The ESP LTD SCT-607B Stephen Carpenter Signature 7-String Electric Guitar brings classic style to the 7-string experience. It features a tele-style alder body with neck-thru construction for impressive sustain. The comfortable neck has a thin U profile, ebony fingerboard and 24 extra-jumbo frets. Dual EMG 81-7 humbucking pickups are strategically placed and wired to a 3-way toggle, a master Volume and master Tone controls for simplified sound shaping. Black hardware is used throughout including the LTD precision tuners and Tonepros tune-o-matic bridge.
27" Baritone Scale
48mm Standard Nut
Thin U Neck Contour
24 XJ Frets
LTD Locking Tuners
Tonepros Locking TOM Bridge
EMG 81-7 (B & M) Active pickups
Explore in style the broad harmonics that 7 strings bring. Order today.
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I mostly use the guitar to jam by myself, sometimes I'll track it when I want a heavy hitter in a song. The seventh has such a good crisp and pop to it. The pickups do a phenomenal job at, well, picking up that frequency with such force and power. I only had one issue, and that was my input jack kept frying, like after every 3 hours of use. I kept taking it to a guitar mechanic and hes never seen an issue like it before. His best guess was the Active EMG's, but never heard a response from them regarding the issue. After waiting months to hear back from them, he opened up the guitar, cut every connection and resoldered it and now it works fine. Everything else is great. The weight is a little bit heavier, but that's what you would want in a 7 string. tuning is super easy and it holds its tune. I think ive maybe had to correct me tuning maybe 5 times in the last 6 months, and i bend the heck out of strings when i play. I'm personally not a big fan of having a bridge pickup AND THEN the second pickup be a mid instead of a neck. I mean, Yeah it gets the job done to even out the High's when you're in that range past the 12th fret, but like i said, personally I like it a little more dim than where its at now. But overall. ESP/LTD killed it with this guitar. It looks like 1,000, feels like 1,000, will preform like 1,000.
ESP LTD SCT-607B Stephen Carpenter Signature 7-String Electric Guitar Black