Gibson Flying V is back for a revised second edition. Larry Meiners wrote and published the first edition in 2001; now author Zachary R. Fjestad, author of the Blue Book of Guitars series has both revised and added all-new information. Expanded to 104 pages, features include the history of the Flying V, detailed descriptions of all Gibson and Epiphone Flying Vs produced through 2007, an exclusive eight-page color section of Flying Vs, new chapters on Epiphone and other Flying V copies, and more than 40 pages of Flying V specifications and identifying tools!One of the most notable changes was the neck volute - a protrusion at the base of the headstock designed to build strength between ... for the headstock to break off completely (several Gibson guitars from this era have had broken headstocks and the repair is often visible). ... The demand may have been there for Flying Vs, but with sales of more than 350 Les Paul guitars each month, why even botheranbsp;...
|Title||:||Gibson Flying V|
|Author||:||Zachary R. Fjestad, Larry Meiners|
|Publisher||:||Alfred Music Publishing - 2007|