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Edwards E-LP 98 LTS 2012 Cherry Sunburst MIJ Japan

Price$956.44
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Listed:a year ago
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Watchers:52
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Guitarzilla
Leeds, United Kingdom
(276)
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Joined Reverb
2018

Edwards E-LP-98 SD Les Paul

Another stunner. Edwards guitars are built exclusively for the Japanese domestic market by ESP; these guitars are very much inspired by traditional American designs and boast stunning build quality, spec and finish.

Our E-LP 98LTS is a stunning Les Paul style guitar sporting a pair of Seymour Duncan pickups and a gorgeous Maple cap! One of the Lacquer Taste models, these have a flash nitro finish which looks and feels fantastic, and it will wear beautifully over time.

Spec:
  • Bound 1 piece Mahogany body
  • Stunning Maple top
  • Bound Mahogany neck with Rosewood fingerboard
  • Bone nut
  • 22 frets
  • Trapezoid inlays
  • Seymour Duncan JB in the bridge position
  • Seymour Duncan '59 in the neck position
  • 2x Master Volume control
  • 2x Master Tone control
  • 3-way pickup selector
  • Gotoh vintage style tuners
  • Gotoh Tune-o-Matic bridge
  • Gotoh Stopbar tailpiece
A couple of scratches here and there, some oxidisation to the metal parts but nothing unsightly. Freshly set up with Daddario 10's and ready to go!

We endeavour to describe all our instruments with the upmost accuracy, if you have any questions about any of our guitars please don't hesitate to ask! All our guitars are professionally checked and set-up before they are shipped out to you, if you have any specific set-up requirements please let us know and we will happily accommodate you.

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