Gibson Electric Guitars

Gibson Limited Edition Melody Maker Flying V Electric Guitar with BagGibson Limited Edition Melody Maker Flying V Electric Guitar with Bag

The Gibson Limited Edition Melody Maker Flying V Electric Guitar is rock's original rebel guitar at a great price! A marriage of one of the most rebellious styles in the history of rock with the original high-quality 'student line' from Gibson, the Melody Maker Flying V offers an unbeatable package for the rocker looking to strut his or her stuff. The Melody Maker series has made available genuine Gibson guitars for any player on a budget since 1959, the Melody Maker Flying V stays true to this tradition in spades. This straight forward rocker is surprisingly versatile and is without superfluous extras that can get in the way. Gibson Melody Maker Flying V Electric Guitar Features Solid maple body for great clarity, sustain, and detailed tone Quarter-sawn mahogany set neck for strength and resonance Totally sustainable torrified maple fingerboard gives the look of rosewood with greater durability Single Seymour Duncan HB103 ceramic humbucker for versatile tone with lots of power PLEK-cut Corian nut for enhanced sustain and ultimate intonation precision Limited run of only 600 being made by Gibson The Melody Maker Flying V guitars are crafted from select tonewoods, carry a Seymour Duncan HB-103 pickup, and are built with traditional high-quality features such as a set-in neck, 24 3/4 inch scale length and 1 11/16 inch width at the nut. In short, nothing is spared in the effort to make the Gibson Melody Maker Flying V, but it comes in a format that saves you a bundle! The Melody Maker Flying V is a limited edition run with only 600 guitars being made from Gibson, so act fast if you want to get a great guitar at a fantastic price. Tonewoods Maple has a long history in electric guitar making, and is one of the strongest tonewoods used in luthiery. A body crafted from solid maple gives the Melody Maker Flying V outstanding clarity and sustain, and helps it retain sharp note definition even through a heavily cranked amp, while also allowing a thinner body than most electric guitars. The guitar's glued-in neck is crafted from solid quarter-sawn mahogany for superior strength and resonance, and carved to a superbly fast yet comfortable Melody Maker profile that measures .835 inch at the 1st fret and .930 inch at the 12th. In a contemporary departure from the norm, this neck carries a fingerboard made from torrified maple, a heat-treated form of maple that has the rich brown look of rosewood but is superior in strength and durability, and totally sustainable besides.


Gibson Les Paul Junior Electric GuitarGibson Les Paul Junior Electric Guitar

Gibson Les Paul Junior Electric Guitar; Sleek, simple and played by countless artists from all genres. The ideas for solid body electric guitars were really flowing in the mid-1950s, Gibson took advantage of this by branching out into directions to bring a wide variety of new and innovative Gibson guitars at various price points. One of these new directions was the Les Paul Junior single cutaway, promptly making it their best-selling guitar at the time. The Les Paul Jr has developed quite a bit of Street Cred thanks to its simplicity by using a single P-90 pick-up with volume and tone controls. The Junior has become a trademark guitar for many artists and legends including Leslie West, Steve Marriott, Keith Richards, Mick Ralphs, Mick Jones, Billie Joe Armstrong and Paul Westerberg. Gibson Les Paul Junior Features Gibson's Traditional Rounded Neck Profile 22-Fret Rosewood and Ebony Fingerboard Vintage-style Wraparound Tailpiece Classic Dot Inlays One-piece, Solid Mahogany Body and Set-Neck Construction Gibson's Legendary P-90 Pickup Angled Headstock Adjustable Truss Rod Nickel and Silver Alloy Fret Wire Nitrocellulose Finish The Gibson Logo Gibson's Traditional Rounded Neck Profile No guitar neck profiles are more distinguishable than the neck profiles employed on the Gibson models of today. The rounded neck profile on the Les Paul Junior emulates the neck profiles most commonly found on Gibson's iconic Les Paul models of the late '50s. As with all Gibson necks, it is machined in Gibson's rough mill using wood shapers to make the initial cuts. Once the rosewood fingerboard gets glued on, the rest including the final sanding is done by hand. That means there are no two necks with the exact same dimensions. So while it still has the basic characteristics of the rounded neck profile, each neck will be slightly different, with a distinct but traditional feel. 22-Fret Rosewood and Ebony Fingerboard Ebony and rosewood has always graced the fingerboards of the world's finest stringed instruments, including many of today's Gibsons. The fingerboards on the Les Paul Juniors are constructed from the highest grade ebony and rosewood on the planet, and are personally inspected and qualified by Gibson's team of skilled wood experts before it enters the factories. The resilience of these dense and durable woods make the fingerboards extremely balanced and stable, giving each chord and note unparalleled clarity and bite. The 12-inch radius of the fingerboard provides smooth note bending capabilities and eliminates dead or choked out notes, common occurrences on fingerboards with lesser radiuses. Rosewood fingerboards are available with the Satin Vintage Burst and Satin Cherry finishes, and ebony fingerboards are available with the Satin White finish.


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