A 2006 Gibson Firebird in beautifully subtle metallic red and complimented with gold hardwear, the guitar is in excellent all round condition other than slight signs of aging to the gold finish. Includes hard case & case candy. This really is a very special top of the range guitar.
With its unique reversed zig-zag body design and equally distinct angled headstock, the Gibson Firebird Electric Guitar is one of the most recognizable of all guitar profiles.
First introduced in 1963, the Firebird was the brainchild of legendary automotive designer and visionary Ray Dietrich, who was enlisted by Gibson to bolster the guitar lines of the early ’60s and help solidify the company’s eminent rank among solid body electric guitar manufacturers. Dietrich’s unconventional design was based loosely on both the legendary automobile tailfins of the 1950s and the Gibson Explorer, which had been introduced several years earlier.
A comfortable hybrid neck profile and neck-thru body construction on a solid mahogany body offer increased playability and sustain. Features a ebony fingerboard with pearl block inlays, tune-o-matic bridge, Maestro tailpiece, gold hardware, and 3 high-output mini-humbucking pickups.
Excellent, completely original condition 2006 Gibson Firebird VII in Red Metallic finish.
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