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ESP LTD Page Hamilton Signature Electric Guitar
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Metal band Helmet has been breaking the mold since 1989, and now you can own an ESP guitar that does the same. Page Hamilton is Helmet's driving forc...Click To Read More About This Product
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A great ESP neck-thru sporting Page's favored DiMarzio pickups!
Metal band Helmet has been breaking the mold since 1989, and now you can own an ESP guitar that does the same. Page Hamilton is Helmet's driving force, and has always used ESP guitars, switching out the Seymour Duncans or EMGs for DiMarzios. For this limited edition of the Page Hamilton signature electric guitar, ESP has made the switch for you.
What hasn't changed is ESP's consistent quality. With 3-piece neck-thru construction in a solid alder body, you'll have fat, awesome tone whether playing a growling, rhythm chunk or a singing, sustained solo. The ebony fingerboard and 24 extra jumbo frets will insure your guitar will always keep up with your flying fingers.
The "brushed aluminum" finish and black hardware give a killer look to your sound, too. Sperzel locking tuners, volume & tone controls with 3-way pickup switch toggle, and a Wilkinson VS-100 vibrato bridge.
- Neck-thru construction
- 25.5" scale
- Alder body
- Maple neck
- Ebony fingerboard
- Dimarzio Air Zone (b) & Fast Track (n) pickups
- Volume, & tone controls w/3-way toggle
- Black hardware
- Sperzel locking tuners
- Wilkinson VS-100 vibrato
- 24 XJ frets
- "Brushed Aluminum" finish
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I recently acquired this guitar as a way to get back into playing after a long hiatus. I honestly have to say that after owning several ESP's, Ibanez, Epiphone, BC Rich's, and Fender's, I have finally found the guitar for me.I'd always liked my ESP Horizon's but was always looking for a bit more in the tone department. I think they hit the ball out of the park on this one with the DiMarzio's. I've used EMG's and Duncan's and must say that the DiMarzio's are definately nothing to scoff at.The pictures don't do the finish justice to any degree. Mine has the ESP locking tuners and black chrome hardware. It's almost a playable work of art. Great job ESP!Even though they are normally priced at a grand I gave my particular one a 5 for value due to a lower price.