Epiphone Limited Edition Brendon Small Snow Falcon with Gig Bag

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    Epiphone introduces the second signature guitar for Dethklok creator Brendon Small, the "Snow Falcon" Outfit. This guitar features a historic Flying V profile in a one-of-a-kind Snow Burst finish plus Gibson Burstbucker humbuckers with coil-splitting, KillPot switch, LockTone bridge, Stopbar tailpiece, and Grover Rotomatics machine heads plus a Premium Custom Fitted Gigbag.

    Brendon Small is the co-creator and comedic--and musical--imagination behind Dethklok, the virtual metal band featured in the hit animated program produced by Adult Swim, Metalocalypse. Now, Epiphone and Brendon have collaborated for their second signature model and one that is truly worthy of Dethklok, "the world's greatest cultural force" and its lead guitarist Skwisgaar Skwigelf, who has already declared the new “Snow Falcon” as “totally Metal times infinity.”

    Rise of the “Snow Falcon”
    The Flying V is one of the Gibson and Epiphone family’s most iconic and original guitar designs. The new Ltd. Ed. Brendon Small “Snow Falcon” features a Mahogany body with the famous Flying V profile but without a pickguard in a Snow Burst color finish chosen by Brendon Small. The Snow Falcon has a Mahogany neck with a two-way adjustable truss rod and a 1960's SlimTaper D-profile. The neck comes with a Maple fingerboard with a 24.75” scale length, a standard 12” radius, and 22 medium jumbo frets. On the back of the headstock is a "2016" Epiphone Limited Edition logo. Both the body top and the fingerboard have single-layer white binding. A white premium custom fitted gigbag is included along with a Hand-signed Certificate of authenticity. An optional hard case is also available.

    Gibson Burstbucker Humbuckers
    For his second signature Epiphone, Brendon Small chose world famous Gibson Burstbucker humbuckers which are modeled after rare late 50s humbuckers found in “Sunburst” Les Pauls that now go for over $150,000 on the vintage market. In the neck position is a Gibson Burstbucker-1 and in the bridge position is a slightly “hotter” Gibson Burstbucker-2 for leads. The simple controls feature White “Speed” Knobs and include a Master Volume with a push/pull control for applying coil-tapping to both pickups and a Master Tone that also doubles as a KillPot switch for classic “stutter” effects.

    Classic Epiphone Hardware
    The Ltd. Ed. Brendon Small "Snow Falcon" Outfit comes with world class rock solid Epiphone hardware including a solid nickel fully adjustable LockTone bridge and Stopbar tailpiece, a solid nickel Heavy-Duty Non-Rotating 1/4" output jack, and legendary Grover Rotomatics machine heads with an 18:1 turning ratio for fast and accurate tuning.

    Lifetime Guarantee
    The Ltd. Ed. Brendon Small "Snow Falcon" Outfit comes with Epiphone’s Limited Lifetime Guarantee and Gibson 365/24/7 Customer Service. An optional hardcase is available. Rock to infinity with the new Ltd. Ed. Brendon Small "Snow Falcon" Outfit.

    Product Specifications
    Epiphone Limited Edition Brendon Small Snow Falcon Guitar Specifications
    • Body Material: Mahogany
    • Neck Material: Mahogany
    • Neck Shape: 1960's SlimTaper D-profile
    • Neck Joint: Set-Neck; Glued-In
    • Truss Rod Cover: Flying-V shape; 1-layer (White); "Epiphone" in light gray
    • Truss Rod: 2-way Adjustable
    • Scale Length: 24.75"
    • Fingerboard Material: Maple
    • Fingerboard Inlay: None
    • Frets: 22; medium-jumbo
    • Headstock Inlay: None
    • Neck Pickup: Gibson Burstbucker-1 
    • Bridge Pickup: Gibson Burstbucker-2 
    • Controls: 
      • 3-way Pickup Selector
      • 1 - Master Volume with coil-tapping
      • 1 - Master Tone with KillPot
    • Knobs: White "Speed" Knobs
    • Binding: 
      • Top = 1-layer (White)
      • Fingerboard = 1-layer (White)
      • Headstock = None
    • Fingerboard Radius: 12"
    • Bridge: Epiphone LockTone Tune-o-matic
    • Tailpiece: Epiphone LockTone Stopbar
    • Nut Width: 1-11/16"
    • Nut: Imitation Bone; Pure White
    • Hardware: Nickel
    • Machine Heads: Grover Rotomatics; 18:1 ratio
    • Pickguard: None
    • Output Jack: 1/4" Epiphone Heavy-Duty
    • Other: "2016" Limited Edition Logo on back of headstock
    • Includes: Premium Custom Fitted Gigbag; Hand-signed certificate of authenticity
    • Optional: Hard Case (940-EVCS)
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  615-871-4500 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Have the Gibson version Snow Falcon and I gotta say, it's hard to tell the difference. I've heard quality issues with some of the Epis but I guess I lucked out because mine is pristine. I love it. The phenolic fretboard looks gorgeous and plays fantastically well. So fast. Just like the Gibson one. AND it's got a Kill pot!
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    I didn't buy from AMS for the Snow Falcon but the guitar is pristine. You can get huge wide range of sounds from this beauty, it's comfortable to play, incredible tone, and versatility. I recommend this guitar 100 and 50 percent!
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    What is your opinion of this product?
    This guitar plays really well and you can get a wide range of sounds from it. However, I had to exchange my first one for having crap humbuckers and speed knobs, the next one that came had good humbuckers but even more crappy speed knobs. After about two weeks the kill pot stopped working, but it's a clicky p.o.s. killpot anyway so nothing lost there. If you got one of the better built ones its certainly worth the $799 they charge. But I've personally seen two of shabby quality and heard about just as many bad ones as good ones.
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