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my main got it used my red v with the big guard old gibbo pickups covered burstbucker 3 (bridge) and 2 (neck) i added a short lyre vibrato tailpiece and a cable tie behind the nut to pull the strings it to the nut and tape on the neck pickup for no string catch ehich has never happened becasue its a covered pickup but im fearfull because i'm gigging with this
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This guitar isn't practical at all, but if you are considering buying one, practicality probably isn't the first thing on your mind to begin with. Everything about this guitar is just fun. It has a great feel to it, and the action is easily adjustable to all playing styles. The standard humbuckers that came with it are pretty decent, but I installed EMGs in it because they have a nice versatile sound to them, and can handle pretty much any style you throw at them.
1998 Gibson Flying V
I'm the 2nd owner of this 1998 Gibson Flying V. I bought it off an old bass player when I was playing in a pop punk band. Everything is stock, and it's a ripper! I used it with the pop punk band, my thrash metal band, as well as my indie band. Dirty tones are best, as the pups are pretty high output. The cleans are pretty unremarkable, even through something decent, like a twin. A solid rock guitar.