#2
there's a high chance the body isn't epiphone. just a rhoads copy body fitted with an epiphone neck
#3
Indeed it is. Epiphone have never manufactured a guitar with the V-2 body shape.
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#4
Quote by jimithrash
there's a high chance the body isn't epiphone. just a rhoads copy body fitted with an epiphone neck

This
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#5
Quote by jimithrash
there's a high chance the body isn't epiphone. just a rhoads copy body fitted with an epiphone neck
Wrong!
Quote by MrFlibble
Indeed it is. Epiphone have never manufactured a guitar with the V-2 body shape.
Wrong!

Yes they have!

AARONNNN, it's the Epiphone Demon Flying V.

http://reviews.harmony-central.com/reviews/Guitar/product/Epiphone/Demon+Flying+V/10/1


http://www.guitar-museum.com/guitar-5160-EPIPHONE-DEMON-FLYING-V-ELECTRIC-GUITAR

http://www.sevenstring.org/forum/standard-guitars/63160-epiphone-demon-v.html

Kinda rare but still shows up occasionally. You're welcome.

#6
Quote by Ippon


Yeah, they had one of those at my local shop. It's a POS but its real.
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#9
idk, looks like some kinda epi. flying v... idk...
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#10
there is only one good v guitar
The Jackson RR series

you probbably cant play it cos its a left handed guitar (by the looks of it)
#11
Quote by satcre3
there is only one good v guitar
The Jackson RR series

you probbably cant play it cos its a left handed guitar (by the looks of it)


in your opinion

The ESP LTD laiho V's arent all that bad. And regular gibby v's are good. Doesnt Epi make like an older looking flying v?
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#12
yeah IMO they sit better in your lap becuase one point of the v is longer than the other
and also cos matt tuck plays one (:
#13
Quote by satcre3
there is only one good v guitar
The Jackson RR series

you probbably cant play it cos its a left handed guitar (by the looks of it)

By the looks of it, his other guitar is left handed as well, so i'm gonna guess that he's left-handed...
#17
Quote by toyboxmonster
Wow. Looks really... weird. In a cool sort of way. How old is that thing?


he said he got it six years ago. and its a lefty....
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#18
thanks alot for the help guys :]

and actually they're both right handys, i took the picture with a macbook so they're flipped
#19
That's an Epiphone Demon V-FX. only 200 made.
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#20
LP_Guitarist05
Hi..hoping you might know what model I have. I got it in spring/summer 1994 and can't find any numbers on it..I took some pics and u/l'd the to my photobucket here: http://s1076.photobucket.com/user/CyRanger/library/
If you or anyone can help me out I would greatly appreciate it. From what I've found it seems the "Demon V" was manufactured from 2001-2002 so it can't be that I guess..I have read somewhere that there is a likeness between this model and an earlier style but it didn't quite a model number...thanks a bunch in advance!