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ESP LTD Graphic Series Viper Clockwork Zombie Electric Guitar
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The ESP LTD Graphic Viper Clockwork Zombie is an electric guitar based on the Popular ESP Viper 400 guitar. The LTD Graphic Viper features a fast, th...Click To Read More About This Product
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An vintage style axe with outrageous graphics and incredible playability.
The ESP LTD Graphic Viper Clockwork Zombie is an electric guitar based on the Popular ESP Viper 400 guitar. The LTD Graphic Viper features a fast, thin contour set mahogany neck with 24 extra jumbo frets on a bound rosewood fretboard. An Earvana compensated nut keeps your tuning spot on in every key. The solid mahogany guitar body produces the dark tones you need.
With an EMG-81 active pickup in the bridge position and an EMG-85 active pickup for the neck, you'll never fall short on tone or sustain. Simple controls include volume, tone, and a 3-way selector. This monster offers supreme playing comfort and sound. Imagine the looks you'll get from the crowd when they see the outrageous Clockwork Zombie Graphics on this vintage ESP LTD guitar body style!
- Style: ESP Viper Double Cutaway
- Construction: Set-neck
- Scale Length: 24-3/4"
- Body: Mahogany
- Neck: Mahogany
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Nut: 1.65" (42mm), Earvana compensated
- Neck shape: Thin U contour
- Frets: 24 extra-jumbo
- Hardware: Black nickel
- Tuners: Grover
- Tailpiece: Stop
- Bridge: Tune-O-Matic-style
- Pickups: EMG-81 (bridge) / EMG-85 (Neck) active humbuckers
- Pickup selector: 3-position toggle
- Controls: Volume/Tone/Finish: Polyurethane
- Graphics Clockwork Zombie
- Case: Not Included
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When I went to the music store in my area and picked up this guitar, to be honest, it was because it looked cool. When I hooked it up to a Line 6 amp and started playing it, it was amazing! The neck was better than my Jackson dinky and the EMGs sounded sick. I want to buy this guitar when I have the money.