ERNIE BALL EVH TRIBUTE BY JET CITY GUITARS USA MADE

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For your consideration....

This was built by JET CITY GUITARS in Belfair, Washington USA.

This is an exact replica of a 1990 Ernie Ball Musicman EVH. Eddies #1...Amber quilt. Scotts attention to detail is absolutely amazing!!! It was built with choice woods and top notch hardware and electronics! The EB decals were put on before I owned it...this is not an Ernie Ball guitar.

It features a Basswood body with a heavily quilted maple top, a highly figured birdseye maple neck, EVH Wolfgang pickups, a real Floyd Rose tremolo, Hipshot tuners with pearl buttons and a CTS 500k pot with a Switchcraft toggle and jack.

This EVH has a fast satin finish on the back of the neck. The frets are like new. It sets up with a low/fast action. The Wolfgang pickups sound incredible!!! Its truly a beast of a guitar...light and well balanced!!

Cosmetically, its in near mint condition....just some light pick swirls....no cracks, breaks or repairs.

The case is a deluxe G&G style...crushed velvet interior, faux leather exterior...fits the guitar snug and perfect.

The original EBMM EVHs with this caliber of top and in this condition will set you back a solid $3500....own this high quality USA built replica for less than half!!!!!

I have played and owned many of these EBMM EVHs and if you did a blind taste test between the 2....you wouldn't know the difference!!

I am also throwing in a die cut 5150 decal....to make it look just like Eddies #1, if you wish to do so.
NO FLASH WAS USED IN THESE PICS...THE TOP IS THAT GOOD

$1600 plus shipping

Thanks for looking!!!!

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I'll take it! I was looking to mod the pickups in one and this looks like the ticket for that. Is the neck exactly the same? The Axis necks were slightly different?
 

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I'll take it! I was looking to mod the pickups in one and this looks like the ticket for that. Is the neck exactly the same? The Axis necks were slightly different?
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