This is a 2011 Gibson ’67 Flying V, short Maestro Vibrola, Historic/Custom Shop model, Antique Natural finish, Mahogany body/neck, rosewood fingerboard, chrome hardware, Gibson Deluxe (Kluson-style) tuners, reflector cap knobs, pickups are BB#2/neck and BB#3/bridge. Has a nice medium Neck profile – .85/1st fret, .99/12th fret. The V has a nice light weight at around 7 lbs.
This guitar is unplayed and in Near Mint condition, with just a handful of tiny dings on the back, some very light aging on the chrome tailpiece. Has one added strap knob on the bottom horn. It looks like a new guitar – this is the last Gibson guitar from a collection of unplayed modern era high-end Gibsons. The V was purchased in 2011 from Max Guitars in The Netherlands.
The guitar was just inspected and set-up perfectly with new D’Addario XL110 10-46s by Scott Freilich of Top Shelf Music.
Includes COA, OHSC, and all tags/paperwork/accessories which came with the guitar when new.