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Epiphone Elitist Tak Matsumoto Signature Les Paul
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Top-o'-the-line features include abalone fretboard inlays and an eye-popping bookmatched quilted-maple top with a unique faded cherry sunburst plus f...Click To Read More About This Product
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Based on the LP played by Japan's hottest rock guitarist — string man for the supergroup B'z.
Top-o'-the-line features include abalone fretboard inlays and an eye-popping bookmatched quilted-maple top with a unique faded cherry sunburst plus faded cherry back and sides. Gibson USA-made BurstBucker zebra open pickups churn out amazing chunk and sustain like the ones on the original sunburst LPs of 1958-'60. Mahogany back and set neck.
- Bookmatched quilted maple top
- Bookmatched mahogany back
- One-piece mahogany set neck
- Unique Takburst faded cherry sunburst
- Rosewood fretboard with abalone inlays
- Gotoh tuners with green keys
- 1-11/16" bone nut
- 24-3/4" scale
- 50SR USA open-coil BurstBucker at the neck
- 60ST USA open-coil BurstBucker at the bridge
- Independent volume and tone controls
- 3-way pickup selector
- Nickel hardware
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Tak has been making American players look like chumps for the past 20 years, and it is about time that he received a signature model. This is actually based on his 2nd signature model, the TakBurst. The first one was a Ferrari Yellow Les Paul with stock Burstbuckers. If you want to hear the tone, check out B'z Live in Yokohama (1999).The second one is the guitar this based on. The Burstbuckers have been specifically voiced by Tak himself. The tone is biting, yet clear.The third signature released in September is a slanted DC with the voice humbuckers, and is a TigerBurst.All of these guitars sell for at least $6000 US if you could import them, so this Epiphone Elitist is about as good as you can get stateside. Maunfactured in the Gibson Japanese Elitist Shop, you can't go wrong, it will be as close to the original as possible. BUY THIS GUITAR!