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ESP 2013 Custom Shop Signature Series Gus G. NT Electric Guitar
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The ESP Gus G. Signature Series Gus G. NT model is now available in an amazing black finish. This show-stopping guitar is crafted with an alder body ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The prestigeous model gets a new finish.
The ESP Gus G. Signature Series Gus G. NT model is now available in an amazing black finish. This show-stopping guitar is crafted with an alder body using a set-thru maple neck and rosewood fingerboard. It's loaded with Seymour Duncan Gus G FIRE Blackout pickups with the BMP-1 modular preamp and on-off mini switch. Pro level hardware includes Sperzel locking tuners and TonePros locking TOM bridge. Includes case.
Gus G. hails from Greece and first received international acclaim for this guitar wizardry in power metal band Firewind. He was later noticed by heavy metal godfoather Ozzy Osborne, who recruited Gus to occupy the postition of lead guitarist. Gus continues to amaze crowds around the world with his supreme shredding with Ozzy and Firewind.
- Set-thru construction with alder body
- Maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
- Seymour Duncan Gus G FIRE Blackout pickups
- BMP-1 modular preamp, on-off mini switch
- Sperzel locking tuners
- TonePros locking tune-o-matic bridge
- Includes case
- Construction: Set-Thru-Neck
- Scale: 25.5"
- Body: Alder
- Top: Flamed Maple
- Neck: Maple
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Fingerboard Radius: 350mm
- Availabe Colors: Black
- Nut Width: 42mm
- Nut Type: Bone
- Neck Contour: Thin U
- Frets/Type: 22 XJ
- Hardware Color: Black
- Tuners: Sperzel Locking
- Bridge: Tonepros Locking tune-o-matic bridge & tailpiece
- Neck PU: Seymour Duncan Gus G. FIRE Blackouts
- Bridge PU: Seymour Duncan Gus G. FIRE Blackouts
- Electronics: Active
- Electronics Layout: Vol/Toggle Switch/BMP-1 Preamp Switch
- Case: CRSFF