An early example when Gibson reintroduced the Flying V in 1975. Mahogany Body and Neck, Two Patent Numbered pickups, Pot dates are late 1974, pre-oval sticker stamped serial number, Kluson tuners, and feather weight at 6 1/4 pounds. No cracks or crack repairs. Other then a brass nut the guitar is all original. Some small typical nicks on the lower horns and some surface belt buckle wear but overall a nice clean 1970s Flying V. Included is the original worn hardshell case.
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