ANNIHILATOR Mainman Auctioning TOM ARAYA Model ESP Bass Guitar

ANNIHILATOR mainman Jeff Waters is auctioning off an ESP TA-204 Tom Araya model bass guitar on eBay.

This "killer" TA-204 bass guitar by ESP was used by Waters on the band's "All for You" CD (2004) and on tour in the summer of 2004 while ANNIHILATOR supported metal legends JUDAS PRIEST on their reunion tour though Europe.

This "rare" TA-204 Tom Araya model is ideal for the player looking to rock just as hard as the SLAYER frontman live or for heavy-gauge slammin' in the studio. With a body of basswood, rosewood fingerboard, bolt-on maple neck, EMG 35-HZ set and Pentagram inlays, this is one "killer evil" bass.

Jeff Waters is selling this near-mint condition bass beast, as he and ANNIHILATOR are no longer officially endorsing ESP and have moved on to another company. Like-new condition, comes with case and Jeff Waters will autograph it for you, if you wish, and will include an autographed copy of ANNIHILATOR's "All for You".

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