Firebird VII

Performance, playability and styling are the hallmarks of the Firebird VII. When first introduced in 1965, the Firebird VII was celebrated for its natural feel, fast action and wide range of tone. With its nine-ply Mahogany and Walnut neck-thru-body design, the six-in-a-line banjo style machine heads and the adjustable ABR bridge and stopbar tailpiece, this guitar became the rage. The new Firebird VII also features vintage replicas of Gibson's high-output mini-humbucker producing bright and focused output, while retaining the famous Gibson humbucker performance. The ebony fingerboard and Lyre vibrola add to it's expressive range. Available in Cherry and Vintage Sunburst. Also available with all mahogany bodies in Blue Metallic, Copper Metallic and Red Metallic

  • Body : Cherry and Vintage Sunburst finishes with Nine-ply Mahogany and Walnut neck-through-body with Mahogany wings; Metallic finishes with all Mahogany neck and body
  • Fingerboard/Inlay : Ebony /Pearl block inlays
  • Scale/Nut Width : 243/4"/111/16"
  • Binding : Single-ply fingerboard
  • Bridge/Tailpiece : ABR/Stop bar
  • Hardware : Chrome Lyre Vibrola on Blue Mist, Copper and Vintage Sunburst or Gold Lyre Vibrola on Cherry and Red Metallic
  • Pickups : Three high-output ceramic mini-humbuckers
  • Controls : Two volume, two tone, three-way switch
  • Strings : Brite Wires .010-.046

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