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DIY Workshop: How to convert an Epiphone Flying V to 1950s spec (Part Two)

Our quest to convert a Joe Bonamassa ‘Amos’ Flying V to golden-era specifications concludes with a refret, a nitrocellulose respray, some sympathetic ageing and a set of genuine vintage parts.

Gibson loses Flying V trademark case in EU court

UPDATE:  Warwick boss Hans-Peter Wilfer has released a statement on the outcome of the Flying V case: “We are very pleased with this decision and I...

Dave Rude’s limited-edition Epiphone Flying V was inspired by a Tom Petty shirt

Tesla legend unveils his new signature model.
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DIY Workshop: How to convert an Epiphone Flying V to 1950s spec (Part One)

Far rarer than Les Paul Standards of the same year, few people have even seen a 1958 Gibson Flying V in the flesh, let alone played one. We take an Epiphone Joe Bonamassa signature ‘Amos’ model and see how close we can get to the Holy Grail.
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Rare Guitars: Joe Bonamassa’s Gibson Heritage Series 1981 Flying V & 1983 Explorer

Two stunning guitars from our trip to Paris late last year.

Gibson puts a new spin on the Flying V

Inspired by the ’67 original, the Modern Flying V looks as though it was plucked from the Space Age.

Vintage Bench Test: 1969 Gibson Flying V

Ted McCarty’s modernist models were ahead of their time but second time around, they proved perfect for psychedelia, glam, metal and more. Huw Price test pilots a 1969 Flying V…

Joe Bonamassa on his Amos Flying V, ’55 Black Strat and more

He also showed us a few very special extras from one of the greatest collections on Earth…
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Listen to new Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds single, This Is The Place

Shades of psych-rock and Madchester colour the new tune.

Why I Love My… Bill Wyman & The Flying Penge

The legendary Rolling Stones rhythm king on the home-made bass that he brought back from the dead to provide the bedrock of some of the Stones’ earliest recordings.
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