MEGADETH’s DAVID ELLEFSON: Video Footage Of Phoenix Meet-And-Greet

Video footage of MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson‘s August 14 meet-and-greet at Guitar Center in Phoenix, Arizona can be seen below.

Ellefson‘s new signature model bass guitar from Jackson, the U.S.A. Custom Shop David Ellefson Signature Model Jackson Concert Bass, is based on the Jackson Concert Bass with which Ellefson recorded MEGADETH‘s landmark 1990 metal magnum opus “Rust In Peace”. Further, it’s a spot-on replica of the instrument he played during MEGADETH‘s triumphant “Rust In Peace” 20th-anniversary tour in 2010 (as seen in the MEGADETH “Rust In Peace Live” DVD/CD and “The Big 4” live from Sofia, Bulgaria DVD).

The bass features an alder body, quartersawn maple neck with compound-radius ebony fingerboard and jumbo frets, pearl shark fin inlays, EMG 35CS neck pickup and EMG 35DC bridge pickup, EMG BQS electronics, Badass bridge, Hipshot tuners, limited-edition burned-in fallout logo and “Rust In Peace”-themed case.

Ellefson previously stated about his affiliation with Jackson, “When MEGADETH set out to replicate the ‘Rust In Peace’ tour, there was only one clear choice of bass guitar — my original Jackson Concert Bass. The instrument is based on the Jackson I played on the album and is exactly like the one I’m playing today. This bass truly takes no prisoners.”

 

 

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