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ESP Mirage Deluxe $100 Dollar Bill Graphic 1988 W/Case

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$ 2,499.99

ESP Mirage Deluxe Dollar Bill Graphic with $100 bills made in 1988. This guitar finish is very rare, there are 3 versions of this finish which are $1, $5, and $100 bills. The $1 and $5 bill versions are done with actual money in sequential order, however ESP didn’t spend the money to shell out when it came to the $100 bill version. There is either one real $100 bill and the rest are replicas or no real bills at all, at any rate all the $100 bills have the same serial numbers. This guitar features an alder body, 3-piece maple neck, and a rosewood fretboard. The guitar comes equipped with ESP branded pickups, a licensed “Sinclair” Floyd Rose tremolo, and black hardware.

 

The guitar is in excellent condition with only light belt buckle rash and surface scratches. The guitar is all original but is missing the tremolo arm and has an aftermarket hardshell case. This guitar has been freshly re-strung and setup in standard A440 tuning. 

Fender American Standard Stratocaster Black on Black With Case 2000

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$ 999.99

Fender USA Standard Stratocaster made in the year 2000 in black finish with upgrades. This guitar features an alder body, maple neck and has some hardware upgrades to give an all black look which is most likely the pick-guard and pickup covers with possibly the knobs. The pickups themselves are the original vintage style Fender single coils, and are controlled by a 5-way switch and 1 volume and 2 tone controls. The guitar neck is 25.5” scale length, with a 9.5” fingerboard radius and comes equipped with medium jumbo frets. The guitar has Fender branded Schaller tuners, a modern synchronized tremolo and chrome hardware. The only modifications done were white plastic parts swapped for black parts which were all done with quality components and the guitar looks very sharp black on black with the 3-play black pick-guard. I do not have any replaced parts, and it is possible that the guitar could have been ordered with this configuration, although not likely compared to other regular production Fender standard Stratocaster models in 2000.

 

The hardshell case has also been upgraded to a very nice vintage reissue case with orange interior which is similar to the cases that come with the Fender 60’s reissue custom shop models. This guitar along with the case is very clean and in excellent condition, there are only very light surface scratches which are very common on gloss black guitars. 

Fender American Standard Stratocaster Olympic White 2008 OHSC

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$ 999.99

Fender American Standard Stratocaster in Olympic white finish made in 2008. This guitar is all original and features an alder body and maple neck. The guitar comes equipped with 3 Fender single coils pickups, a vintage style synchronized tremolo bridge, Fender branded Schaller tuning machines and chrome hardware. The guitar has a 3-ply white pickguard with white knobs and switch tip. The neck is a 25.5” scale length 9.5” fingerboard radius and comes equipped with 22 medium jumbo frets. This guitar is in excellent condition with very little wear and comes with the original Fender branded SKB hardshell flight case with TSA locks. 

Fender Custom Shop Post Modern Relic Graffiti Yellow HH Reverse Headstock One-Off 2015 OHSC

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Insanely cool One-off Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster! This is a Fender custom shop post modern relic, with stock dual Humbuckers, in Graffiti Yellow finish, with coil taps, and a reverse headstock! This guitar starts out with an alder body, and maple neck. The guitar comes equipped with Seymour Duncan Humbuckers which are a 59’ in the neck position and JB in the bridge with the option of tapping the two outside coils for a third Humbucker combination via an S-1 style switch on the volume knob. The guitar has vintage style aged nickel hardware including the Pat. Pending bridge saddles, and single line vintage style (reversed) tuning machines. The neck is a standard 25.5 scale length with a 9.5 fingerboard radius and 1.65” net width but comes equipped with an LSR roller nut. The guitar also has a 3-ply pickguard and cream knobs. 

 

This guitar has been freshly restrung with .10-.46 gauge strings and setup in standard A440 tuning. The guitar comes with the COA and case candy including leather strap, polish cloth, registration card, springs/wrenches, and original Fender custom shop hardshell case. The guitar is in excellent condition, although obviously a relic. 

Gibson Custom Art & Historic Flying V Satin Green Metallic 1 of 15 2002 OHSC

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$ 3,499.99

Gibson Flying V Custom Art & Historic series in Satin Green Metallic finish made in 2002 1 of only 15 made. This guitar features a 2-piece mahogany body, mahogany neck and rosewood fretboard. The guitar comes stock with dual Gibson 57’ Classic Humbuckers, an ABR bridge and grover tuning machines. The aluminum pickguard, aluminum truss rod cover, V shaped anchor plate, and aluminum knobs with all chrome hardware make this guitar very cool and unique. The “Satin Green Metallic” finish is a very crisp dark green with very fine sparkle metallic flakes mixed in. A quote from Gibson near the release of this particular model:

 

“It’s appropriate that guitars that were originally designed to reflect the lines of the automobiles would finally get finishes that do the same. Each guitar in this collection of three of Gibson’s most “futuristic” models-the Explorer, Flying V, and Futura-has several intriguing appointments, but none more immediately noticeable than the finish. “I read a lot of hot rod and street car magazines, and metallic colors like these are the trend in car restoration right now,” says finish master Mick McGuire in reference to the metallic copper, silver, green, and blue finishes found in this collection.”

 

“Also notable on these guitars are the aluminum pick guard and truss rod covers (designed by engineer John McGuire and the Pro Shop’s Bill Jancar, respectively) and the large, retro-style volume and tone knobs. John McGuire said, “They’re similar to some knobs Edwin (Wilson, Historic Program manager) brought back from Japan, and they really remind me of old stereo knobs. It’s fitting that these three guitars, with body shapes designed to echo the lines and curves of the automobiles of the ’50s, should finally get finish colors to complete that connection. Each of the three guitars will have a limited run of 60 (15 in each color). The Custom Shop will offer the Explorer models in August, the Flying V models in September and the Futura models in October.”

 

This guitar is in very good condition with very little wear other than the scuffs on the pickguard which is very sensitive. This guitar has been freshly restrung with .10-.46 gauge strings and setup in A440 standard tuning. Comes with the original Gibson Custom Shop hardshell case, factory check list and warranty card.

Gibson SG Les Paul Custom 3-Pickup 61′ / 62′ Reissue Aged White 1987

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$ 4,199.99

Gibson SG Les Paul Custom 61’ Reissue in made in 1987 in Classic White finish. This guitar features a mahogany body, mahogany neck and bound ebony fretboard. The fretboard has mother of pearl block inlays and a matching split diamond inlay on the headstock. The original gold hardware is in excellent condition and the original tuners are in fantastic shape which are commonly replaced for Grovers. The original pots date to 1986 and the serial number dates to 1987. This guitar comes equipped with 3 matching Gibson patent stamped Tim Shaw Humbuckers controlled by 2 volume and 2 tone controls with a 3-way switch. The guitar is all original with the exception of an upgraded Tone-Pros locking bridge which helps stabilize tuning.  

 

This guitar is in excellent condition with the exception of some small surface scratches and some very light discoloration from the original Alpine white finish from aging naturally. This guitar has been freshly setup with .10-.46 gauge strings and setup in standard A440 tuning. Comes with original hardshell case. Audio and video demos coming soon!

Gretsch G6136TSL-RM-LTD15 Limited Edition Rose Metallic Falcon 2015

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$ 2,899.99

Gretsch G6136TSL Falcon in Limited Edition Rose Metallic finish made in 2015. This beautiful Metallic Rose Falcon guitar features a laminated maple hollowobody double bound in silver sparkle with a maple neck and silver sparkle bound ebony fretboard. The guitar has no shortage of bling with silver sparkle binding on the headstock as well as inside the F-holes. This guitar comes equipped with dual Gretsch Filtertron pickups with a large array of tone options controlled by a 3-way pickup selector, Gretsch signature “Mud Switch” as well as master tone, volume and master volume Gretsch Arrow head knobs. The guitar comes with the classic Bigsby B6 vibrato and Grover imperial stair-step tuning machines. This guitar is flashy yet classy with the candy color Rose Metallic finish with silver hardware. This guitar is in mint condition and comes with the original hardshell case and case candy. Audio and video demos coming soon!

Ibanez RG620X Galaxy Black Piezo W/Case 2002

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$ 599.99

Ibanez RG620X with Piezo pickup in Galaxy Black finish made in Japan in 2002. This guitar features a basswood body, 3-piece maple & walnut neck and a rosewood fretboard. The guitar comes equipped with Ibanez V7 & V8 humbuckers as well as an L.R Baggs piezo pickup with individual volume controls as well as a Piezo 3-way switch. The guitar has an Edge II tremolo system with locking nut, Gotoh tuning machines and cosmo black hardware. The neck is a “Wizard” neck with a thin and fast profile that plays very well and is equipped with 24 jumbo frets and mother of pearl dot inlays. 

This guitar is in very good cosmetic condition with only a couple of very small dings and very light belt buckle marks on the rear control cavity. This guitar has two outputs meant to isolate the piezo pickup from the humbuckers however one of the outputs does not function. The main output is still fully functional which controls both the Ibanez humbuckers, and piezo along with all of the controls which allows you to choose the humbuckers, piezo and blend the two together. The hardshell case is aftermarket but fits great. This guitar has been freshly restrung and setup in standard A440 tuning. 

JACKSON USA DK1 Dinky Select Elite Quilted Maple Top Deep Candy Red 1996

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$ 1,999.99

Jackson USA DK1 Dinky Elite select quilted maple top in deep candy red finish made in Ontario CA in 1996.  This guitar features a maple bound basswood body with highly figured quilted maple top, maple neck and ebony fretboard. The guitar comes equipped with the original Seymour Duncan pickups which are a Jeff Beck Humbucker in the bridge and STK-1 single coils in the middle and neck positions controlled by a 5-way switch, master volume and master tone knobs. The guitar has an original Floyd Rose tremolo with locking nut, Gotoh tuning machines and gold hardware. The guitar is inlayed with classic mother of pearl shark fin inlays on the fingerboard as well as a mother of pearl inlayed Jackson logo on the headstock. 

 

This guitar neck has a compound radius neck with a Jackson .775-.850 neck thickness that is a 25.5” scale length and has 22 jumbo frets. This guitar has been freshly re-strung with .10-.46 gauge strings and is setup in A440 tuning. The guitar is in very good condition with only light surface scratches, and one ding on the back of the body and a visible scratch (see photos). tThis guitar plays, looks and sound incredible! This guitar comes with a VERY nice Ibanez hardshell case that was meant to be for a Mick Thompson of Slipknot signature model MTM1 in blood red, with a matching red case. 

Jackson USA Kelly KE2 Metallic Purple 1999 OHSC

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$ 1,999.99

USA Jackson Kelly KE2 in Metallic Purple finish made in 1999. This guitar features an alder body with a quartersawn Maple neck-thru design and a bound ebony fretboard. The guitar comes loaded with aftermarket very high output Seymour Duncan Invader Humbuckers, controlled by a 3-way switch, and 1 master volume & 1 master tone knobs. The guitar comes stock with an original Floyd Rose tremolo system with locking nut, black Gotoh tuning machines and black hardware. The guitar has mother of pearl shark fin inlays on the fingerboard as well as a mother of pearl “Jackson” headstock logo.

 

The guitar is in good condition however it has some dents on the point tips of the guitar as well as the point on the headstock, and several dents on the upper top side (see photos). Despite the dents the rest of the guitar is in excellent shape, no damage to the neck or face of the body, and only light belt buckle rash on the back of the guitar. This guitar has been freshly restrung with .10-.46 gauge strings and is setup with low action in standard A440 tuning. Comes with the original Jackson hardshell case. 

Jackson USA San Dimas Randy Rhoads Custom Order V “Man On A Bomb” 1986 OHSC

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$ 3,199.99

Jackson USA Custom-ordered Randy Rhoads Custom “Man On A Bomb” made in San Dimas in 1986. This very cool old-school guitar was ordered from Guitar Center in 1986 using this order form (see photo) that has the chosen options of Model: Randy Rhoads Custom, 1 Humbucker, Floyd Rose, Rear Control and case with the written in custom order of  “Man On A Bomb” graphic,  “Jumbo Wire” neck, and paint head “White”. It is cool to see as requested on the original order form the guitar turned out exactly as intended and the guitar is still in great shape 32 years later. 

 

Aside from the specs on the oder form this guitar features an alder body, maple neck and bound ebony fretboard. The guitar has a single EMG 81 active pickup, black hardware, Gotoh tuning machines and mother of pearl shark fin inlays. The guitar in in great shape for its age but does have light scratches and several small dings and dents (see photos). This guitar comes with the original hardshell case and order spec sheet. 

Jackson USA Star Shape Cobalt Blue Swirl One-Off NAMM 2001 OHSC

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$ 3,249.99

Jackson USA Star shape in Cobalt Blue Swirl finish made for the NAMM convention in 2001. This guitar features an alder body, maple neck-thru design and a bound ebony fretboard. The guitar comes equipped with EMG 81 & 85 active Humbuckers controlled by a 3-way switch, master volume knob and a very cool light up glowing red kill switch!. The guitar has a very unique blue cobalt swirl finish accompanied by black hardware, mother of pearl shark fin inlays as well as mother of pearl “Jackson” headstock logo. The guitar has an original Floyd Rose tremolo system with locking nut, Gotoh tuning machines, and 24 Extra Jumbo frets. 

 

This guitar was a one-off built for the NAMM convention in 2001 which explains the standout features and color. The kill-switch itself is not a constant on/off kill-switch but mutes volume while the switch is pressed in and releases when let out, this is more for an effect than a mute (think Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine). The guitar is in excellent condition with only minor surface scratches, belt buckle marks and very small dings (see photos). This guitar has been freshly restrung with .010-.046 gauge strings and is setup in standard tuning with very fast low action. Comes with original hardshell case.

LTD LT-12S Acoustic Electric Hybrid Thinline 12 String Black 2014 OHSC

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$ 599.99

Ltd by ESP LT-12S Thinline acoustic electric hybrid 12-string guitar in black finish made in 2014. This guitar features a chambered mahogany body, maple top, mahogany neck and rosewood fretboard. This guitar sounds and resonates like an acoustic guitar but plays and feels like an electric guitar. The chambered mahogany body with resonant chambers contribute to the authentic acoustic characteristics. The thin body is more comfortable than a full bodied acoustic and the thin U-shape neck plays very well like an electric guitar. The neck has a 25” scale length with 22 jumbo frets. The guitar has grover tuning machines, chrome hardware, and a graphtech nut. The guitar preamp has 3-band EQ and a built in tuner. This guitar is in near mint condition and comes with a very nice molded hardshell case.

LTD LT-6S Acoustic Electric Hybrid Thinline Black 2014 OHSC

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$ 599.99

Ltd by ESP LT-6S Thinline acoustic electric hybrid 6-string guitar in black finish made in 2014. This guitar features a chambered mahogany body, maple top, mahogany neck and rosewood fretboard. This guitar sounds and resonates like an acoustic guitar but plays and feels like an electric guitar. The chambered mahogany body with resonant chambers contribute to the authentic acoustic characteristics. The thin body is more comfortable than a full bodied acoustic and the thin U-shape neck plays very well like an electric guitar. The neck has a 25” scale length with 22 jumbo frets. The guitar has grover tuning machines, chrome hardware, and a graphtech nut. The guitar preamp has 3-band EQ and a built in tuner. This guitar is in near mint condition and comes with a very nice molded hardshell case.

Martin D-35 Natural 1975 With Case

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$ 1,799.99

Martin D-35 in natural finish made in 1975. This guitar features a sitka spruce top, 3-piece rosewood back and rosewood sides, mahogany neck and ebony fretboard and bridge. The guitar has grover tuning machines and an aftermarket pick-guard and hardshell case. The guitar has had a neck reset which allows the guitar to play well, but it looks like they did a sloppy job and glue can be seen in-between the seam of the neck heel and body. It also looks like bridge has been repaired at some point and there is finish checking on the face of the body as well as some small sings and dents. The back and sides of the body look surprisingly good and this guitar has a lot of potential. This is a fantastic playing and sounding Martin acoustic, it could just use some TLC. This guitar has been freshly restrung, fretboard and frets cleaned and body cleaned and polished. Comes with a very nice newer Martin hardshell case. 

Martin HD-28P Perfromance L.R. Baggs 1990 OHSC

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$ 2,299.99

Martin HD-28P Performance in natural finish made in 1990. This guitar features a solid spruce top, solid rosewood back & sides, mahogany neck and ebony fretboard. The guitar has an aftermarket sound hole L.R Baggs M-80 pickup which can be easily installed or removed at will. The guitar has a “Performance” neck profile which is meant to be easier to play than a traditional Martin neck profile and is perfect for anyone that plays electric guitar primarily but wants the classic Martin tone, or is new to acoustic guitar all together. This guitar has an ebony bridge, herringbone binding, mother of pearl dot inlays and Martin logo tuning machines. This guitar has aftermarket added pick-guard as well as an aftermarket bone nut.

 

This guitar is in very good condition although it has light surface scratches and a piece of the added pick-guard has chipped at the point. This guitar has been freshly restrung with medium gauge martin strings and setup in standard A440 tuning. Comes with original Martin hardshell case and sound-hole humidifier.

Paul Reed Smith CE 24 Scarlet Red 1997 OHSC

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$ 1,499.99

Paul Reed Smith CE24 in Scarlet Red Finish made in 1997. This guitar features a mahogany body, a flamed maple top, maple neck and rosewood fretboard. The guitar comes equipped with PRS HFS Treble & Vintage Bass pickups controlled by a 5-way rotary switch, master volume and master tone knobs. The guitar has PRS Phase 1 tuning machines, but at one point had a different set of tuners that has left behind small holes (see photos). The guitar has a wide thin neck profile with 24 frets and nickel hardware.  

 

This guitar is in very good condition with only small dings and light surface scratches. This guitar is all original and comes with the original hardshell case.This guitar has been freshly restrung and setup in standard A440 tuning. 

Taylor 412CE Natural Spruce & Ovangkol Acoustic Electric 1998 OHSC

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$ 1,499.99

Taylor 412CE in Natural finish made in 1998. This guitar features a grand concert body shape made form a solid sitka spruce top and solid Ovangkol back & sides. The guitar has a tropical mahogany neck with a bound ebony fretboard, ebony bridge and rosewood headstock overlay. The guitar body is double bound with 3-ply binding and a 3-ring rosette around the sound hole. The guitar is a 24 7/8” scale length with a 15” fingerboard radius and 1.75” nut width. This guitar is in very good condition although it has one visible scratch on the face of the guitar near the lower bout. Aside from the one scratch the rest of the guitar is in excellent shape. The bone nut and saddle help make this guitar setup and play flawlessly with great action and no string buzz. This guitar has been freshly restrung with coated .012-.053 gauge strings and comes with the original Taylor hardshell case.

Taylor 810 LTD Natural Acoustic Electric (810E) 1997 OHSC

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$ 2,299.99

Tylor 810 LTD in natural finish made in 1997. This guitar features a solid spruce top and solid rosewood back & sides with a mahogany neck and bound ebony fretboard. This guitar although model is number is 810 LTD actually comes stock with a Fishman pickup which is better known as 810E (for electronics). The guitar has a double bound body with an abalone trim as well as a bound fretboard and headstock. The ebony bridge has abalone tip bridge pins, as well as abalone rosette and an abalone fingerboard inlays. The aftermarket bone nut and saddle allow for this guitar to be setup perfectly! It plays very very well with low action and no string buzz. This guitar is in excellent condition near mint with only very light surface scratches. This guitar has been freshly restrung with coated .012-.053 gauge strings and sounds amazing.

Wylde Audio Odin Blackout Bullseye With White Coffin Hardshell Case 2016

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$ 849.99

Wylde Audio Odin in Blackout Bullseye finish  with white Coffin hardshell case  made in 2016. This guitar features a mahogany body, 3-piece maple neck and bound ebony fretboard. The guitar comes stock with EMG 81 & 85 high-output active humbucker pickups controlled by a 3-way pickup selector, 2 volume and 1 tone knob. The guitar has a very cool blacked out finish that is satin black along with satin black hardware and a gloss black bullseye graphic. The guitar comes equipped with tone pros locking bridge, and tailpiece as well as grover tuning machines, so this guitar is for sure going to stay in tune! The neck is a 24.75” scale length with a 14” radius and a “ZAKK C” neck profile and has oversized mother of pearl block inlays. 

 

This guitar is in excellent condition with only light surface scratches and one of the inlays has a slight discoloration or yellowing. There are no belt buckle marks dings or dents at all and the plastic covers are still intact on the rear cavities. This guitar comes with a VERY cool and fitting white Coffin hardshell case that looks really good on contrast to the all black finish. I do have other cases available if you are not a fan of the coffin case but we thought that they went well together. This guitar has been freshly restrung with .010-.046 gauge strings and setup with fast action in standard A440 tuning. 

ESP Custom Shop Chris Degarmo Warhol 3281 MII 2005 OHSC

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$ 9,999.99

ESP Custom Shop Chris Degarmo “Warhol” 3281 MII made in 2005. This iconic guitar is probably the rarest Queensryche related model with only one other documented replica built by the ESP Custom shop other than Chris Degarmo’s. This ESP M-II features an alder body, 3-piece maple neck and ebony fretboard. The inlays on the fretboard are Triryches up until the 12th fret when they switch to diamonds. The custom “Warhol” graphic is an Andy Warhol inspired multi-color square graphic of outlined Triryches. This guitar was ordered through the custom shop using Chris Degarmo’s original spec sheet that ESP was able to replicate. The guitar was ordered in 2003 with its completion in 2005. This particular guitar has two slight factory modifications compared to Chris’s original which are EMG pickups instead of Seymour Duncans and 24 frets instead of 22. 

 

The guitar is in excellent condition with only light belt buckle rash on the back of the body and one very small ding on the face of the guitar (see photos). The guitar still has the plastic intact on the rear control cavity. This guitar is especially fun for me to list as I have been the replacement guitarist for Chris Degarmo for the past 12 years. The guitar has been freshly re-strung and setup in standard A440 tuning with .10-.46 gauge strings and comes with the original ESP hardshell case. Purchase both the ESP Chris Degarmo “Warhol” and the Michael Wilton “Graffiti” for $1,000 discount!

ESP Michael Wilton M-II Custom “NYC Grafitti” “Queensryche” 1990

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$ 9,999.99

For sale on Consignment: ESP Michael Wilton M-II Custom “NYC Grafitti” made between 1990-94. This iconic guitar is one of the rarest Queensryche related models with only 4 documented to have been made 3 of which were for Michael Wilton of Queensryche. Michael can be seen playing the Graffiti model in the music video for the song “Empire”.  This guitar was purchased in 1994 by the previous owner who was told it was used by Michael in the music video, however after asking Michael about this guitar he confirmed that it is not the exact one that he used. Although it is possible someone could have custom ordered this guitar at the time there is wide speculation as to whether or not this custom paint job was an option as it was made by artist Eddie Meeks. 

 

This ESP M-II custom features an alder body, 3-piece maple neck and rosewood fretboard. The guitar comes equipped with a Floyd rose tremolo with locking nut, Gotoh tuning machines and black hardware. The guitar neck has a 25.5” scale length with a thin U-shape profile, off-set block inlays and cream binding. The original Seymour Duncan pickups have been replaced with EMG 81 & 85’s and are controlled by a single volume knob and 3-way switch. 

 

The guitar is in excellent condition for its age with only light belt buckle rash on the back of the body and very small dings on the face of the guitar back of the body and neck (see photos). This guitar is especially fun for me to list as I have been the second guitar player in Queensryche for the past 12 years. The guitar has been freshly re-strung and setup in standard A440 tuning with .10-.46 gauge strings and comes with the original ESP hardshell case. Buy both the ESP Chris Degarmo “Warhol” and the Michael Wilton “Graffiti” for $1,000 discount on both guitars!

ESP Custom Shop Shinigami Museum Piece NAMM 2009

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$ 19,999.99

ESP Custom Shop Shinigami museum piece made for the NAMM convention in 2009. This guitar was built by ESP Japan’s Custom Shop master luthier Masao Orihalcon whom has built some of ESP’s most iconic Custom Shop one of a kind guitars over the years that are true masterpieces. Masao Orihalcon’s exceptional craftsmanship using the finest quality of premium woods and components brings to life some of the most unique, interesting and elaborate ideas that have ever been imagined to fabricate a guitar into. 

Not only are Masao Orihalcon’s creations aesthetically stunning works of guitar art, but they are foremost fully functioning handmade superior quality instruments that play, sound and feel leaps and bounds better than any standard  production guitars on the market. Each one of these guitars are unique in their own right and have one of a kind features that you will not find on any other guitar in the world. 

From ESP JAPAN : “This guitar is an image of “Shinigami” (God of Death) slashing a Scythe direct into the body. This The god of Death shows his face through the cyclone that has formed a crack spread throughout the body, and he seems ready to cut someone’s neck at any moment. The Scythe is angled to penetrate diagonally through the body.”

This guitar’s body shape can be seen as based out of a King V shape with a broken point or can be seen as an elongated Rhoads shape with a broken tip either way it starts off with a cool V shape. The body is elaborately hand carved to resemble the look of burnt wood with the “God of Death” face breaking through the center. The charcoal colored paint on the body and headstock help contribute to the burnt wood theme. On top of the body or rather through the body is a hand carved scythe that pierces through the V shape and the blade rests between the points of the V. The amount of detail in the wood work is phenomenal.

The guitar has a single Seymour Duncan JB humbucker in the bridge position controlled by a master volume control, a Floyd Rose tremolo system with locking nut and Gotoh tuning machines. The neck is a standard 24.75” scale length with a medium C neck profile, and a 12” fingerboard radius on a dark black ebony fretboard with 22 frets. 

This guitar is in mint condition is a one of a kind  ESP Custom Shop collectors piece. The guitar has not been gigged and does not have any belt buckle marks pick scratches. This guitar has been freshly re-strung with .09-.42 gauge strings and setup in standard A440 tuning. Comes with the COA and original ESP flight case. Audio and video demos coming soon! 

ESP Custom Shop Screaming Skull Finish by Dan Lawrence Body by Jimmy Diresta 2008

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$ 14,499.99

ESP Custom Shop Screaming Skull made in 2008. This guitar was originally released sometime in the late 80s-early 90’s and was limited to 50 guitars made. There have been 2 (including this one) made since which were both in 2008. The other of the 2 did not have the flaming fretboard inlay and had mini skull & cross bones instead which was used as a display at the 2009 NAMM convention. This guitars body was hand carved by Jimmy Diresta and the paint job was done by Dan Lawrence. The body is made from alder and us carved into the shape of a screaming skull with carved flames shooting out through the back of the head. The flames continue across maple neck with ebony fretboard all the way to the headstock. The detail and color are amazing on this guitar! 

 

The guitar has a single Seymour Duncan JB humbucker in the bridge position controlled by a master volume control, a Floyd Rose tremolo system with locking nut and Gotoh tuning machines. The neck is a standard 25.5” scale length with a thin U neck profile, and a 12” fingerboard radius on a flame painted maple neck with 22 extra jumbo frets. 

 

This guitar is in excellent condition with only light surface scratches. The guitar has been freshly re-strung with .09-.42 gauge strings and setup in standard A440 tuning. Comes with the COA and original ESP flight case. Audio and video demos coming soon! 

ESP Custom Shop Gus G Prototype Owned & Used W/Firewind & Ozzy Osbourne Satin Black 2012

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$ 12,999.99

ESP Custom Shop Gus G NT-III Signature Model Prototype made in 2012 owned and played by Gus in Firewind and Ozzy Osboune. This guitar was Gus G’s number one axe for a long period of time and can be seen in countless live performances, video interviews, clinics, and in the Guitar World magazine article included with this listing. This guitar made in 2012 was a prototype to Gus G’s signature model that was released in 2014 which saw the change of 22 frets to 24 frets using the same Star NT shape and in satin black finish.  Any footage of Gus using a 24 fret signature model in satin black was THIS actual guitar. Check out some of the youtube links that I have provided below.

 

This guitar is in the same condition and state as when I received it from Gus, as I wanted to keep the same tour wear, vibe and patina as it had come fresh off of tour. The beat up case with flight check stickers, the tape to hold guitar picks to throw out to fans during performances, and even the used strings and dirty frets I have left all intact. Ordinarily I would clean up everything but I wanted to keep the guitar 100% how I got it, I am happy to clean up as I do all of my other guitars if requested. 

 

The specs of  the guitar are an alder body with maple neck-thru and bound rosewood fretboard. The neck is 25.5” scale length with a 12” radius and thin U shape equipped with 24 extra jumbo frets. The guitar has Gus G’s signature Seymour Duncan Fire Blackouts, controlled by a master volume with a 3-way pickup selector switch and a 2-Way BMP-1 preamp switch. The guitar has black hardware with locking sperzel tuners, and locking Tone Pros bridge & stop tailpiece.

 

This guitar comes with a signed magazine featuring Gus G on the cover and has an in depth interview with Gus which features several photos of THIS guitar. Also included is Gus G’s guitar pick, and I am also happy to make a COA if requested. If you would like additional information on how I acquired the guitar or any additional verification please contact me (serious inquiries only!) -Parker Lundgren

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Jackson USA Custom Shop Pablo Masterbuilt Extreme Warrior Double Neck 6 & 7 2009 Custom Graphic

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$ 9,599.99

Jackson USA Custom Shop Pablo Santana Masterbuilt Extreme Warrior Double Neck 6 & 7 string made in 2009. This custom built one of a kind guitar was built by master luthier Pablo Santana whom created a series of custom one-off and limited run body shapes that were extreme versions of Jackson guitar’s  already edgy shaped models such as the Warrior and Kelly. The original owner of this guitar had a large collection of Pablo Santana’s One-off & Extreme bodied guitars and had this guitar custom ordered which was featured at the 2009 NAMM convention along with several other masterbuilt guitars that we now have listed at Diablo Guitars. 

 

 

This guitar features a base model of a cross between an  Extreme Warrior & Kelly and is split between an upper 6-string intended for leads and a lower 7-string for rhythms. The Guitar is controlled by a single 3-way selector switch in which the upper position is the isolated 6-string, the middle position is off, and the down position is the isolated 7-string. The guitar comes equipped with EMG 81 & 85 in the 6-string and EMG 707’s in the 7-string. 

 

 

The guitar body is made out of high quality light-weight mahogany with a 3-piece mahogany neck and ebony fretboard with string-thru construction. The guitar weighs in at an impressive 11lbs 15.4 oz which is light for a guitar of this size and wood selections. This custom-bodied guitar is finished in a custom graphic made by world renown fantasy artist Mauricio Herrera. The finish that covers the entire body, headstock and neck (with exception to the fingerboard). The paint job seamlessly covers the dual sets of EMG pickups and pickup rings as well as the sides and bottom of the guitar. The guitar has mother of pearl inlays that are the “Extreme” versions of the classic Jackson Shark fins that feature sharper cuts and points and can be seen in some of Pablo Santanas Masterbuilt guitars. Both sets of “Extreme” inlays point inward as well as both headstock which are inlayed in mother of pearl Jackson logos. Both guitar necks feature Jackson’s standard .790-.850 neck thickness, compound radius fingerboards, 24 Jumbo Frets and both have 25.5” scale lengths. 

 

 

The guitar comes with black hardware, Schaller tuning machines, and a single dome-knob master volume control. This guitar is in near mint condition and has been freshly re-strung with .10-.46 gauge strings on the 6-string neck & .10-.59 on the 7-string neck. as well as properly setup in A440 tuning. This guitar comes with the Jackson guitars Spec sheet, factory check list/COA, and corresponding emails between the owner/orderer and Jackson guitars. The guitar comes with the original G&G custom made hardshell case. 

 

 

This is needless to say a one of a kind guitar like no other. From the body shape to the custom painted graphic this guitar is a work of art and a timeless collectors piece or head turner for stage. Please contact me with any questions as I am in regular contact with the original owner/orderer of the guitar. 

ESP Custom Shop SAKOKU “Dankon” R.S. Bullets Museum Piece NAMM 2010

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$ 9,299.99

ESP Custom Shop SAKOKU “Dankon” R.S. Bullets museum piece made for the NAMM convention in 2010. This guitar was built by ESP Japan’s Custom Shop master luthier Masao Orihalcon whom has built some of ESP’s most iconic Custom Shop one of a kind guitars over the years that are true masterpieces. Masao Orihalcon’s exceptional craftsmanship using the finest quality of premium woods and components brings to life some of the most unique, interesting and elaborate ideas that have ever been imagined to fabricate a guitar into. 

 

 

Not only are Masao Orihalcon’s creations aesthetically stunning works of guitar art, but they are foremost fully functioning handmade superior quality instruments that play, sound and feel leaps and bounds better than any standard  production guitars on the market. Each one of these guitars are unique in their own right and have one of a kind features that you will not find on any other guitar in the world. 

 

 

From ESP JAPAN : “Sakoku features a bullet hole in the guitar body in 3 dimensions. This custom guitar was named “Dankon” (Bullet Mark in English). The original image came from the Japanese Edo era, the Shogunate, the “national seclusion”(SAKOKU in Japanese), and Admiral Perry’s visit to Japan to open up the seclusion. The original name of this guitar was SAKOKU.” 

 

 

This guitar has an ESP star shape made form a chambered alder body with a bolt-on maple neck and an ebony fretboard. The guitar most notably has realistic 3 dimensional routes to resemble gun shot wounds to the body and neck of the guitar. There are 5 gun shots total which are located at the upper headstock, the center if the body, and one at each of the 3 points of the guitars body. This is one of the most badass guitar concepts in existence and it is done extremely well! Aside from the cool aesthetics of the gun shot wounds, the holes combined with the chambered body make for a very light weight, well balanced and comfortable guitar weighing in at only 6lbs 5.3oz. The see through rusted metal ESP logo on the upper horn in-between two of the gun shot wounds reveals a rustic cage-like body chamber. The guitar body is bound in a studded sewn-on looking rustic design that meets in the center of the body and has realistic holes revealed in the midst of each shot gun blast which shows the level of artistry and detail the builder is known for. 

 

 

The guitar neck is a standard 24.75” scale length with medium C neck profile, and a 12” fingerboard radius on a solid dark black ebony fretboard with no inlays. Th neck is equipped with Black Gotoh tuning machines, a brass nut, and 24 jumbo frets. This guitar has a single Seymour Duncan High-output SH-8B Invader bridge pickup which is loud, vicious and unapologetic controlled by a single master volume knob. The guitar has a Tune-O-Matic bridge with a string though body design and a bolt-on neck.

 

 

This guitar is in near mint condition with only a couple of minor scratches that blend in with the rest of the guitars finish scheme. The guitar has not been gigged and does not have any belt buckle marks pick scratches. This guitar has been freshly re-strung with .09-.42 gauge strings and setup in standard A440 tuning. Comes with the COA and original hardshell case. Audio and video demos coming soon! 

ESP Custom Shop EX Hellcat Graphic NAMM 2008

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$ 8,499.99

ESP Custom Shop EX Hellcat Graphic NAMM 2008. This guitar was made as a show piece for the 2008 NAMM convention. This guitar is a based off of the ESP EX model but has all of the best craftsmanship, woods and visual artistry that the ESP Custom Shop has to offer and is very well known for. The guitar body and neck are made from a very high-quality light-weight mahogany weighing in at a well balanced 7lbs 6.8oz. The guitar has a custom paint job that covers the entire top of the guitar body, halfway down the sides of the body, the pickups, pickup rings, fretboard and headstock. The full color graphic entitled “Hellcat” is of a red devil girl with wings and horns, blue hair, and thigh high purple stockings that say “Hell Cat” on them. The red stripes though a two-face black and white color scheme flows across the face of the body halfway down the sides of the guitar and all the way down the fretboard to the headstock with a custom ESP headtsock logo using a money sign for the S.  The quality and detail of the graphics on the guitar are incredible and you can see how this guitar was built specifically as a museum piece for NAMM. 

 

 

This guitar is in excellent condition, with only light surface scratches. This guitar has been freshly re-strung with .10-.46 gauge strings and setup in A44 standard tuning. The guitar comes with the ESP Custom Shop COA, ESP registration card/factory spec sheet, original purchase receipt, case and case candy. Audio and video demos coming soon!

ESP Custom Shop EX Sharks Graphic NAMM Museum Piece 2009

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$ 7,999.99

ESP Custom Shop EX Sharks Graphic NAMM 2009. This guitar model was originally made as a one-off for NAMM in 2008 but had such a great response that they re-made it again for NAMM in 2009 and here it is! This guitar is a based off of the ESP EX model but has all of the best craftsmanship, woods and visual artistry that the ESP Custom Shop has to offer and is very well known for. The guitar body and neck are made from a very high-quality light-weight mahogany weighing in at a well balanced 7lbs 3.8oz. The guitar has a custom paint job that covers the entire top of the guitar body, pickups, pickup rings, fretboard and headstock. The back of the guitar is a dark blue similar to the darker half of the guitar headstock. The guitar fretboard has inlays of shark fins not to be confused with Jackson’s “Shark Fin” inlays. The background color of the custom finish is a blue burst that gradually goes from a dark deep Ocean blue to a light sky blue and seamlessly transitions in color on the body, neck and even headstock. The quality and detail of the shark graphics on the guitar are incredible and you can see how this guitar was built specifically as a museum piece for NAMM. 

 

 

This guitar is in near mint condition, in sunlight you can see (very few) tiny surface scratches at certain angles, but there are no dings, dents, or any significant or visible damages. This guitar has been freshly re-strung with .10-.46 gauge strings and setup in A44 standard tuning. The guitar comes with the ESP Custom Shop COA, ESP registration card/factory spec sheet, original purchase receipt, case and case candy. Audio and video demos coming soon!

Jackson USA Custom Shop Soloist SL2H Grez Double-Sided Graphic Bio-Mech Girl 2007

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$ 3,999.99

Jackson USA Custom Shop SL2H Soloist with one-off graphic by Johnnie Grez built for the 2007 NAMM convention. This guitar features a one of a kind graphic by legendary artist Johnnie Grez that is entitled “Bio-Mech girl”. This graphic is primarily black and grey and features a large skull, snake eyes, and a demon on the front with a bio-mech girl face on the back, and grim reaper on the neck. The custom paint job seamlessly flows through every part of the guitar flowing over the body cavities and across the EMG 81 & 85 painted active pickups as well as the painted pickup rings. 

 

 

The guitar itself is a USA custom shop soloist SL2H which features an alder body, maple neck and bound ebony fretboard with string-thru construction and Tune-O-Matic bridge. The EMG pickups are controlled by a 3-way switch and master volume and tone dome knobs. The guitar comes with Gotoh tuning machines, black hardware, and is inlayed with classic mother of pearl shark fin inlays on the fingerboard and a mother of pearl Jackson logo inlayed on the headstock. 

 

 

This guitar neck has a compound radius neck with a Jackson .775-.850 neck thickness that is a 25.5” scale length and has 24 jumbo frets. This guitar has been freshly re-strung with .10-.46 gauge strings and is setup in A440 tuning. The guitar is in excellent condition with only minor scratches and a couple of very tiny dings. This guitar plays, looks and sound incredible! Comes with the original G&G hardshell case, original receipt, and Jackson owners manual, but no COA was given at NAMM at time of purchase. I am happy to include a printed spec sheet from this listing if requested. Audio and video demos coming soon!