Gibson Reverse Explorer Guitar

Gibson Reverse Explorer Guitar

Coming back with the Guitar of the Month series by Gibson the last one, and the one that corresponds to the September month, is the Gibson Reverse Explorer Guitar which main idea is the same that was under the Reverse Flying V, that some said that was one of the ugliest guitars on the world, although in this case if you are not used to Explorer models you may not notice the difference.

The specifications of the Gibson Reverse Explorer Guitar are mahogany body and neck, hybrid profile (blending standard '50s rounded contour and '60s slim-taper profile characteristics), rosewood fingerboard, 22 frets, 24.75″ scale length, Tune-o-matic bridge, stopbar tailpiece, '57 Classic (neck) and '57 Classic Plus (bridge) humbucker pickups, 3-way pickup switch and 2 volume and 1 tone controls.

This model includes a carbon fiber pickguard and a hardshell case, it is available only in antique walnut finish and its production run is limited to 1,000 units. The Gibson Reverse Explorer Guitar is now available and its price is $2,000.

3 thoughts on “Gibson Reverse Explorer Guitar”

  1. Oh thats just horrible, why mess with one of the best guitar designs ever?! And what the hell is going on with the headstock?!

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