EastCoast GS500-TGB Grey Burst

£149.00 In Stock

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EastCoast GS500-TGB Grey Burst

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Manufacturer's ID: EC-GS500-TGB

What we say:

At A Glance:

The EastCoast GS500 is a tasteful take on the lead guitar. With its contoured top, maple neck and HSS pickup configuration, this EastCoast guitar fits many styles of music and would make an excellent first electric guitar. 

Features We Love:

Okoume Wood

Okoume is similar to Mahogany in tone, it’s loved for its weighty feel, rich low end and smooth high-end character.

Pickups

The guitar features a configuration with one humbucker and two single-coil pickups. It's a classic configuration that works with most styles of music. While the humbucker produces a fuller tone that's essential for rock and metal music, the single-coil pickups a loved for their chiming tone that's behind blues, funk and pop guitar.

Tremolo System

From Hank Marvin to Eddie Van Halen, what guitarist doesn’t love to use and abuse a whammy bar? With tasteful vibratos, flutters and divebombs at your fingers, this guitar’s tremolo system could become a key part of your own signature sound.

Pros:

  • Covers a wide range of sounds
  • Great tuning stability
  • High quality tonewood

Other Things To Consider:

Love this guitar? Why not browse our full range of EastCoast guitars.

What's Included:

  • EastCoast GS500-TGB Grey Burst

Specification

Body Okoume
Neck Maple
Fingerboard Purpleheart
Construction Bolt On
Pickups Humbuckers, Single-Coil, Single-Coil
Scale Length 25.5"

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 5 (1 reviews)

william s. - 18/2/2021