 3rd SG Tony Iommi signature, also killer)!
- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Natural finish, white pickguard great and famous in opencoils Zebra Patent
But the particularity of mine c this slot to the handle which was the 80 rpar ds
and gives it a charismatic old bomb avcu for 25 years now!
- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
A little while Gibson The models are passs me in hands as a collector
and Chairman of the association "MCGuitarUSA". Gibson We import demand of the United States and other lovers zicos collectors.
- How do you report qualitprix?
Compared MODELS V 67, Explorer 76, 1973 Les Paul Custom, SG Tony Iommi
and other Deluxe, 25/50, 40th and SG Custom!
Honntement, these are the pickups that do everything, because these guitars are all beauties
that do not require that be played!
The diffrence got the c of each of the shape and finish:
C Personal Black & Gold for the Les Paul Custom
Red Wine Standard, Black & Chrome SG, Firebird in Sunburst!
and in Natural Flying V
The sound, I assure you c Patent Patent Patent !!!!!!!!
the price in 2500 for the immortality of a skyscraper in 1981 in excellent state V
mine with the head rpar a hill of 1250 (half)
but the scarcity of microphones keeps the CTE of departure.
For that price the 1250 edu c the affair if it has shekel Patent!
with something else c apprciate the buyer and the seller.
and for 2500 it has the luxury of vintage!
But the c walk!
- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...