Former AMEN Guitarist Sells Custom Guitar

Former AMEN and current BLUEBIRD guitarist Paul Fig is selling the custom Paul Reed Smith guitar that he used on the first AMEN tour in the US with SLIPKNOT, and MACHINE HEAD. According to Fig, “basically I got this guitar for the studio, and brought it on my first tour. It is super solid, just a little too nice to be destroyed nightly by the like on [AMEN frontman Casey] Chaos and myself. So it stayed home for recording and rehearsals. It's been set up for Dean Markley jazz string at standard tuning, so if you want drop tuning all the way across you will have to get it set up again. I will miss this guitar. So if you are interested $1,400.00 US dollars takes the guitar. We can work out shipping details later.” Interested parties should contact Paul at:


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