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    2003 Gibson Voodoo Flying V Trans-Black Solid Body Electric Guitar, Serial # 01643414.
    Gibson Voodoo Flying V in excellent condition. This guitar features a red voodoo skull at the 5th fret. There is a felt pad where a players arm would rest. The finish is ebony with a red stain that catches in the grooves for a black cherry look. Guitar stand marks are present. Missing one screw from the truss rod cover. There is finish loss on the back and on the treble side back edge. The neck strap button has been moved slightly and there are scuffs in that area/the heel. Minor dings and scratches are present. The Gibson USA case is a faux dark red/purple snake skin hard case. 6.6lbs. Original Hard case included. Condition: Very Good.
    From Fester's Lesters & Strats Collection.


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2019
    17th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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