CRADLE OF FILTH Guitarist Auctioning 'Thornography' Touring/Recording Axes

CRADLE OF FILTH guitarist Charles Hedger is selling two of his ESP (LTD) guitars in a rare one-off sale as he has recently changed endorsement to LAG guitars. He is happy to sell them internationally, but for all those who cannot collect locally (Charles is based in Essex, U.K.), they must pay all postage costs.

The first guitar (M-1000) features EMG active 81 set pickups, and a 24-fret thru neck. It was used by Charles at the Download 2006, Rock am Ring 2006, Hellfest 2006 and numerous other festivals. It has also appeared in countless live videos, including Download and Rock Am Ring, and was used on numerous tours, including those in Europe and America. In addition, it was recorded on the band's latest release, "Thornography", and has appeared in various shoots from all over the world. It is said to be "toured condition," but still working fine. Offers of £1500 and above are accepted. Charles will sign the guitar if requested.

The second guitar (MH-1000) fatures a fixed bridge, 24 frets, EMG pickups and a thru neck. It has appeared at many festivals across the world as Charles' backup guitar to his M-1000. It was also recorded on "Thornography" as Charles' main recording guitar. The price is lower due to faulty electronics that can be fixed by a professional. Offers of £1000 and above are accepted. Charles will sign the guitar if requested.

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