Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Goosio, Jul 11, 2018.
That's a Corvus. A Corvus II, to be specific.
Yup, Corvus. Specifically, that's a Corvus II, two hummers, V/T controls.
Affectionately known as the "can opener".
The name actually means "crow", it's supposed to look like a flying bird.
One of Gibby's attempts at a bolt-on neck in the 80's when everyone thought pointy pink guitars would permanently displace those old fogey LP's and SG's and 335's.
Another fine product from Uranus.
I would so rock that
Is it shaped like the state of Michigan on purpose?
Might just play nice, sit right and sound great? And you would not be one of a million with a StratOlike or PaulOlike like the rest of us.
why don't the 5 million people playing a martin acoustic or one of the 50k variations on stage every night worry about stuff like this?
Doubt it's a worry, but to some it is nice to find something that works for them and not every other person have the same as well. I split the difference, common types, uncommon brands and variations.
And acoustics pretty much all look alike to non acoustic players anyhow. That was half the reason I think ovations were so prevalent in the 80s and 90s. ;-)
Point is, that's a factor on the OP guitar. Its not run of the mill so if it plays and sound good, it becomes a plus.
you don't want any part of that
They miss Kalamazoo?
It looks like yer anus.
I wonder why they went bankrupt.
I want that guitar. Scott Grove did have some videos on the Corvis. I love that guitar my self. Made in the late 70's and early 80's. I love them my self.
It's about $300, take it or leave it
Pretty sure this one is a Futura, the set neck version of the Corvus.