Jason Hook's Signature Gibson Explorer - M4 Sherman
Jason Hook's Gibson Explorer M4-Sherman Specs
BODY
Body Style: Explorer
Body Species: Mahogany
HARDWARE
Plating Finish: Chrome
Tailpiece: Gibson Stop Bar
Bridge: Gibson Tune-O-Matic
Tuners: Mini Grovers
ELECTRONICS
Neck Pickup: Seymour Duncan JH-N
Bridge Pickup: Seymour Duncan JH-B
Pickup Covers: No
Controls: 2 Volume - 1 Tone - 3-Way Toggle
Control Knobs: Black Speed
Control Pocket Cover: No
NECK
Species: Mahogany
Nut: Corian
Nut Width: Standard Gibson: 1.695" +/- .050"
Headstock Inlay: Gibson Logo
Truss Rod: Gibson Adjustable Truss Rod
Truss Rod Cover: Bell-shaped cover
FINGERBOARD
Fingerboard Species: North American Rosewood
Inlays: Acrylic dot
Number of Frets: 22
Scale Length: 24 3/4"
FINISH
JASON HOOK: White and Army Green
Military Graphic
CASE
 
Type:
Gibson Hardshell
Case Interior:
White
Case Exterior:
ARMY GREEN
Silkscreen: Gibson USA Logo/
M4•SHERMAN Graphic
Jason Hook's Signature Gibson Explorer - M4 Sherman
Jason Hook's Signature Gibson Explorer - M4 Sherman Jason Hook's Signature Gibson Explorer - M4 Sherman Jason Hook's Signature Gibson Explorer - M4 Sherman

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With its angular, asymmetrical body and pointed headstock, the legendary Gibson Explorer was light years ahead of its time when it was first introduced in 1958. In fact, the Explorer was such a radical departure that Gibson produced only about 100 of the famed instruments—many of which are now highly prized collectibles selling for upwards of half a million dollars. Today, the same far-out, futuristic Gibson Explorer—reintroduced in the mid-1970s—is one of the most coveted powerhouses of screaming rock and roll.