Body: Ash swamp
Neck: Mahogany glued profile 'Fast Explorer'
Joint body / sleeve: Mortise & Tenon
Frets: 22 Medium Jumbo
Scale: 24.75 "
Radius: 12 "
Nut width: 43.05 mm / 1,695 "
Nut: Schaller locking, positioned technology Plek
Pickups: 2 Alnico single coils active GEM II
Controls: 1 volume by micro, a general tone, 3-position selector,
Electronics: CTS 300k Linear potentiometers (volume) & 500k Non-linear (tone) - Switchcraft switch and jack
Bridge: Double locking tremolo Schaller Locking Black
Tuners: Grover Mini oil bath ratio 14:1
Cosmetic: Buttons Black Top Hats - inlaid. handle 'Red Blood Drops'
Colors: Juju (black red reflection)
Verni: satin nitrocellulose
Accessories: comes with Gibson case
handle fairly late in the spirit of ESP MII and less wide; nothing to do with LP - very pleasant to the metal
2 microphones GEM passive pickups but circuit powered by a battery, making them active: microphones typed Burstbuicker
it sounds very heavy but too chaleuruex for the metal (at least fast and accurate) - it lacks a small side insicif for the death and thrash: I've replaced a couple SH5/SH1; rajoutais what it lacked this guitar; fishing!!
very light guitar (swamp ash), access to super sharp, good posture involves standing
guitar for rock and metal but you can easily play blues with original pickups, volume knobs and respond well
his bold enough to change where my microphone and it was missing, as I said, this side insicif and punchy
I've had a year and I'm really happy and she has not moved, the color is beautiful and the impeccable floyd is tip top (Schaller)
Not overly impressed so
Being in ash, however, I expected a more dynamic guitar and incisive, the mahogany set neck too surely brings roundness.
The rosewood fingerboard with small logo collage type'' drop of blood'' is also a bit cheap and tacky anyway, an ebony fingerboard with simple inscrustaion the 12th as on the Voodoo would have been better