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1991 Gibson USA Flying V Jimi Hendrix

LIMITED 400 PIECES

In december 1991, Gibson manufactured a limited run of 400 guitars. They were based on the "standard" reissue 67 with the addition of :
- bound fretboard
- Trini Lopez split diamond inlay (identifyable by the slightly misaligned inlay between frets 12 & 13)
- Les Paul bell type truss rod cover with "Limited Edition  xx of 400"  engraved
- Gold screened copy of Jimi's signature on the pickguard
- Inlayed pearl logo on the headstock

1995 Gibson USA Flying V Jimi Hendrix RCA promotion Edition

LIMITED 25 PIECES?

In 1995, Gibson manufactured a limited run of 25 guitars upon request from RCA for a FM radio promotion.
As the above 1991 LE, they were based on the "standard" reissue 67 and only differ from the above by the "usual" truss rod cover shape with the words "25 years"

1997 Fender U.S.A. Jimi Hendrix Stratocaster Woodoo

LIMITED 100 PIECES?

White or Black


2006 Gibson Custom Psychedelic Flying V

LIMITED 300 PIECES


2016 Fender Jimi Hendrix Stratocaster

LIMITED ??? PIECES


Jimi Hendrix's ORIGINAL Gibson Flying V's


Jimi was knows to have 3 1967 Gibson Flying V's, 2 series models the first being the psychedelic self decorated one, the second being a 1968 tobacco sunburst and the third being his left handed made especially for him by Gibson in 1969.

Serial number: unknown. 1967 Gibson Flying V, originally black. Custom psychedellic paintings done by Jimi himself. Vibrola is the flat base type. One can notice that the bridge saddles are plastic which could be found on such models. This guitar was noticably used by Jimi during his concert in Paris during his 67/68 tour.


Serial Number: 932954. Year of Manufacture: 1969. Hendrix used this guitar between January 1969 (when he gave Mick Cox his famous psychedelic V) and May 1970 ( when he bought his custom left-handed model).


Serial number: 849476. Manufactured specially for Jimi in 1969, this guitar probably left the factory in 1970. Jimi was paying this specific V during the Isle of Whight concert.

 
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