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EastCoast HM1 Metallic Blue Rosewood Fingerboard

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Manufacturer's ID: EC-HM1-MB

What we say:

At A Glance:

The EastCoast HM1 is a guitar built for modern metal! It's lightweight Poplar body will have you playing hard for hours, while the 24 medium jumbo frets, 6-saddle tremolo and high output humbuckers scream out for huge riffs and soaring leads.

Features We Love:

Poplar Body

As a body wood, Poplar is tonally similar to Alder, the classic body wood for an S type guitar, with the added bonus of being very lightweight!

Pickups

This guitar comes rigged with a pair of High Output EC-HM Ceramic Humbuckers, built for modern heavy metal tones.

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.

Highlights:

  • Striking looks and style
  • Built for modern metal
  • High output Pickups
  • Lightweight Poplar Body
  • Reliable 6-Saddle Tremolo

Specification

Body Poplar
Neck Maple
Fingerboard Rosewood
Scale 25.5"
Frets 24 Medium Jumbo
Pickups High Output EC-HM Ceramic Humbuckers
Controls Volume, Tone, 3-Way-Pickup Switch
Bridge Fully-Adjustable, 6-Saddle Dual Fulcrum Tremolo
Tuners Enclosed Machine Heads