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Discussion in 'General Music Discussion' started by Bdtunn, Dec 25, 2020.
This would make 2021 worse than 2020 already...
Seriously. Although they're all made in Indonesia by Cort now, I believe.
Well, it *would* be full circle.
I actually like the roundhorn V with the Explorer headstock. Too bad it will be 5K.
Same. Which is why I keep hoping they do an Epi.
...so... are we there yet?...
Countdown to deception for today.....
That Flying V looks very cool actually
I like the rounded V a lot. Might get one at some point in the future.
I will pre-order one once they are available, cant wait
That Gibson is pretty classy, I likey
also looks like she’s back to passives again
Man there is something about seeing the stars you watched as a kid growing old.
Everyone is adding 10-15 years with their military contractor/hipster/covid beards too.
That’s a LOT of heel for a V. For my preferences that is. His sig has always been like that though. He’s nothing if not consistent with his designs. That silver Kramer could be fun if I find one in stores to try. But it’s immediately up against similar import Jacksons so I hope it holds its own.
So used to the kahler on the quicksilver V or something identical visually that i still cant bear that V plate....
Hmmm, not sure we are looking at the final products here though. They mentioned that the acoustic is a proto and didn't say a word about the Vs.
What's interesting is what's sitting in Dave's cabinet in the background, L to R:
1. Gibson Explorer in natural or korina finish
2. Flying V with 3+3 headstock in natural or korina finish
3. (Another Kramer KV in silver)
4. (Another Flying V with 6 in line headstock)
5. Flying V with white 3+3 headstock
6. (Another acoustic)
Is it me, or does the Gibson rounded v look like a 24.75” scale?
My kingdom for a 1960DM
I like all I've seen so far and as a former owner of a DV8 (that I've regretted selling for years!) I've high hopes for the Kramer model but I'm curious as to where Epiphone fit in with things as it seems like Kramer are doing a riff on his Jackson/ESP sigs and Gibson are going in a more classic/Y2KV type direction.