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ESP LTD WA-600 Will Adler Signature Series Electric Guitar
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The LTD Will Adler Signature Series WA-600 electric guitar features a set-thru-body 3-piece maple neck, mahogany body, and ebony fretboard. The thin ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Great tonewoods and pickups just might make this axe a sacrament for the church of metal.
The LTD Will Adler Signature Series WA-600 electric guitar features a set-thru-body 3-piece maple neck, mahogany body, and ebony fretboard. The thin U-shaped neck with 22 extra-jumbo frets provides comfort and speed. A Seymour Duncan JB humbucker pickup at the bridge and a '59 humbucker at the neck provide plenty of power. ESP locking tuners, a Tonepros locking bridge and tailpiece keep you in tune and intoned so you'll sound your best. Two volume knobs and a tone knob plus a 3-way toggle give you options for great tone.
"My ESP felt so natural right when it came out of the box. From the first time I played it, this is the guitar that I've been wanting to have for years." ” Will Adler
- Set-thru-body neck
- 24-3/4" scale
- Mahogany body
- Maple neck
- Ebony fingerboard
- 45mm standard nut
- Thin U neck contour
- Star inlays with flag at 12th fret
- 22 extra-jumbo frets
- Creme body, neck, and headstock binding
- Chrome hardwire
- ESP Locking tuners
- TonePros Locking Tune-o-matic-style bridge and stopbar tailpiece
- Seymour Duncan JB (bridge) and '59 (neck) humbuckers
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i played this guitar at a local guitar shop and i freakin loved this thing it was one of the best guitar i have ever played. The neck on this guitar is perfect, and stays in tune well, also the pickups are great for thrash and heavy metal music. this guitar is well worth the buy.
It's kind of heavy but it wouldn't bother me. The ebony fingerboard is great and plays really well. The neck joint is smooth and well made. I'm not a fan of the bridge style but with the way I tune my guitars I'm sure the tension would be less and more comftorable to play. The JB is great but the '59 sounded like crap although I've played this combo in other guitars and it sounded fine. It's completely stupid to have 2 volume controls on a 2 pickup guitar but whatever. To me it seems kind of overpriced but it is a nice guitar. Try it.
I must say, ESP has yet to disappoint me. The WA-600 was a departure from the usual ESP models I like to play. I usually enjoy the radical V and EX shapes, though I do own and M-1000 aswell (strat-shaped). However, I am very prejudiced against single-cutaway guitars in the Les Paul style. This guitar was, however terrific. The Seymour Duncan pickups are warm and sweet for good sweeping tones, but cradle distortion beautifully. The locking tonepros bridge and locking tuners give the string stability and sustain. The inlays and fingerboard are super cool, though I always prefer 24 fret as opposed to this guitar's 22. However, I can overlook that due to the smooth neck, cool camo finish, awesome inlays, and sweet pickups. Buy it. I know I will.