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Essential ingredients to summon a sonic storm.
The G&L Rampage Jerry Cantrell Signature Electric Guitar incorporates the modifications of Jerry's beloved Rampage instruments. The recessed Kahler 2320 Professional tremolo has brass rollers, cam, and saddles that promote a warmer, fuller tone. The Kahler trem and Floyd Rose locking nut invite you to go totally wild with your whammy knowing that the guitar's tuning is stable enough for a flawless performance.
For over 20 years Jerry Cantrell has been responsible for defining the sound of a musical generation through his work in Alice In Chains as well as a solo artist.
Through Jerry's years of musical exploration one element has remained constant: his G&L Rampage guitar.
The signature Jerry Cantrell axe's shielded pickup and control cavities minimize RF interference. A Seymour Duncan JB humbucker tears the roof off any gig.
Experience the G&L Rampage guitar through the eyes of an artistic visionary—the Rampage Jerry Cantrell Signature Model—perhaps the ultimate playing machine.
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Start your own sonic riot with the G&L Rampage Jerry Cantrell Signature. Order yours today.
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Comments about G&L Rampage Jerry Cantrell Signature Electric Guitar:
An excellent guitar: Jerry did a good job on this. He made it to his specs, but worth getting. The JB is great with this axe, and the Tribute is so close.....but USA made will have you sold. Used is a great deal, and you cannot go wrong. These ate underrated.
Well, not much to say that hasn't already been said: Jerry Cantrell Rampage G&L USA Custom Sig. Model; soft maple body, C-profile slim hard maple neck; Seymour Duncan JB Trembucker in bridge; one volume knob; Kahler 2320 Pro trem, Floyd Rose locking nut, as Cantrell likes. Mine is in black, and buying new is a ripoff here in Japan, so bought it used after saving up for it. Bare bones axe; you either want one or you hate it,
Honestly speaking, a well made guitar, and goes to show how the big names have inflated prices (much like job credentials these days) and blocked out good guitars for working musicians. I think that this is a great player axe that as Cantrell has proven, is well-made enough to last numerous tours and beatings. If he can still own his 1st Rampage, I am sure us amatuers can pass it on down the line to grand kids!
To MF, I say thank you: I bought this used, and the value is unreal. The guitar is in basically mint condition, with all paperwork, Allen keys, and case keys. The previous owner never toured with it or played out, I think. The Tribute Series of this model is an excellent buy as it is, but I believe in buying Anerican to keep people eating!