EPIPHONE Releases Brent Hinds Signature Flying V With Hilarious Unboxing video

Anytime Brent Hinds has his shirt off, you know it’s a party.

In this hilarious video, Brent gets his brand new signature Epiphone Flying V in the mail, and opens it like a kid on Christmas (or like a farmer birthing a calf).

Features of the guitar include: a Mahogany neck with a 24.75″ scale length and a “1958” rounded profile and is hand-set and glued in. The Ebony fingerboard has a 12″ radius with Pearloid “Block” inlays and 22 medium jumbo frets. The classic “V” headstock has Pearloid “Split Diamonds” with the now-famous 60s era Epiphone logo. On the back of the headstock is Epiphone’s “2016” Limited Edition symbol and Brent Hinds’ signature “Skull” logo. The body has 7-layer binding of alternating Pure White and Black while the Headstock and the pickguard have 5-layer Pure White and Black. The truss rod cover has the Gibson/Epiphone Bell-Shape with 2-layer (Black/White) binding and “Brent Hinds” in white.

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