If you've been following this blog you know that I love Gibson's green finishes! Check out this blast from the recent past! It's a beaut!
2004 Gibson Custom '59 Korina 59 Flying V Green
Gibson Historic 1959 Korina Flying V. Made of a pale African wood called korina (initially used only on the Consolette and Skylark steel guitars) which was, despite its rarity, a very durable wood. The Korina Flying V began shipping in the spring of 1958.
Body: Solid korina
Bridge Style: ABR-1/String-through body
Neck Construction: 1-piece korina
Neck Profile: Rounded
Pickups: '57 Classic humbuckers
Weight: 6.25 lbs.
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