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Gitar ini scale-nya lebih besar – 27″ scale – berarti necknya lebih panjang daripada ukuran umumnya.
Jenis gitar ajib ini adalah gitar bariton. Tujuannya untuk mendapatkan tone yang lebih heavy, lebih berat suaranya, lebih dalem dan lebih dark.
Cocok sangat untuk musik metal, hardcore, dll.
Salah satu band hardcore yang pake gitar ini adalah band asal Jerman, Annisokay.
Third Eye Guitars (often referred to as 3YE) is the brain child of Jerome and jb, owners of the French guitar company Custom77.
3YE Guitars was created in 2012 as an opportunity to develop metal oriented guitars that couldn’t fit in Custom77 distinctive vintage style catalog.
At this time, Eric Poncet from Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, who was playing Custom77 guitars for a long time, was coming back from the Vans Warped Tour and was seeking for a baritone guitar that could handle Chunk! low tuning.
That collaboration resulted in the first 3YE Guitars signature model: the London’s Burning Baritone CNCC.
The rapid, and deserved, rise of Chunk! coincided perfectly with the development of Third Eye Guitars.
That signature model had a raging success and was sold to CNCC fans worldwide in a couple of month!
Eric Poncet & Paul Wilson from Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, Joey Sturgis (producer of Asking Alexandria, The Devil Wears Prada, We Came as Romans, Emmure), City Lights (USA), Early Seasons (France), Wake the Giants (Australia), The Earl Grey (France), Falling Here (Italia), Dance no Thanks (Italia), Now I See (Russia), Legend of You (USA), Well Planned Attack (Italia).
The Lust For Life was the first original guitar design from Custom77 and it was meant to be the same for Third Eye Guitars. Starting from that instrument, 3YE removed every vintage feel to reveal its inside beast. No pickguards, strings through body and a dynamic wood binding re-invented the visual and forced 3YE to referred it as “Evil Twin”, becoming Lust For Life sinister clone. Seymour Duncan Blackouts were the perfect pickups to match this lively guitar and reach perfectly that woody, warm and intensely organic sought-after sound. The Blackouts supercharge the instrument’s tonal quality and scream with an animalistic emotion and toothy bite.