A Day To Remember‘s guitarist, Neil Westfall has created 6 albums and has toured for 15 years and counting with rock band A Day To Remember. Their massive following has only gotten bigger since the release of their incredibly successful album, Bad Vibrations, which really showcases the heavy guitar riffs within the bands sound. Well, Now ADTR’s Neil Westfall has his own signature model ESP Guitar on the market, His signature model going by the name of NW-44. Westfall has been endorsing ESP guitars since 2012.

Westfall’s new signature model blends classic looks with modern design and features a single Bareknuckle pickup, Set-Thru construction and a 25.5″ scale length. The signature model description on ESP Guitar’s website reads, “Based on the ESP Custom Shop guitar created by Neil Westfall of A Day to Remember, the LTD NW-44 uses the classic single-cutaway design of the Eclipse body style. It offers set-thru construction at 25.5” scale, yielding smooth and fast access to the highest frets. The NW-44 has a mahogany body with maple cap, a mahogany neck with an ebony fingerboard, block inlays, and 24 extra-jumbo frets, and comes in a great-looking Olympic White finish. Designed to rock, the NW-44 provides a single Bare Knuckle Aftermath pickup with one volume control.”

The guitar is currently marked at $1,427.00 with the on sale price of $999.00 on ESP Guitars website. You can buy the guitar, HERE.

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