Own A Piece Of EMPEROR History
Over the years, former EMPEROR frontman Ihsahn's guitar-collection has grown considerably, especially since he started working with Ibanez, and space is becoming an issue. His old ESP is already on its way to the Rockheim museum in Trondheim and now he has decided to auction the trusted Jackson DK1.
This Jackson Dinky has served as one of Ihsahn's main guitars for over a decade, both in the studio and on the road. It can be heard on such EMPEROR recordings as "IX Equilibrium", "Prometheus" and even seen on the live DVD, "Emperial Live Ceremony", several PECCATUM albums and Ihsahn's first solo album, "The Adversary", doing its last service on the first EMPEROR reunion shows in 2006.
The guitar is in very good condition and has few cosmetic flaws. Comes in original case and can be signed depending on the buyers wishes.
Model: DK1 USA
Fretboard: Ebony with shark-tooth inlays
Bridge: Floyd Rose Orig.
Pickups: Seymour Duncan
Prod. Year: 1997
Serial Nr: 004675
Bids can be made at this location.
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