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2007 ESP GL-56 George Lynch Signature Ten Years After Relic Strat.
Comes with COA and original case.
This guitar is a sweetheart. Very different from other Lynch Signature Series.
Rare and hard to find, they did not make a ton of these. (mostly LTDs when it comes to this guitar)
You won’t find a nicer example than this one. VERY smooth playing neck with no fret wear.
As you can see by the pics, the bridge pickup has been changed out, but the original aged Duncan is in the case as well if you want to change it back. I have not pulled out the current pickup to see what it is, probably a Screamin Demon if I had to guess:) The single coils are original.
Overall, a very cool piece with typical ESP Japan quality.
Finish: Distressed 2-Tone Sunburst – artificially aged finish showing serious “playwear” all over. With satin chrome & nickel hardware.
Neck: Maple. Bolt-on neck construction – this enables a fast, precise attack, along with a full, “fat” tone.
Scale: 25.5″ – Standard.
Fretboard: Maple, with black dot inlays.
Frets: 22, XJ (Jumbo) – with a perfect fretjob, another famous feature of ESP instruments.
Nut: 42 mm.
Headstock: ESP Vintage Style, natural.
Tuners: Sperzel USA locking tuners – often requested by professional artists, these tuners are a must-have for the demanding musician. The key to their design is eliminating wraps around the string post, which can cause string slippage and tuning problems. Simply loosen the thumbwheel located on the back, feed the string through the post, lock the thumbwheel tight, cut off the remaining string, tune up and you’re finished – better tuning stability and no more restringing nightmares.
Bridge: Gotoh Vintage tremolo.
Electronics: 1x volume, 2x tone, 5-way slotted switch.