This is a unique guitar from ESP/Edwards' Japanese Custom Shop. It is a replica of the famous "Tele-Gib" that Seymour Duncan made for Jeff Beck in the 70s.

Seymour Duncan made only 777 prototype Sh-2n/JB humbuckers, which this guitar has on the neck and bridge.  These pickups have a higher output than the typical JB and are rare, as is this guitar. The neck pickup is very sweet and the bridge has lot's of punch and a smooth top end. They give the guitar a nice little snarl on the lower notes too.

The frets are medium large Gibson frets with about a 13" radius, just like the original Tele-Gib. The back of the neck is a very comfortable Fender '60 medium C shape.

The finish is nitro with factory moderate relic job. The guitar is in near-mint condition with no play wear to speak of.

These are no longer in production and are extremely difficult to find.  Comes with a deluxe tweed case with red interior.

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Listed6 years ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
  • E-TE-118/RE
  • Butterscotch Blonde
  • 2004
Made In
  • Japan


Redwood City, CA, United States
Joined Reverb:2016

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