A neck-thru baritone loaded with Seymour Duncan pickups.

San Luis Obispo, CA (July 18, 2016) -- Esoterik Guitars has just released their first 27" scale length neck-thru baritone model, the LK27. The Esoterik LK27 features amazing tone, response, control and sustain. It combines a five-piece maple and walnut neck secured between a lightweight (carved top/concave back) swamp ash body, 24 easily accessible jumbo stainless steel frets on a rosewood fretboard with rosewood binding, 27" scale length, 3 mm centered pearl dots and glow-in-the-dark side dots on a 16" radius board. This model also features a conveniently located spoke nut truss rod and a natural/clear satin finish. New semi-trans satin black finish option will be coming soon. This guitar comes loaded with Seymour Duncan JB/59 pickups, a TonePros bridge with string-thru body, a GraphTech nut, and Gotoh 510 mini tuners. It comes with a single master volume, a 5-way selector switch and a killswitch. The wood-matched electronics cavity cover plate also features a laser engraving with the Esoterik “E” logo. The LK27 headstock is topped with a rosewood overlay with a mother-of-pearl inlaid logo. All new Esoterik Guitars include a custom fit hard-shell case, a custom setup and a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

The LK27 features:

  • Swamp ash body
  • Neck-through design
  • 5-piece maple and walnut neck
  • 24 easily accessible jumbo stainless steel frets
  • 27" scale length
  • Glow-in-the-dark side dots
  • Spoke nut truss rod
  • Seymour Duncan JB/59 pickups
  • TonePros bridge with string-thru body
  • GraphTech nut
  • Gotoh 510 tuners
  • Carved top and concave back
  • Laser engraved cover plate
  • Natural/clear finish

$985 when ordered direct at esoterikguitars.com

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