#1
I am thinking of getting a pure white flying v. Mostly for playing songs like acdc and metallica. What kind should i go with?
#2
any flying V is great, aslong as it has a Floyd Rose...
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any flying V is great, aslong as it has a Floyd Rose...



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#4
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any flying V is great, aslong as it has a Floyd Rose...

And 24 frets... Too bad Jackson RR's don't have those specs D=

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And 24 frets... Too bad Jackson RR's don't have those specs D=

Get a Jackson Phil Demmell signature model and just tune it up to E =D (They're sexy)



You know what your talking about when it comes to Flying V's !
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#8
Agile Reaper comes in white. Has EMGs though, so you might not be all too thrilled about it.
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#9
I didn't see a budget but I'd go with a Jackson RR3 regardless of the number of frets it has. They're just the best looking Vs by a long way
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#10
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I didn't see a budget but I'd go with a Jackson RR3 regardless of the number of frets it has. They're just the best looking Vs by a long way


Right on. Except for the pickguard and lack of binding, I don't see any reason why you wouldn't get a RR3.