WILL ADLER WARBIRD DISTRESSED

BLACK W/ GRAPHIC

WILL ADLER WARBIRD DISTRESSED
$6,999.00
with case
(U.S. Only)

Crafted one at a time by the expert luthiers at the ESP Custom Shop in Japan, the ESP Will Adler Warbird Distressed is as much a work of art as it is an amazing instrument. Each model is painstakingly treated to resemble a guitar that has really paid its dues with hundreds of tour stops, recording sessions, and more. This distressing treatment isn't only applied to the guitar's finish; each hardware component (like the pickup covers, controls, bridge and tailpiece) also has the worn-in look that only ESP's artists can create. As the guitarist for American metal masters Lamb of God, Will Adler required a guitar that could handle his powerful yet nuanced playing style. The ESP Will Adler Warbird Distressed offers neck-thru-body construction, with a maple-capped mahogany body, a three-piece thin U-shaped maple neck, and an ebony fingerboard with 22 extra-jumbo frets. High-end components include Sperzel locking tuners and a set of Will's own Fishman Fluence® WA signature pickups. Includes premium hardshell case and Cetificate of Authenticity from ESP. Available in highly-distressed Black with Will's Warbird graphic.

Construction Neck-Thru
Scale 24.75"
Body Mahogany
Neck 3Pc Maple
Fingerboard Ebony
Fingerboard Radius 305mm
Finish Distressed black w/ Warbird Graphic
Nut Width 43mm
Nut Type Bone
Neck Contour Thin U
Frets/Type 22 XJ
Hardware Color Gold
Strap Button Standard
Tuners Sperzel Locking
Bridge TOM Bridge & Tailpiece
Neck PU Fishman Fluence Will Adler Signature
Bridge PU Fishman Fluence Will Adler Signature
Electronics Passive
Electronics Layout Vol/Vol/Tone/Toggle Switch
Case Included Y
Controls
Controls Warbird
Media
Will Adler Warbird Interview

Will Adler Warbird Interview

A new interview with Will Adler of Lamb of God, talking about his updated ESP/LTD Signature Series Warbird models and more....
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Comments
Colin Groove

Wish this came without the warbird logo as an option.

Carl N.

You could always order one from the custom shop, you may see an ESP dealer for a quote

Sasha  R.

Lovely inspiring instrument. 

William H.

If there was a WA-600 version of this guitar, I would've scooped one up the first day it was available. The 200 version was pretty bad - bolt on neck, black pups and hardware...it would've cost way too much money to sink into it to make it look like this one.  But a WA-600 version that's much closer?  That's enticing.