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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    Didn't Gibson just lose a UK lawsuit over the Firebird design? Should be a free-for-all now.
    I think that was the Flying V.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris O View Post
    I think that was the Flying V.
    Both. The Firebird lawsuit was recent.

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    ESP seems to have been focusing more on "ESP-ifying" their copy guitars meaning they replaced the RV/SV line with the Arrow line as an example so I don't see them releasing a straight up firebird as a regular model again since they have the phoenix now instead.

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    They posted a video on their homepage that this is a 2020 only series even though it's not limited edition.

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    Also they're ranging from $1000 - $1100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kagami View Post
    ESP seems to have been focusing more on "ESP-ifying" their copy guitars meaning they replaced the RV/SV line with the Arrow line as an example so I don't see them releasing a straight up firebird as a regular model again since they have the phoenix now instead.
    But now they're making the RV/SV as the V-II, replacing the original V-II which was a really cool guitar.
    C'mon son.

    Hellevate

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    I actually really dig the Phoenix. The ones I’ve played have all been heavy and sound thick as hell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrashinbatman View Post
    But now they're making the RV/SV as the V-II, replacing the original V-II which was a really cool guitar.
    Yeah they just didn't sell well because they're pretty big and Alexi doesn't play them lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzhands View Post
    Also they're ranging from $1000 - $1100.
    dang I was thinking like 8-900

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