Dave Mustaine is the legendary guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, and founder of the multi-platinum selling and Grammy Award-winning band, MEGADETH. His new Gibson Dave Mustaine Flying V EXP Artist model delivers the powerful, heavy sound and exceptional playing performance that he demands. The 25.5” scale mahogany neck has an ebony fretboard with a compound fretboard radius, 24 medium jumbo frets, mother of pearl “teeth” inlays, an Explorer-style headstock with Grover Mini Rotomatic tuners with Kidney buttons, and a Graph Tech nut. The mahogany Flying V-style body is equipped with a Tune-O-Matic bridge, a Stop Bar tailpiece, and a Dave Mustaine signature Seymour Duncan Thrash Factor pickup set. 

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Brand
Model
  • Dave Mustaine Signature "Rust in Peace" Flying V EXP
Finish
  • Silver Metallic
Categories
Year
  • 2024
Made in
  • United States
Body shape
  • V-style
Body material
  • Mahogany
Neck construction
  • Set-neck
Colour Family
  • Silver
Right/left-handed
  • Right-Handed
Model sub-family
Number of strings
  • 6-string
Neck material
  • Mahogany
Offset body
  • No
Finish style
  • Gloss
Body type
  • Solid body
Artist
  • Dave Mustaine
Bridge/tailpiece type
  • Stop-bar
Pickup configuration
  • HH
Series
Fretboard material
  • Ebony
Model family
Scale length
  • 25.5"
Number of frets
  • 24

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London, United Kingdom
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