Rare Electric GuitarThe George Lynch signature model ESP Skull and Snakes solidbody electric guitar was made to rock. This guitar's comfortable contoured alder body gives the Skull and Snakes a distinct and punchy voice that is perfect for rock and metal. You'll enjoy the bright sound of the bolt-on maple neck and smooth rosewood fretboard. Top-notch touches like the Gotoh tuners and a Floyd Rose tremolo provide tuning stability and an awesome feel. Add in a single Seymour Duncan Screamin' Demon humbucking pickup, and you're ready to rock with the ESP George Lynch Skull and Snakes electric guitar.
In 1985 guitar-phenom George Lynch teamed up with ESP to design their first signature model. It was George's guitars that brought ESP to the guitar playing masses. Based on the M series body, the ESP George Lynch Skull and Snakes is all about comfort, tone, and sustain. When you're rocking hard night after night, the last thing your need is an axe that hangs on you like a boat anchor. The Skull and Snakes fits you like a glove, it's lightweight, and it's nicely balanced. Add a Seymour Duncan Screamin' Demon pickup, an ESP single-coil pickup, and a Floyd Rose vibrato and you're ready to shred with the best.
ESP loaded the George Lynch Skull and Snakes guitar with a Seymour Duncan George Lynch Screamin' Demon Humbucker. That's right, you get the pickup that was custom designed for George in the M-1. It gives you the big tone of a '59 PAF with less bite and a ton or growl. It delivers great treble response without being harsh and nasty. The Seymour Duncan Screamin' Demon is appropriately named. An ESP SH-100 pickup in the neck thickens up your tone when you pull up on the volume knob. The George Lynch signature model ESP Skull and Snakes electric guitar is locked and loaded to rock.
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