Second model in Epiphone’s Adam Jones Art Collection released – Frazetta: The Berserker 

The second out of seven artistic Antique Silverburst Les Paul models has arrived, and this one features a fiery battle scene.

Adam Jones Art Collection - The Berserker

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The second model released through the Adam Jones Les Paul Custom Art Collection has arrived, with five more to come.

First teased by Cesar Gueikian, the new model, called Frazetta: The Berserker, features sci-fi and fantasy artist Frank Frazetta’s ‘The Berserker’ on the back of the body – a medieval-esque artwork depicting a battle scene.

The model consists of:

  • A bound mahogany body with a maple cap
  • Three-piece bound maple neck with Adam Jones Custom profile
  • Ebony fretboard
  • Reverse-mounted Epiphone ProBucker Custom humbucker in the neck position
  • Seymour Duncan Distortion pickup at the bridge

As with each limited-edition guitar that’s set to be released, Frazetta: The Berserker comes with a marquee back plate showing the name of the artist and artwork, a headstock featuring an additional design by artist Korin Faught, and a Protector hardshell case. Each work of art featured on the guitar has been selected by Jones himself.

Take a closer look in the video below:

This model follows on from the first Silverburst in the line up, which featured Mark Ryden’s The Veil of Bees. Each model in the collection will be limited to 800 items.

Frazetta, the artist behind this guitar, started his career as a self-taught comic book artist, but his greatest fame has come from the vivid sword-and-sorcery and horror scenes that he creates for book covers, movie posters, and album art, according to Epiphone.

Frazetta: The Berserker is currently priced at $1,299. For further information, go to Epiphone.com.

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