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ESP LTD EC-1000S Duncan Electric Guitar
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The ESP LTD EC-1000S Duncan Electric Guitar is a sleek rocker with a no-nonsense vibe and everything you need to make walls shake. It features an all...Read More
The sound of set-neck construction paired with Seymour Duncan dual humbuckers.
The ESP LTD EC-1000S Duncan Electric Guitar is a sleek rocker with a no-nonsense vibe and everything you need to make walls shake. It features an all-mahogany body with a set mahogany neck and 24.75" scale length. The neck has a comfortable thin U contour and a rosewood fingerboard with 24 extra-jumbo frets. Seymour Duncan JB and '59 pickups are wired to a 3-way switch with independant Volume controls and a master Tone. Black hardware contributes to this one's elegant style. A Tonepros tune-o-matic bridge and LTD locking tuners keep everything intonated.
- Set-neck construction
- 24.75" scale
- Mahogany body
- Mahogany neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- 42mm standard nut
- Thin U neck contour
- 24 XJ frets
- Black hardware
- LTD locking tuners
- Tonepros locking tune-o-matic
- Bridge & tailpiece
- Seymour Duncan JB (B) / ˜59 (N) pickups
- 3-way toggle
- Bridge volume
- Neck volume
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- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- Good Pick Up
- Good Tone
- Solid Electronics
- Rock Concerts
- School Bands
- Small Venues
Comments about ESP LTD EC-1000S Duncan Electric Guitar:
Put aside the dark, heavy-metal color scheme; and what you have is a REALLY versatile guitar that can cover a lot of ground. The pickups sound outstanding clean or distorted, but really shine with just a bit of crunch added to the amp. I play a Bugera 22 watt amp, with just a Fulltone OCD in front and can pull of pretty much any type of genre I want.
The guitar is significantly lighter than I expected. Feels less like a Les Paul ( though that's the obvious template) and more like the Gibson ES 339 I own. Not quite as light as the 339, but far thinner and lighter than any Les Paul I've held anyways.
Build quality is top notch and as far as similarities in price points to other guitars, feels quite a bit like a PRS SE that I used to own, which is a good thing! I sold that guitar with the mindset that it wasn't good enough being made in Korea- BIG MISTAKE. I've been searching for that value/function combo ever since I sold it. This guitar fills that void.