ESP James Hetfield Truckster LTD Electric Guitar

(Satin Aged Primer Black)  Sku #512025000974000

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A re-creation of Hetfield's modified Eclipse.

The ESP James Hetfield LTD Truckster Electric Guitar is the fifth Hetfield Signature Series guitar to carry his name since James and ESP joined forces in 1991. This latest model is manufactured to the exact specifications of James' Truckster, a modified ESP Eclipse-style stage guitar used on the St. Anger tour. This signature ESP Truckster features a multilayered finish strategically sanded through and fully distressed to simulate the original guitar.

Features
  • Set-neck construction
  • 24-3/4" scale
  • Mahogany body
  • 3-piece mahogany neck
  • 42mm standard nut
  • Thin U neck contour
  • Rosewood fingerboard
  • Flag inlays with LTD at 12th fret
  • 22 XJ frets
  • EMG 81/60 active pickups
  • 2 volume and 1 tone control with 2 - 3-way toggles (toggle in upper position is inactive)
  • Satin chrome hardware
  • Sperzel locking tuners
  • TonePros locking Tune-o-matic bridge with stop tailpiece
  • White neck binding
 
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Good, but a little overpriced

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Comments about ESP James Hetfield Truckster LTD Electric Guitar:

My local music store had one of those ESP Hetfield LTD Truckster, which I happily picked up and began acoustically playing. I didn't expect a lot, but the feel of the guitar alone made me want to buy it. I'm not into spending over 1000 dollars on a Les Paul copy, though. The sound, amplified, was alright, but it is really a metal rhythm guitar, which is what Hetfield does.

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