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ESP LTD GL-600SS George Lynch Signature Electric Guitar
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The ESP LTD GL-600SS George Lynch Signature Electric Guitar has the wild look that sets Lynch guitars apart. This one definitely has the look and it'...Read More
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The ESP LTD GL-600SS George Lynch Signature Electric Guitar has the wild look that sets Lynch guitars apart. This one definitely has the look and it's set up for wild play too. Maple body with custom graphics. Maple neck with rosewood fretboard, 25-1/2" scale, and 22 XJ frets. The GL-60055 guitar also features a Seymour Duncan TB-12, a Duncan Designed HR-101, and an Original Floyd Rose trem. Controls are minimized: a volume with push/pull pickup select. ESP finishes your George Lynch Signature Guitar with black hardware.
- Construction: bolt-on
- Scale: 25-1/2"
- Body: maple
- Neck/fretboard: maple/rosewood
- Inlays: Skull and swords
- Pickups: Seymour Duncan TB-12, Duncan Designed HR-101
- Electronics: volume with push-pull pickup select
- Hardware: black
- Bridge: original Floyd Rose
- Binding: none
- Frets: 22 XJ
- Colors: custom graphics
Reviewed by 5 customers
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I am a professional musician and own many upper end guitars. The construction appears to be solid on this one. I have noticed other people having bad experiences with this but I looked mine over top to bottom and found nothing wrong. Whenever a company makes a lower line "more affordable" version of a guitar they already have out, it's always inferior in many ways when compared to the upperline guitar. This guitar uses different pickups and changed the body material from Alder to Maple. Aside from that I can't see any changes. I am very happy with mine and I would say I got exactly what I paid for.
This guitar plays like a dream. Very fast neck, great fretwork, very smooth and even. Graphics are incredible. In the 1980's you would have paid in blood for a guitar like this. It has everything I've wanted in a guitar; a real Floyd Rose, Duncan pickups, an innovative and protective jack placement, immaculate inlay work, fast neck, and tone that will make you cry. I played it through a 5150 and a 412 with Celestions 70-watts and it screams, growls, wails, and sustains for days. Harmonics are effortless. A LOT of bang for your buck, the best value out there. The only iffy thing is the locking nut is a bit narrower than the neck at the nut, but it does not affect playability. I give this guitar 4 1/2 stars out of 5.
The body of this guitar and the hardware make the instrument. The neck on the one I bought was junk. Actually missing pieces of wood on the side of the rosewood fretboard and the fretboard was lifting from the maple neck. The rosewood also had cracks running through it in many places.
As far as Im concerned ESP has gone way too far down hill for me to ever buy another one of their guitars. I bought this guitar thinking it would be a main-stage axe put a screamin demon in it and everything. However they must have made the guitar out of plywood because the floyd rose anchor that attach the springs to the body just slowly pulled out of the body I've had it fixed several times...no change. If you like the guitar you can jus go to sears and buy a guitar with bad fretwork and paint it like george's...P.S. The push pull button cut out on day 2.
I Love this giutar but sadly i am to poor to own it. After hearing the Breaking The Chains Song I fell in love with Lynch's style. I own everything he used on the album except the tiger striped ESP.