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ESP LTD EC-REDBURN Graphic Electric Guitar
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The LTD EC-Redburn is based on custom artwork by designed by groundbreaking UK artist Sam Shearon (a.k.a. Mister-Sam.) His style, often referred to a...Click To Read More About This Product
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The LTD EC-Redburn is based on custom artwork by designed by groundbreaking UK artist Sam Shearon (a.k.a. Mister-Sam.) His style, often referred to as "dark surrealism," is reflected in the Cobweb, which will have a limited production run of just 100 guitars. Each guitar will include a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist. The guitar is based on ESP's popular LTD EC-500 model, which has a set neck, single-cutaway design at 24-3/4" scale, a mahogany body, a mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, and EMG-81 (bridge)/60 (neck) active pickups.
The famous single-cutaway guitar body style never looked better! The mahogany body sounds as good as it looks. Featuring an Earvana compensated nut, so your tuning is spot on in every key and with a thin U shape neck with 24 extra-jumbo frets, you're going to sound amazing and feel great playing this guitar! With an EMG-81 JB pickup in the bridge position and 60 active pickup for the neck, your crowd won't miss a single lick!
- Construction/Scale: Set neck/24-3/4"
- Body: Mahogany
- Neck/Fingerboard: 3-piece mahogany/ rosewood
- Nut Type/Width: Earvana compensated/ 42mm
- Neck Shape: Thin U
- Inlays: Flags
- Frets: 24 XJ
- Binding: Triple Creme (B/N/H)
- Hardware: Black Nickel
- Tuners: Grover
- Bridge/Tailpiece: Tune-o-matic-style w/ Stop tailpiece
- Pickups: EMG-81 (B) / 60 (N) Active
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I bought this guitar yesterday, and let me say it is the nicest guitar I have ever owned. I have owned several guitars through my eleven years of playing. A Gibson Les Paul DC Plus, An American Deluxe Strat, Jackson PS-6T Performer, PRS SE Custom, and have played numerous guitars as well. ESP is beginning to make quite a name for themselves, and for good reason. Everything on this guitar from the set neck, the binding around the neck and headstock, to the graphic on the body of the guitar itself are done with such fine craftsmanship that it makes one want to own nothing but ESP's the rest of his life.The EMG 81/60 set is awesome. I had two 81's in my Jackson which sounded great for rock and metal, however I could never get a clean tone that I preferred. The 60 at the neck of this guitar is beautiful for clean tones. I was very surprised by the tone of the EMG 60. Much to may dismay, not only is the 60 good for clean, but it has the best sustain of any pickup I have ever played through.From the EMGs to the Graphic to the playability, you cannot find a better guitar for your money anywhere!