ESP LTD Brian Head Welch SH-7 Evertune 7-String Guitar See Thru Purple Flame Top

$1,399.00

ESP Brian Head Welch SH-7 Evertune 7-String Guitar – See Thru Purple Flame Top.

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ESP LTD Brian Head Welch SH-7 Evertune 7-String Guitar – See Thru Purple Flame Top.

Mint condition. Comes as pictured with ESP hard case.

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Signature Guitar for a Unique Guitarist

The ESP SH-7ET Brian “Sir Headly” Welch Head-7 solidbody electric guitar is a unique seven-string guitar designed for a unique guitarist. At its core, you have a resonant basswood body, a three-piece maple neck with Thin U profile, and a sleek ebony fretboard with 24 extra-jumbo frets. But what really sets this guitar apart is a pair of Fishman Fluence Modern Humbucking pickups, offering two distinct voicings for massive humbucker tone with extreme fidelity. Finally, the Evertune bridge maintains seemingly-impossible tuning stability, no matter how aggressively you play the ESP SH-7ET Brian “Sir Headly” Welch Head-7.

EverTune bridge keeps you in-tune all gig long

The EverTune bridge on the ESP SH-7ET Brian “Sir Headly” Welch Head-7 is an all-mechanical system that helps you stay in tune longer. Small springs keep constant tension on your strings, giving you long-lasting tuning stability and incredibly accurate intonation too. Even if you’re playing a long gig or recording session, your tuning will be more stable regardless of temperature or other conditions.

Dual-voice Fishman Fluence Modern humbuckers

These Fishman Fluence Modern Humbucker ceramic pickups deliver a wide range of humbucking tones, from modern active pickup sounds to high-output aggression. Unlike most wire-wound models, Fluence pickups manage to deliver the Modern humbucker sound without noise or inductance issues. On top of that, Fishman Fluence Modern Humbucker Ceramic pickups provide you with your choice of two distinctly different voices — modern active pickup with tight bass and crisp highs or a high-output humbucker tone that’s made for distortion — all from the same pickups. The voicings are selected via the push/pull Tone knob.

Premium appointments throughout

Brian “Head” Welch’s unique approach to guitar introduced an entire generation of guitarists to the potential of seven-string guitars. To celebrate his sonic contributions, ESP created a guitar that any player would love. In addition to the EverTune bridge and Fishman Fluence pickups, the SH-7ET Brian “Sir Headly” Welch Head-7 boasts LTD locking tuners for maximum tuning stability, and a gorgeous flame maple top that’s sure to turn heads.

ESP SH-7ET Brian “Sir Headly” Welch Head-7 Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:

  • Signature 7-string guitar with premium appointments
  • Gorgeous flame maple atop a resonant basswood body
  • EverTune bridge for amazing tuning stability even after aggressive playing
  • Fishman Fluence Modern humbucking pickups offer two distinct voicings for a huge range of tone
  • Extra Thin U neck profile plays fast and smooth
  • 24 extra-jumbo frets
  • LTD locking tunings for tuning stability

Tech Specs

  • GENERAL
  • Number of Strings 7
  • Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
  • BODY
  • Body Type Solidbody
  • Body Shape Brian Welch 7
  • Body Material Basswood
  • Top Material Flamed Maple
  • Body Finish Gloss
  • Color See-thru Purple
  • NECK
  • Neck Material 3-piece Maple
  • Neck Shape Extra Thin U
  • Neck Joint Neck-through
  • Radius 13.77″
  • Fingerboard Material Ebony
  • Fingerboard Inlay Offset Blocks
  • Number of Frets 24, Extra Jumbo
  • Scale Length 25.5″
  • Nut Width 1.96″
  • Nut Material Molded Plastic
  • HARDWARE
  • Bridge/Tailpiece Evertune F model
  • Tuners LTD locking
  • ELECTRONICS
  • Neck Pickup Fishman Fluence Modern Alnico Humbucker
  • Bridge Pickup Fishman Fluence Modern Ceramic Humbucker
  • Controls 1 x master volume, 1 x master tone (push/pull passive-active voicing)
  • Switching 3-way toggle pickup switch
  • MISCELLANEOUS
  • Strings D’Addario, .010-.059
  • Case Included Hardshell Case

 

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