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ESP LTD George Lynch F-Series Baritone
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Its deeper voice makes it perfect for testosterone-driven rock. 27" scale. Mahogany body. Set maple neck with rosewood fretboard. Seymour Duncan JB a...Read More
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Reach deep into testosterone-fueled territory!
Its deeper voice makes it perfect for testosterone-driven rock. 27" scale. Mahogany body. Set maple neck with rosewood fretboard. Seymour Duncan JB and Duncan Designed HR-101 pickups. Master volume with push/pull pickup select. Sperzel locking tuners and TonePros tune-o-matic-style string-thru-body bridge. Custom flame graphics give it just the right vibe.
- 27" scale (baritone scale)
- 22 jumbo frets
- Mahogany body
- Set maple neck with rosewood fretboard
- Seymour Duncan JB and Duncan Designed HR-101 pickups
- Master volume with push/pull pickup select
- Sperzel locking tuners
- TonePros tune-o-matic-style string-thru-body bridge
- Custom flame graphics
Reviewed by 10 customers
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This guitar is really well built and sounds great, too. It's perfect for any heavy riffs you can dish out, this guitar fits the bill.
This looks crazy awesome. It also has pretty good sound.
What to say about this LTD/ESP George Lynch Guitar. This is my first time using an ESP guitar and at first I felt a little guilty using a different brand instead of my normal/favorite two Brands Ibanez and Jackson but damn I loved it the second I played it. I love the fresh raw sound of it with any metal distortion and when I use the clean effects the sound is still great. I have played a lot of other guitar brands on my current set up (Digitech Workstation/Crate Amp) Bc Rich. Ibanez, Jackson, Epiphone, Schecter, Yamaha and this LTD/ESP just feels/plays just like it looks ?impressive? and I feel it?s the perfect guitar for any metal guitarist who wants to bust out a solo or just do rhythm guitar but the only down fall to this guitar is no tuning locks and whammy bar but that's all right with me. Thank you ESP and George Lynch for my new guitar you have a new guitarist to the ESP family.
Love the nice, low sound. Good brand too!
As with most ESP products, this guitar is well built, and is just beautiful. Great tone, good playability, and for low tuning. Regardless of what type of music you may play, it really sounds great. I highly recommend for anyone looking for the full sound of a baritone.
this is the top baritone on the market - plays like a dream, no problem playing runs and licks -monster low-end growl - the ultimate for downtuned riffs - collector's item for sure -I'm buying two of them!
Plays great and rocks hard!
After having a chance to play on it, i feel in love with it. However i wasn't a fan of the tone. Someting about the single coil, just didn't sound the way i wanted it to. That why its only a 9. Afterwards, i found that the ESP VB-400 Baritone fit the bill, as it has EMG 81's and it's cheaper too.
This is another great guitar in the awesome George Lynch signature line. This guitar has a great low end chunk and the pick-ups make harmonics easy. I love the push/pull pick-up selector, the cool graphics and flame inlay, and this thing is incredibly light. I definitely urge others to try it, you won't be disappointed!
I've played other versions of the Lynch models and the necks and tone are the best out there. I can't wait to try out this baritone beast.