#1
after "binging" for a while i found a few link's to ibanez flying v's from the 90s and 00s and people playing them and wirting reviews and stuff. it seemed like the perfect guitar for me. problem is- didnt ibanez stop making flying v's like 20 years ago? i checked ibanez.com and musician's friend and they didn't have any ibanez v's....

can someone clear this up?thx
#3
They did. But just because someone stops making a guitar doesn't mean all the guitars in existance would automatically be destroied as well. They might have written the review in the 90s or the 00s, but most likely all the guitars were from the 80s.
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#4
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Gibson still makes Flying V s. Problem solved.

agreed
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#5
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Gibson still makes Flying V s. Problem solved.

so does epiphone, esp, jackson, and washburn, but thats not the point...
#6
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so does epiphone, esp, jackson, and washburn, but thats not the point...


So what is the point of your thread....
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#7
gibson flying v's are not the same as the ibanez.just because they have the same shape does not mean they sound the same or feel the same etc....

TS try looking on ebay for one


edit:http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-Ibanez-Flying-V-Lawsuit-Guitar_W0QQitemZ320407815795QQcmdZViewItemQQimsxZ20090804?IMSfp=TL090804166004r26738
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