Gibson '84 Explorer Reissue No Longer Available

Reissue Solidbody Electric Guitar with Mahogany Body and Neck, Ebony Fingerboard, and EMG Pickups - Alpine White
Item ID: DS84AWCH

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Gibson '84 Explorer Reissue
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$1,269.95

A metal classic reborn!

When the Explorer debuted 50 years ago, no one knew that this uniquely styled guitar would forever change electric guitar design. Three decades later, the Explorer was standard fare on stage and in the studio with the world's leading metal bands. With a unique, triangular control figuration and no pickguard, the clean lines of this Alpine White '84 Explorer Reissue are undeniably eye-catching. A pair of EMG pickups is the final touch on this metal masterpiece. Relive the glory days of '80s metal with this Gibson Guitar of the Week '84 Explorer Reissue, a limited run of just 400.

Gibson '84 Explorer Reissue Features:
  • Body: Mahogany
  • Color: Alpine White
  • Neck Species: Mahogany
  • Profile: Explorer
  • Peghead Pitch: 17 degree
  • Neck Joint Location: 19th Fret
  • Head Inlay: Gibson Logo
  • Fingerboard Species: Ebony
  • Scale Length: 24 3/4"
  • Number of Frets: 22
  • Nut Width: 1.695"
  • Inlays: Dot
  • Hardware Plating Finish: Chrome
  • Tailpiece: Stopbar
  • Bridge: Nashville
  • Knobs: Black Speed Knobs
  • Tuners: Chrome Mini-Grovers
  • Neck Pickup: EMG-60
  • Bridge Pickup: EMG-81
  • Controls: Two volume, one tone, three-way switch
Conjure thrashin' tones circa 1984 with the Gibson Explorer reissue!

Tech Specs

Manufacturer Part Number DS84AWCH1

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