1992 Flying V '67 | Well Worn and Plays Fantastic, OHSC

Gibson

Regular price $1,199.00

Here is a 1992 Gibson USA Flying V '67 that plays absolutely fantastic.  I've been skeptical of the Good Wood Era mythos... the last 5 early 90s Gibsons have made me a believer. 

The neck is straight and the truss rod functions properly.  The frets have been leveled/crowned/polished.  The action is low and comfortable.  No buzzing; no fretting out on bends.

The electronics were replaced 4-5 years ago by the CTS 550K Potentiometer date codes of the 48th week of 2016.  The pickups are modern Gibson pickups when the embossed logo on the baseplate.  The meter at just 7.9 kΩ and 14.8 kΩ which leans towards a 490R for the neck and 498T in the bridge.  Electronic work was meticulously done in a very neat and organized fashion.

This guitar has been played and it shows.  Plenty of dings/chips/scratches all over the body/neck/headstock.  Nothing that would be considered excessive in terms of a well played guitar.  There is some of the infamous "Guitar Stand Burn" visible on the back of the neck and the inside of the "V".  All imperfections have been clearly pictured as best as possible.

Comes complete with the original Brown/Pink Hard Case.  The case itself is very clean and shows minimal wear and is odor free.  The shroud has been removed as well as the latch for the combo lock.  The latch loop is broken but is included if a future repair is desired.  The latches do show surface corrosion but are fully functional without issue. 

It would be tough to ask for a better playing/sounding 90s Flying V in the price range.