Chapman’s limited-edition Ghost Fret Pro sports a bloody finish

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Chapman Guitars has announced a limited-edition version of its Ghost Fret Pro which features an exclusive new finish.

This version of the Ghost Fret Pro sports a ‘Bad Blood’ finish laid across a carved swamp ash top. The Explorer-style model comes with a C-shape maple neck and Indian ebony fretboard adorned with stainless steel frets and glow-in-the-dark side fret-markers.

The ‘Bad Blood’ Ghost Fret Pro also comes loaded with a pair of Chapman Primordial Alnico V humbuckers that are wired for coil-splitting, and can be toggled via the push-pull tone pot. Other features include a neck-through design, a through-body hardtail bridge, Hipshot Grip-Lock high-ratio tuners, a Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL nut and strap locks.

The Chapman Guitars ‘Bad Blood’ Ghost Fret Pro will be limited to 130 units and will be sold exclusively through Guitar Center.

The GC-exclusive Ghost Fret Pro is now available for $1,099. For more information, click here.

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