This lightly used ESP LTD SC-20 celebrates the 20th anniversary of influential and innovative guitarist Stephen Carpenter (Deftones) getting his first ESP Signature Series guitar. The SC-20 is a six-string model, harkening back to Stef’s early days with ESP. A neck-thru-body design, the SC-20 offers a three-piece maple neck with alder sides, as well as a Macassar ebony fingerboard with glow in the dark side markers. It includes components such as a high-output Seymour Duncan JB pickup paired with an ESP Designed LH-150N humbucker and LS-120N single-coil pickup, a TonePros locking TOM bridge with string-thru-body, and LTD locking tuners. The guitar remains in super clean, excellent condition.
  • Solidbody Electric Guitar
  • Alder Body
  • 3-Piece Maple Neck
  • Macassar Ebony Fretboard
  • 25.5" Scale Length
  • Thin U Neck Contour
  • 24 Extra Jumbo Frets
  •  ESP Designed LS-120 Neck, LH-150N Middle and Seymour Duncan JB Bridge Pickups
  • Volume/Tone/5-Way Switch
  • Tonepros Locking TOM Bridge w/ String Thru
  • LTD Locking Tuners
  • Chrome Hardware

ConditionMint (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • SC-20 Stephen Carpenter Signature
Finish
  • 3 Tone Burst
Categories
Fretboard Radius
  • 13.78"
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Body Shape
  • S-Style
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Neck Material
  • Maple
Offset Body
  • No
Finish Style
  • Gloss
Body Type
  • Solid Body
Body Material
  • Alder
Neck Construction
  • Neck-Through
Fretboard Material
  • Ebony
Bridge/Tailpiece Type
  • String-Through
Finish Features
  • Matching Headstock
Scale Length
  • 25.5"
Number of Frets
  • 24

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The Music Zoo

Farmingdale, NY, United States
Sales:18,780
Joined Reverb:2013

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