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ESP Jeff Hanneman Signature - Urban Camo E2120212


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The ESP Jeff Hanneman was one of the final ESP Signature Series guitars designed by the late founding member, songwriter, and guitarist of Slayer. Handmade by the legendary luthiers at the ESP Custom Shop in Japan, the ESP Jeff Hanneman embodies the true spirit of this metal legend. Made with the stability to handle Jeff's frantic leads and brutal rhythms, it has neck-thru-body construction at 25.5" scale, with an alder body and a three-piece maple neck with ebony fingerboard that features Hanneman's own custom "H Dagger" inlays. This guitar has a uniquely powerful component set that includes Gotoh tuners, a Kahler 2315 bridge, and an EMG 85 (neck)/EMG 81 (bridge) active pickup set. The ESP Jeff Hanneman includes a hardshell case and a Certificate of Authenticity from ESP. Available in an unmistakable Urban Camo finish.


BODY Alder
NECK Hard Maple 3P
FINGERBOARD Ebony, 24frets w/White Binding
INLAY Mirror Dagger and H at 1-9th frets
SCALE 648 mm
NUT Locknut (40mm/R1)
CONSTRUCTION Neck-thru-body
BRIDGE Kahler #2315
(Bridge ) EMG81
CONTROL Master Volume, MasterTone
EMG SPC controls, Toggle PU Selector
COLOR Urban Camo

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