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ESP LTD NINJA-600 Electric Guitar
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The LTD Ninja-600 STR electric guitar pays tribute to Arch Enemy lead guitarist Michael Amott. Neck-thru construction ensures incredible strength and...Read More
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Killer looks, fast playing action, and powerful tone.
The LTD Ninja-600 STR electric guitar pays tribute to Arch Enemy lead guitarist Michael Amott. Neck-thru construction ensures incredible strength and sustain from this large, but lightweight, V-styled monster. String vibrations naturally travel the entire length of the guitar. Those vibrations are sent to your amp by way of two hot Seymour Duncan humbuckers: a JB at the bridge and a '59 at the neck.
The Ninja-600 guitar has individual volume controls for each pickup and a pickup selector toggle that allow you to make lightning fast changes from rhythm to lead. The maple neck features a fast U-shaped profile and an ebony fingerboard with 22 extra jumbo frets, perfect for super fast shredding.
A drool-inducing see thru finish shows off the quilted maple top, and Ninja star inlays combine with Black Nickel hardware and a mirror pickguard to complete the armed and dangerous look of this ESP LTD guitar.
- Body Type: NINJA
- Body Wood: Mahogany
- Top wood: Quilted maple
- Scale Length: 24.75"
- Neck Joint: neck-thru
- Neck Wood: maple
- Fretboard: Ebony with ninja star inlay
- Neck Shape: thin U
- Frets: 24XJ
- Nut Width: 42mm
- Bridge: Floyd Rose
- Pickup Bridge: Seymour Duncan JB
- Pickup Neck: Seymour Duncan '59
- Controls: Vol / Vol
- Tuners: Grover
- Hardware color: Black Nickel
- Pickup selector: Toggle
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I had this guitar for only a few days because one of the frets was bad, and so I returned it. But I just wanted to warn people who are looking at this guitar that the neck is pretty beefy and the extra two frets (other ninjas have 22 frets) are not very useful - you can hit them, but it's tough and bending wide is impossible. Also, if your hands get sweaty, you may not like the finish on the neck which tends to get a little sticky. But these are the only problems with this guitar. It sounds amazing.
well, i was sooo excited for this guitar.... first bad news, it doesnt come with a case, and than second bad news, mine came with a snapped string, and as you know, changing strings on these the floyds isnt too fun, than my bridge wont go back into position and ive tried everything, springs match the string tension and all...... Dont get me wrong the bridge isnt completely off, just slightly but still it shouldnt be. Another thing was that its really hard to get to the high frets, it dificult to get used to. On the bright side, it sounds AWESOME, feels and looks great. Im guessing it was just my bad luck that my tremolo system is a little funked, but if yours comes as it should, than get this for sure it would have been worth every penny if it would have come how it was supposed to. Good luck!