Gibson Tribal V (USA 2009 Limited Run Series)

Gibson  Tribal V  Guitar

Classic Flying V Format
Since its introduction in 1958, the Flying V has been the ultimate symbol of rock rebellion.

The Tribal V takes the classic Flying V format to the next level, delivering an instrument honed for the contemporary player with all the time-honored features of the original.

On the new Tribal V, however, the body is also set in a Satin White finish with a distinct Tribal art pattern design to accent the guitar’s electronics and traditional lines, making it one of the most eye-catching Vs Gibson USA has ever produced.

Its mahogany body and neck are dressed in a custom white finish. The body and headstock is then decorated with this Limited Run model’s exclusive Tribal pattern art design, which give the Tribal V the perfect look and feel of personal expression and individuality.

Tribal V updates iconic lines with a sizzling new power train designed to offer the muscle and versatility demanded by the 21st century rocker. A pair of Gibson’s own uncovered ceramic-magnet humbucking pickups — a 496R in the neck and a 500T in the bridge — maximize output and sustain while retaining clarity and string definition.

To top it all off, the Tribal V ups the ante on shred action with a factory mounted Kahler Tremolo system. Whether you’re a player seeking a soaring professional rock instrument or a collector in search of that ultimate trophy piece, the Tribal V fits the bill.

Specs
Hardware
Plating Finish: Black Chrome
Bridge: Kahler Tremelo Bridge System
Tuners: Locking Grover Kidney

Neck
Species: Mahogany
Nut: Black Graphite
Nut Width: Standard Gibson: 1.695″ +/- .050″
Silkscreen: Special Tribal Design
Truss Rod: Gibson Adjustable Truss Rod
Truss Rod Cover: Flying V cover, stamped with Gibson Logo

Fingerboard
Fingerboard Species: Ebony
Inlays: Acrylic dot
Number of Frets: 22
Scale Length: 24 – 3/4″

Estimate Price: $3,608

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