Charvel has partnered with Henrik Danhage, guitarist for Swedish prog-metallers Evergrey, for his really own signature electric guitar, the – deep breath – Henrik Danhage Limited Version Trademark Pro-Mod So-Cal Style 1.
Danhage’s model includes an ash body in White Relic surface, teamed with a bolt-on, graphite rod-reinforced maple neck, with 12″-16″ compound-radius fretboard as well as rolled edges. The neck’s relic ‘d, as well, and flaunts a natty reverse headstock.This specific
Charvel is noteworthy for featuring 2 brands of pickups: a Seymour Duncan JB TB-4 humbucker shows up in the bridge, while DiMarzio’s Location 67 solitary coil handles neck tones.” Wait!” we hear you weep.
“There’s no pickup selector!”While there’s just a solitary volume control(classified ‘tone’, à la EVH), this doubles up as a push/push selector to switch between the bridge as well as neck pickups.Finally, a Floyd Rose 1000 Collection double-locking tremolo is onboard for divebombs as well as leading adjusting stability.The Henrik Danhage Limited Edition Trademark Pro-Mod So-Cal Design 1 is readily available from November for$1,599/ ₤ 1,519. See Charvel Guitars for even more details.