General trends in rock and metal music lean towards lower tunings and guitars with extended range. Gibson is surely not among the first brands to accept these new trends, but they catching up with leading brands, such as Ibanez, Jackson and others. This seven-string Explorer is every bit strong, attractive and modern, as any seven-stringer made by other brands. Flat, single-cut body is still made of mahogany and equipped with a set in neck joint. Seven-saddled tune-o-matic bridge is backed up by a stoptail bar and fronted with a pair of EMG`s active humbuckers for extended range guitars. Standard controls unit follows the pickups. Set in neck is made of mahogany and it features the modern asymmetrical contour in the back. 22-fret fingerboard on it`s top is made of rosewood.
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Gibson Explorer 7-String 4.35 out of 5 based on 5 ratings
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