Traveling V, now on consignment. I am having Rick's Songs sell a few of my collection. He is a lot more willing and capable to handle it. You can pay with a bank card. Need even more time? Put it on layaway and pay it off over 4 payments. Any kind of inquiries he cannot respond to will certainly be forwarded to me. I am NOT a dealership. The guitar is priced well, here normal eBay rates so you can market if you have to, yet I make sure you will certainly enjoy it.

Go view it at RICK'S.
901 Caldwell Blvd. Nampa, ID 83651.(throughout from Grover's Pay & Pack).
Store hrs 10:00 am-6:30 pm Weekdays and open till 5:30 Sunday's.
* 4 7 5 - 3 9 7 5 *.

1958 Korina Traveling V Korina reissue.

When the Kalamazoo manufacturing facility revealed the Flying V as component of Gibson's Modernistic Collection in 1958, lots of had their questions approximately the success of the unusual style. The angular Traveling V really did not look like any sort of guitar on the market and it was hard to play taking a seat. Yet before long, the "V" had some significant champions like Lonnie Mack, Albert Master and Jimi Hendrix. Now, Epiphone makes back the once restricted edition tale with the 1958 Korina Flying V including gold hardware, a gold string-through body bridge, and Alnico Classic Pickups.

Epiphone '58 Korina Flying V re problem Features:.
✓ Colour: Korina (Natural).

✓ Physical body Lumber: Korina.

✓ Neck Lumber: Mahogany (Set neck).

✓ Fingerboard: Rosewood.

✓ Scale length: 24.75".

✓ Position Markers: Populate inlays.

✓ Variety of Frets: 22.

✓ Pickups: Alnico Classic Humbuckers.

✓ Controls: 2 quantity, 2 Tone.

✓ Pick-up Changing: 3-way selector.

✓ Hardware: Gold.

✓ Bridge/Tailpiece: String-thru.

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