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Some may not realize this, but the 1967 Flying V is actually a reissue. Gibson first released the Flying V in 1958 along with the ES-335, Explorer and Moderne. The ES-335 was an instant success, but the Flying V would receive the recognition it deserved nearly a decade later, which prompted the reissue.

A Closer Look at the 1967 Gibson Flying V

Some may not realize this, but the 1967 Flying V is actually a reissue. Gibson first released the Flying V in 1958 along with the ES-335, Explorer and Moderne. The ES-335 was an instant success, but the Flying V would receive the recognition it deserved nearly a decade later, which prompted the reissue.

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Iconic guitars, played by legends of rock-n-roll over the course of many decades has brought a half dozen guitars to the forefront of all others...

SMG Poll: Which Vintage Guitar is Best?

Iconic guitars, played by legends of rock-n-roll over the course of many decades has brought a half dozen guitars to the forefront of all others…

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SMG Review: ESP LTD V-401 Electric Guitar

SMG Review: ESP LTD V-401 Electric Guitar

ESP LTD V-401 electric guitar In 1975, Hisatake Shibuya opened a company called Electric Sound Products (ESP) in Tokyo. It provided custom replacement parts for guitars. In 1976, ESP gained a reputation as a provider of high-quality replacement parts for guitars. At this time, ESP also began crafting guitars under the ESP and Navigator brand […]

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