Go inside his impressive tone bunker, fortified with silver 7-string ESP sig models, 21st-century Fishman pickups, and stacks of 5150 and JCM800 disciples.

This is a custom shop ESP KS M-7 Evertune finished in desert sun yellow (dayglow paint). It still features the same tonewoods and pickups, but does have fret markers, a Floyd Rose trem, and S-style knobs. 


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