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G&L Tribute Rampage Jerry Cantrell Signature Electric Guitar
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The G&L Tribute Rampage Jerry Cantrell Signature Electric Guitar shares the original's soft maple body, sleek hard rock maple neck with ebony fin...Read More
Keys improvements make this Rampage even more of a rocker.
The G&L Tribute Rampage Jerry Cantrell Signature Electric Guitar shares the original's soft maple body, sleek hard rock maple neck with ebony fingerboard and Kahler vibrato. While the early Rampage had a locking nut designed by Leo Fender, Jerry modded his necks to fit a beefier Floyd Rose locking nut. The Rampage Jerry Cantrell has the shelf for the Floyd Rose nut engineered in for greater stability and sustain. What's more, the Kahler vibrato is slightly recessed into the body, allowing lower action than those early Rampages. Then there's the pickup. Early Rampages came equipped with a Schaller humbucker, but the Tribute Series Rampage Jerry Cantrell model has a potent Paul Gagon-designed humbucker which pairs spectacularly with the soft maple body.
- Bolt-on construction
- 25-1/2" scale
- Custom Wound Jerry Cantrell Alnico V Humbucker
- Soft maple body
- Hard rock maple neck with ebony fingerboard
- Clear satin back neck finish with color matched headstock
- G&L custom profile with 12" radius and 1-3/4" nut-width
- Floyd Rose locking nut
- 22 medium jumbo frets, nickel, Plek dressed
- 18:1 ratio, sealed-back tuners
- Kahler vibrato
From Leo and Jerry, this guitar is something special. Order today.
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- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- Good Pick Up
- Good Tone
- Solid Electronics
- Rock Concerts
Comments about G&L Tribute Rampage Jerry Cantrell Signature Electric Guitar:
Bought this guitar for a big Alice in Chains show my bands playing for, when it first arrived I couldn't be happier. Usually buying a guitar off the shelf, the action and truss rod need to be adjusted. But when I first picked this guitar up, the action was spot on as if a luthier had just worked on it, the neck was straighter than board and it plays like a charm. Very comfortable guitar. The Kahler Tremelo does its job for the most part. the only problem is it has about a millimeter or two of sway room, where by just barely touching the tremelo arm up, it'll throw the tune sharp. But it can all be upgraded and if you pay attention to where the tremelo arm is, you'll never have it out of tune. Dive bombs are fun on this guitar. Amazing build, good electronics, very happy with it.