AJ-7 Evertune is one of two brand new Andy James signature LTD models (with the other being the six-stringed AJ-1 Evertune). It is the seven-stringed half of the lineup and it shares a lot of features with the six-string half. The main difference between the two would be found in color palette, where the AJ-1 sports Black Satin and AJ-7 rocks the Snow White Satin. There`s no info on ESP`s site on the pricing for these two metal machines. AJ-7 Evertune`s main features include a solid and double-cut mahogany body (black binding, beveled top), a 3-piece maple neck (through-body construction), a 24-fret ebony fingerboard (custom Andy James inlays), seven-saddled Evertune bridge, EMG 57/66 pickups (7-string variants), and locking LTD tuners.
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