ST. VINCENT’s Ernie Ball Music Man Signature Got a Limited Edition DayGlo Makeover

Ernie Ball Music Man St. Vincent

Just in time for her new record – Masseduction – Annie Clark, the guitarist/musician AKA St. Vincent, gave her EBMM signatures a full overhaul. Starting from the top, the axe itself is already pretty divisive in shape alone; especially in the metal community. The blacker-than-the-blackest-black version from earlier this year did totally win me over, but I can’t speak for everyone on that.


In a much brighter and bolder move, though, St. Vincent and the EBMM team went dumb in the paint department. Limited to 3 pieces each, you’d have to act quick to snag one of the following:

With 3 DiMarzio mini ‘buckers, ebony boards, stainless steel frets, and matte finishes, these suckers are spec’ed to play. I don’t know about you, but nobody’d have to twist my arm to play an orange/leopard version. Hell, any of these would undoubtedly be a rad, one-of-a-kind conversation piece in your collection. For a modest offering of $2499, you’ll even get a copy of the new album.

Check it out.

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Gear Gods intern Maxwell studied English at Cal Poly Pomona and has since realized life ain’t all about semicolons and syntax. He’s studying audio now, and will probably judge your music taste before your grammar.

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