It is a commonly understood fact that the tone of any guitar comes from the wood used for both the neck and the body. It’s a combination of the wood and the pickups that make a guitar stand out from the other. Now with the V-Guitar, and don’t confuse it with Gibson’s famous Flying V, their guitar seems to be missing what you like to call it, the body. Instead, it features an obscure design that I highly doubt will be of any use in terms of the sound quality the guitar will produce. It’s a great guitar to go on to the wall of a pub playing rock ‘n roll, but all guitar players here would agree that getting a high-end Ibanez will definitely be a better option instead of paying $9,100 for this guitar.