NAPALM DEATH bassist Shane Embury, who plays guitar in BRUJERIA under the name Hongo, is selling his seven-string ESP guitar that has been used on stage and to record some of the most memorable BRUJERIA riffs.

A description of the guitar reads as follows: "After countless live shows with BRUJERIA, guitarist Hongo is letting go of his beloved seven-string ESP Viper 407. This guitar has accompanied him and the band all over the world and cranked out such classics like 'Matando Gueros', 'Division Del Norte', 'March De Odio' and 'Brujerizmo', to name a few. A new album is in the works and this baby laid down all of the guitar tracks for that forthcoming monster. This guitar has a great tone and sound and can be heard and seen on many a YouTube clip. The guitar is in tip-top condition and comes with a free guitar case as well."

For more information and to place a bid, go to this location.


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