Wilson’s line of Ventures guitars is very popular. These relic guitars look and sound amazing, and you’ll swear you were playing a guitar from decades ago. The Wilson Ventures VM-65 is like owning a small piece of history. This is one of the most famous guitar designs ever, and it has been completely constructed from scratch to create a very different and innovative instrument. It might look like other relic guitars, but it’s got that Ventures touch that makes it different from anything else.
The VM-65 features a small C style neck and Seymour Duncan pickups. It also have a tremolo setup that is similar to Jazzmaster guitars, although it’s slightly different. The Ventures VM-65 also features zero fret and a great vintage setup that is like the VCM 2002. But don’t think that just because the VM-65 resembles two other guitars in some aspects that it’s not original—this great guitar has its own unique look, and it’s certainly not a copy of anything.
The Ventures VM-65 uses an agathis body and a rosewood fingerboard. It has 22 frets and a maple neck that is bolted on. You’ll find three controls: volume, tone, and a three way selector.
Originally posted 2009-10-29 04:05:58.