Gibson Firebird Studio Reverse '70s Tribute - Satin Vintage Sunburst No Longer Available

Solidbody Electric Guitar with Mahogany Body, Maple Neck, Baked Maple Fingerboard, Two Mini-humbucking Pickups, and Gig Bag - Satin Vintage Sunburst
Item ID: DF70SVCH

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Classic Firebird Style and Tone!

Looking for a guitar that is a little out of the ordinary? Then you need the Gibson Firebird Studio Reverse '70s Tribute. Originally inspired by the automobiles of the '60s, the Firebird has a cool and unique shape that is instantly recognizable. The Gibson Firebird Studio Reverse '70s Tribute features a mahogany body and maple neck for great sustain and detailed tone. Alnico V Mini Humbuckers give you a punchy, powerful sound perfect for any style of music. An ultra-comfortable SlimTaper neck will have you playing like never before. Grab a whole new vibe with the Gibson Firebird Studio Reverse '70s Tribute!

Gibson Firebird Studio Reverse '70s Tribute Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:
  • The Firebird legacy
  • Gibson's redesigned Mini Humbuckers deliver broad and balanced tone
  • SlimTaper neck feels great and provides exceptional playability
The Firebird legacy

Created by legendary automotive designer (and visionary) Ray Dietrich, the original 1963 Gibson Firebird literally reversed conventional concepts for guitar bodies and headstocks. You can bet heads turned when any guitar player took to the stage with one of these unusual instruments strapped on. Players like Eric Clapton, Johnny Winter, and Phil Manzanera (Roxy Music) found their combination of looks and sound to be perfect for their needs.

Gibson's redesigned Mini Humbuckers deliver broad and balanced tone

When Gibson reinvented their Mini Humbuckers, they gave guitars such as the Gibson Firebird Studio Reverse '70s Tribute a wider and more expressive range of tone. Dual steel blades and single Alnico V magnets provide you with more output then Gibson's previous Mini Humbucker design, and yet they still give the Firebird Studio the vintage chime and open sound you want. And thanks to their calibrated windings, you'll be blown away by how well the Mini Humbucker bridge and neck pickups complement one another. You'll get both excellent rhythm and lead tones from your Gibson Firebird Studio Reverse '70s Tribute!

SlimTaper neck feels great and provides exceptional playability

The Gibson Firebird Studio Reverse '70s Tribute sports a comfortable, fast-action neck with a '60s SlimTaper profile. Early Gibson guitars had huge, bulky necks. By 1960, Gibson had gradually carved down this profile into what became their SlimTaper neck. As your fingers moved down this neck, the precisely controlled width-to-thickness ratio of the Firebird Studio's SlimTaper neck provides you with a consistent, fast, and comfortable feel. It's no wonder many life-long guitar players consider the SlimTaper Gibson's finest neck.

Gibson Firebird Studio Reverse '70s Tribute Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:
  • Classic Firebird design with updated Mini Humbucker pickups
  • Mahogany body and maple neck from detailed tone and long sustain
  • Comfortable SlimTaper neck shape for hours of comfortable playing
  • Gibson quality build and design
Add a classic and iconic guitar to your collection with the affordable Gibson Firebird Studio Reverse '70s Tribute!

Tech Specs

Manufacturer Part Number DF70SVCH1

Customer Reviews

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See also: Solidbody Guitars, Gibson, Gibson Solidbody Guitars