#1
I thought that the flying V wood b a bit tricky but in fact its a marvel to play


Im going to choose a guitar soon and was wondering if there was a better manufacturer of flying V guitars??
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#3
the dean razorback v looks awesome go for it!


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#4
jackson
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#5
gibson
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#7
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the dean razorback v looks awesome go for it!



they are worse than epi V's. stay away
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#8
gibson did it first, so i suppose they have the most traditional settings there...good for 1979 blues, rock and roll, and stuff like that. bad thing is gibson is unaffordable for most people...so i think epi would be my choice

qualitywise i think i'd go for the dean..not sure of the sound though.
#9
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gibson did it first, so i suppose they have the most traditional settings there...good for 1979 blues, rock and roll, and stuff like that. bad thing is gibson is unaffordable for most people...so i think epi would be my choice

qualitywise i think i'd go for the dean..not sure of the sound though.


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#10
im looking into a dean V, are they any good?? as a second guitasr this is
Gibson SG (Heavily modded)
Fender USA Strat
Hohner 12 String-uber rare

Fender Silverface Twin

EHX Big Muff
Digitech badmonkey overdrive
Boss DS-1
Blackstar Distortion X
Dunlop Crybaby
Ibanez Delay
Digitech Whammy