Gibson 1981 HERITAGE Korina Flying V

$ 12980.46

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Product Details
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Rare Heritage Korina V still attracts numerous guitarists.

The Heritage Korina V is a reissue of the original Korina V, of which only 98 were produced in 1958.In the early years of this model, in addition to Natural, there was also Candy Apple Red. Like the original, it is made of Korina wood, which is said to be close to the sound of mahogany, but with a finer and lighter tube, the Korina has a wider range of sound with sweetness in the midrange and clear highs. The Corinna V is a rare wood, also known as African limba wood, which is very hard to find nowadays. The model is also known for being used by TAK MATSUMOTO, guitarist of the Japanese monster rock band B’z. It has been reissued several times, and most of the reissued models are sold at a high price. The first reissue model of such a model in the early days, which has become very rare in the market in recent years. The first reissue models are now very rare on the market, and once you play them through an amplifier, they prove to be a gem with a charm that overflows. You’ll feel, “I’ve seen this on stage so many times, it sounds convincing.”

[SPEC]
Body: korina
Neck: korina
Fingerboard: Rosewood
P.U: EnglishVing Numbered
Weight: 3.07kg
Nutwideth: 43.7mm
24 3/4 ‘Medium Scale Neck
W/Original Hardcase
* Overlacquer on the other than the body top
* Neck joint repair

* A 5 -year adjustment guarantee for firm adjustment at our shop
* Please feel free to contact the staff for the product details.

Matsui in charge
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