Over the course of last 20 or so years, general trends in rock and metal went towards lower tunings, seventh and eighth string became quite common occurrence and elongated scales are not a rarity anymore. Though with some latency, Gibson catches up with one of the hottest new trends, the baritone scale. Baritone domain starts at 27", while this Explorer rocks the 28" scale. This type of scale can support drop B , drop A and even lower tunings without breaking a sweat. Baritone Explorer is still solid, single cut and made of mahogany. It features a pair of series standard pickups. 500T is installed in the bridge and 496R in the neck position. Neck is also made of mahogany and it sports the standard series back contour. Preciosa fingerboard has 22 frets with dot inlays.
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