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V/XPL/FB Shaped Guitar from Gibson belonging to the Flying V series.

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  • mc_nipmc_nip

    Gibson Flying V Zebra PatentPublished on 03/21/06 at 09:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - 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
    mahogany neck,
    Rosewood fingerboard with 22 frets pearl dot inlay,
    3 per side tuners,
    Chrome hardware
    Peghead logo decal,

    Specificity:
    Exposed 2 "Zebra T-Patent Buckers" coil humbucker pickups,
    adustable on white po…
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    - 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
    mahogany neck,
    Rosewood fingerboard with 22 frets pearl dot inlay,
    3 per side tuners,
    Chrome hardware
    Peghead logo decal,

    Specificity:
    Exposed 2 "Zebra T-Patent Buckers" coil humbucker pickups,
    adustable on white poles and coils "order white / black black / white" RARE
    http://www.flying-v.ch/pickups/pickups.html
    http://www.provide.net/% 7Ecfh/paf.html ( http://www.provide.net/%7Ecfh/paf.html )

    2 volume / 1 tone controls,
    3 position switch.
    Available in Black, Natural, Tobacco Sunburst and White

    UTILIZATION

    - 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!

    SOUNDS

    - Appropriate are your style of music?
    Personal gibson should any one from the time the microphones are
    the Patent!
    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.

    otherwise, the classic JMP1 Marshall, Brunetti Power Amp (silver bullet) for example
    and a multi-effect of Multivalve rocktron

    - 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

    OVERALL OPINION

    - 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?
    Its look!
    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? ...
    Eyes closed!
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