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ESP LTD Wayne Static 600 Electric Guitar
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The LTD Wayne Static 600 a set 3-piece maple neck, mahogany body, and ebony fretboard. The neck is a thin U shape with 24 extra jumbo frets, providin...Click To Read More About This Product
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The LTD Wayne Static 600 a set 3-piece maple neck, mahogany body, and ebony fretboard. The neck is a thin U shape with 24 extra jumbo frets, providing comfort and speed. A Seymour Duncan Distortion humbucker pickup provides plenty of power. Grover tuners, a Tonepros T3B-T bridge and T1Z Locking tailpiece keep you in tune and intonated so you'll sound your best. The top of the guitar features a black diamond plate, the Static X Logo blazes from the 12th fret, and the model name is inlaid at the 24th.
"I'm usually skeptical about trying a new guitar, because in the past, anything I've tried has never sounded as good as what I was already playing. The ESP I got just blew everything away. It's that simple." ” Wayne Static
- Construction / Scale: Set neck / 24.75"
- Body: Mahogany
- Neck / Fingerboard: 3-piece Maple / Ebony
- Nut Type / Width: Standard / 43mm
- Neck Shape: Thin U
- Inlays: Static X Logo @12th Fret & Model Name @ 24
- Frets: 24 XJ
- Hardware: Black Nickel w/ Diamond Body Plate
- Tuners: Grover
- Bridge / Tailpiece: Tonepros T3B-T & T1Z Locking
- Pickups: Seymour Duncan Distortion
Reviewed by 4 customers
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I purchased this guitar to play bluegrass, country and folk music. Wow. it does great. Sounds just like a banjo if I turn the knobs on it. The strings on it are very sharp though, and they cut my fingers, so i have to wear band-aids to play it. Awesome guitar.
I was attracted to this guitar by its looks. The metal plate, black hardware and ebony neck look incredible. However, as hot as it looks it does not play or sound like it tought it would. The one single pick up is defiantely a turn off for me. Although it holds out really well and is loud and clear it does not offer many tonal possibilities. It is definately made to wail out Static X and Nu Metal sounds but that's pretty much it. The body is heavy and bulky, and the neck felt weird, for it starts off very thin at the nut then widens noticeably torwards the brige. After you go down past the 15th fret it gets harder to play scales and fast pulls/hammers. Overall it is a cool metal guitar if your want chunky sounds and killer looks
Yea...I bought the original version of this...before wayne messed with it. The one with emg 81/85s and the same badass pickguard. It was an excellent guitar, and had a hugely noticeable sound difference from my ibanez. The one thing about this guitar is its weight. The pickguard adds like 5 pounds to it. Its not really worth the looks. But if your only recording with it, or only doin 15 min- 1 hour gigs then it should be fine. And yea, on this you will want to trade in the stock pickup for an SH-8 Invader.
FEATURESThis guitar is built for Metal. The 24 frets is an awesome addition to the EX shape, as the regular EX only has 22. Along with this addition comes an ebony fingerboard, 3 piece. (It's basically a step up from the EX-400 model). To be fair in my review, it only has 1 pickup, which is usually a turn off for me, so that's a con, but the Distortion held itself together quite well, and had quite the "attacky" tone coming out of it. (Though I would recommend swapping it for an Invader.) This is largely part to the mahogany body.QUALITYSuperb, it feels great all around, and the plate looks very nice, not tacky at all.VALUEIt would've been a perfect score here if it had another pickup, but that's just my opinion.OVERALLA great guitar, I'm very much tempted to pick it up my self, but change a few things (such as swapping the Distortion for an Invader.) but other than that, it's a great guitar for any Static X fan, or just someone who wants a "shocking" guitar!