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This limited edition Godzilla guitar features a ‘beastly’ design

Whether you’re a finger-picker or a two-handed tapper, playing guitar is probably one of the coolest hobbies in the world. And recently, guitar company ESP created a new limited edition guitar of the movie monster, Godzilla, in celebration of its 65th anniversary.

The “rare” guitar has an alder body with 24 frets on its maple neck and an ebony fingerboard. It also includes a Floyd Rose bridge, Gotoh tuners and a single EMG-85 pickup.

via Godzilla Store
via Godzilla Store
via Godzilla Store

This was designed by legend guitarist Takamizawa Toshihiko from the Japanese band, Alfee.

via Godzilla Store

As posted in the Godzilla Store, there will be only 5 lucky fans who can purchase the monster guitar on August 7, 2019 (Wednesday) 18:00 until September 30, 2019 (Monday) 23:59:59, and will be delivered by December 2021.

via Godzilla Store

The electrical guitar is worth ¥ 5,550,000 (Php 2.7 million) plus 10% consumption tax, with free shipping. However, this is only sold in Japan, and any transactions or shipments outside are not accepted.

via Godzilla Store

What are your thoughts about this newest guitar model? Tell us in the comments below.


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