ESP Tombstone Case
Tombstone Case Company is ESP's newest division, tasked to create a new line of graphic-designed guitar cases.
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These new hard shell cases and gig bags for guitar and bass will feature a variety of styles and graphics, and are expected to be available later this year.
ESP started 2014 strong with a number of new guitar releases, and they don't intend to stop there. Products from their Tombstone Case Company will soon be available worldwide, further expanding the ESP's market this year.
Tombstone already created a case for ESP's new Kirk Hammett Signature Series KH-WZ White Zombie Guitar, and there are more specially designed cases to follow.
ESP Senior VP Jeff Moore says, "What led us to create Tombstone was that many ESP customers wanted to have instrument cases with a level of character that goes beyond the traditional look. We’re very excited about Tombstone as a whole new area of business for ESP, and cool new choices for our customers."
Instead of using ordinary silk-screening, Tombstone uses high-resolution digital reproduction for the graphics. They utilize a state-of-the-art graphics infusion process that result in a photo-quality reproduction and a much finer detailed look. Longtime ESP designer Dave Ruhr will create original artworks that will be used as graphics for the Tombstone Cases.
So what if you don't have an ESP guitar? The company responds, "Well first, you should. But even if you donʼt, ESP will be creating cases and gig bags to fit a variety of guitars and basses from other brands. The first Tombstone cases for ESP models will be available in the second quarter of 2014. Keep an eye out for them here on the ESP site, and at your local ESP dealer later this year!"
The first Tombstone cases for ESP models are scheduled for release on the second quarter of 2014. Subsequent Tombstone cases will also be made for use with a variety of instruments from other manufacturers. For more information, head over to ESP Guitars.
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