Epiphone Korina Flying V

Electric 6-String Guitar

Made by Epiphone

Description Features Korina body, 24-3/4 scale maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, two humbuckers, with two volumes, one tone knob, and 3-way switch.
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On 4/11/2003, Devin Clark (54) posted:
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I bought this off a friend because he needed cash. I restrung it lefty and play it live from time to time. I probably wouldnt replace it just because i have 4 other guitars. The body of the V shape can be a b*tch to play sitting down, but i like the freedom of the neck, the body doesnt stop you from reaching the 22nd fret.
Model Year: 2001
Price: $300.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Friend
Features:
I believe it was made in Asia. Its a standard 6 string, 22 fret guitar. It has 2 brass humbuckers and the 3 controls are one volume control for each pickup, and one tone control. Its a fixed bridge and a V body, hence the Flying V.
Playability:
Its a great rock guitar, rock style. Lenny Kravitz style, Richie Sambora style.
Sound Quality:
Sometimes i get a hum from the amp with the volume of gain up. Again, good for rock. Great for the stage, especially for the look.
Durability:
One problem, Gibson brand tuners are notorious for losing grip and going out of tune. Its a bit of a problem, but nothing i couldnt get over.