"Mahogany body and neck. rosewood fingerboard. locking turners, pickups custom made (super distortion style), 3-way switch, 500K pots, .47 capacitor, two point tremolo, medium frets. hand painted by myself." - Halvor
"Sylvain Sylvain posted this on the New York Dolls Facebook page, claiming this,; ‘Just got this great Delay pedal from Sioux Guitars. It sounds really cool, the feedback knob can deliver some nasty ass over drive…I’m having lots of fun with this honey…..Check out the whole line of products including rockabilly Hair Dressing, WOW….Sylvain Sylvain’ -” Siouxguitars
"Here’s a little deja vu. I love the ESP XJ-6 in Sparkle Red I acquired last year so much that this year I tracked down its twin in Sparkle Blue. I got it from the original owner with the original case — it’s darn near mint. I am happy to provide a loving home for these made-in-Japan twins! Between the two guitars, I think the pickups are different — the blue one has a Seymour Duncan SM-1 in the neck and an SM-2 in the bridge, but I believe the red one has SM-3s in both. Next string change, I’ll find out for sure. They do sound a bit different. ESP is making this model again under the LTD line with translucent color finishes, but the sparkle finishes were only done in the late 90s and early 2000s.” - Dan Amrich
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