This version of the Flying V was introduced in 1991 as the main production Flying V. It was originally named the Flying V Reissue and then the Flying V '67 Reissue.  In 2002, Gibson also started making a cheaper version with a Faded finish.

Years of Production: 1991 - 2012

Body Style: V-shaped solidbody

Design Elements: Dual uncovered humbuckers, two volume and one tone control, tune-o-matic bridge, stopbar tailpiece

Notable Flying V Players: Marc Bolan, Jimi Hendrix, Albert King

Product Specs

  • Flying V '67
  • Alpine White
  • Cherry
  • Ebony
  • Sunburst
  • 1990 - 2002
Made In
  • United States
Body Shape
  • V-Style
Body Type
  • Solid Body
Number of Strings
  • 6 String
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed

From the Price Guide

Reviews for the Gibson Flying V '67 1990-2002
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  • Verified Purchase

    Plays Great. Only negative is the thick shiny finish. 4.5/5

  • Maybe

    Now I'm thinking. Ron do you need another guitar 😈 It's in good shape. Fits well sitting down. Sure it plays good. Yeah why not. Yes I think I do

  • Kill Em All ..

    Verified Purchase

    Ebony finger board .. Perfect for old school Metallica riffing .. \m/ \m/

  • White V

    Verified Purchase

    Hottest of the hot, plays like a dream and shreds awesome.

  • To V or not to V.....

    Verified Purchase

    ....that is the question. Some folks get these because they look cool, and others like me get them for their fantastic sound and comfort. And when you want to sit down to just noodle, the V sets perfectly through the legs. It locks right in. They are still ahead of their time and will always be my go to guitar.