Gibson Corvus II



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Description Gibson Corvus II

Note that the upscale version of Corvus called "Futura" in 1980s (not to be confused with a prototype of Explore in 1957), was designed with more expensive spec; such like a setted neck instead of bolt on neck, block inlays on finger board instead of dotted marker, metal covered standard humbuckers instead of plastic covers, etc. [1]


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Date 6 October 2007(2007-10-06)
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