Metal band Helmet has been breaking the mold since 1989, and now you can own an ESP guitar that does the same. Page Hamilton is Helmet's driving force, and has always used ESP guitars, switching out t... Read More
Metal band Helmet has been breaking the mold since 1989, and now you can own an ESP guitar that does the same. Page Hamilton is Helmet's driving force, and has always used ESP guitars, switching out the Seymour Duncans or EMGs for DiMarzios. For this limited edition of the Page Hamilton signature electric guitar, ESP has made the switch for you with a DiMarzio Air Zone humbucker.
What hasn't changed is ESP's consistent quality. With 3-piece neck-thru construction in a solid alder body, you'll have fat, awesome tone whether playing a growling, rhythm chunk or a singing, sustained solo. The ebony fingerboard and 24 extra jumbo frets will insure your guitar will always keep up with your flying fingers.
The magenta finish and black nickel hardware give a killer look to your sound, too. Grovers tuners, volume and tone controls with 3-way pickup switch toggle, and a Floyd Rose 1000 Series trem bridge.
DiMarzio Air Zone humbucker
The Air Zone has the same low string-pull as other DiMarzio Airbuckers for singing sustain, plus it has a big bass response and cool harmonics with extra sensitivity and control. It's a great match for very hot amps, allowing the player to take full advantage of massive preamp gain without turning the sound to mud or fuzzy noise.
Tech Talk: Ultra-fat PAF sound with more output. The dynamic range from soft to hard picking is very wide, and the combination of dual-resonance coils with the Airbucker magnetic field allows sustained notes to hang on to harmonic overtones longer, instead of becoming muddy as they fade.
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i have played this guitar before and thought it was an ok guitar but would recomend other esp guitars over this one. im not sure why they wanted to get rid of the emgs and put in DiMarzio pickups. some people may like them better but i prefer the emgs hands down. it is a unique looking guitar tho with its fading paint. theres not many magenta colored guitars these days either. if u want to pay the extra money to stand out go for it. i only give it 3 stars because i think there are better guitars out there for a lot less.
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