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ESP LTD SA-2 Richie Sambora Signature Series Electric Guitar
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Designed by Richie Sambora and Chris Hofschneider of Times Square Guitars, the LTD SA-2 Richie Sambora Signature Series Electric Guitar features a un...Read More
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Cool, ergonomic shape, Floyd Rose tremolo, pure Sambora.
Designed by Richie Sambora and Chris Hofschneider of Times Square Guitars, the LTD SA-2 Richie Sambora Signature Series Electric Guitar features a uniquely-shaped solid basswood body with a bolt-on maple neck. Two ESP LH-100 pickups provide warm, vintage humbucker tone. Individual volume and tone controls for each pickup provide for lightning fast transitions from rhythm to lead.
The SA-2 neck features a fast thin U-shaped profile and a rosewood fingerboard with 22 extra jumbo frets, perfect for comfort and speed in any playing style. Chrome hardware accents the rock-ready vibe.
Both with Bon Jovi and solo, Richie Sambora has been thrilling audiences with his versatile guitar playing and songwriting since 1983.
- Body Type: SAMBORA
- Body Wood: Basswood
- Scale Length: 25-1/2"
- Neck Joint: Bolt-on
- Neck Wood: Maple
- Fretboard: Rosewood
- Neck Shape: Thin U
- Frets: 22XJ
- Nut Width: 43mm
- Bridge: Double-locking bridge with trem
- Pickup Bridge: ESP LH100
- Pickup Neck: ESP LH100
- Controls: Vol / Vol / Tone / Tone
- Tuners: ESP-LTD
- Hardware color: Chrome
- Pickup selector: Toggle
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Overall, a great bang for your buck. The neck is fast and smooth, and the guitar stays in tune. However, the stock pickups are pretty weak. They have poor definition, and have no punch. I put in a PAF Pro (neck) and a Super Distortion (bridge) and it sounds 10x better now. I am disappointed in one sense, b/c I know Sambora would never play one of these guitars live. He has a custom-built version that looks the same, but has much higher-end electronics. Still, it is a great deal since it's only $500. I think of this more like a fun guitar to play, but it would probably never be used as my main axe.