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“I play it every night. I've spilled beer, sweat, and blood all over it and it's held up. I'm really proud we


could pioneer a new guitar. If you're a young, up-and- coming metal player, this is the guitar for you. - Robb Flynn/MachineHead


Robb Flynn “Love/Death”


Baritone-V Outfit Epiphone has been a favorite of heavy metal artists for more than a decade. Now, Epiphone does it again with the Epiphone Robb Flynn Love/Death Baritone Flying V, designed in cooperation with Robb to be Epiphone’s lowest guitar ever. Featuring a graphite nut, EMG pickups and a custom hard case.


Hardware: Scale:


Neck Joint: Nut Width:


Nickel 27” (baritone)


Mortise and tenon 1.68” (graphite)


Neck Material: Mahogany Body Wood: Mahogany Fingerboard: Ebony Neck Pickup: EMG HA Bridge Pickup: EMG-81 Controls:


Master Volume


Tailpiece/Bridge: LockTone™ Stopbar/ Tune-o-matic


Machine Heads: Grover® locking Strings:


81/HA Colors: Includes:


58,42,32, unwound 18, 13,10


Ebony with “Love/Death” Graphic


Custom Hard Case


DESIGNER COLLECTION innovative solidbody classics


“1984” Explorer EX™ The futurist 1984 Explorer™ EX is “1984” come to life with a classic form that stands out on stage. Originally introduced in 1958, the Explorer’s radical and futuristic body shape soon became the #1 choice for hard rock and metal players. With a sleek new update of the classic design combined with high output active EMG pickups, a Mahogany body and neck, and Grover™ machine heads.


Hardware: Scale:


Nut Width: Black


24.75” 1.68”


Neck Material: Mahogany Neck Joint:


Mortise and tenon


Body Wood: Mahogany Top Wood:


Mahogany


Fingerboard: Rosewood Neck Pickup: Active EMG-85 Bridge Pickup: Active EMG-81 Controls:


1-Volume; 1-Tone


Tailpiece/Bridge: LockTone™ Stopbar/ Tune-o-matic


Machine Heads: Grover® with small metal buttons


Colors: Ebony, Alpine White


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