In an Artist Spotlight interview on the ESP website, Sean said, *"Yes, I’... more
In an Artist Spotlight interview on the ESP website, Sean said,
"Yes, I’ve tried all the Streams… the LTD, E-II and ESP Original.
...By far, my favorite is the ESP version, with the E-II being a close second. It’s funny because when you look at them, they’re exactly the same. All the dimensions are identical. But still, when you’re playing, there’s a noticeable difference."
In an Artist Spotlight interview, Sean was asked about the ESP LTD H-1004SE. ... more
In an Artist Spotlight interview, Sean was asked about the ESP LTD H-1004SE.
Q: You also have another band called Sault which is more of a project that you started and help drive. You picked up an LTD H Series Bass for that, and customized it to be fretless. Tell us more about it.
"I have one of the first ones! The ESP guys told me they were coming out, and I wanted a fretless for the Sault album. That bass is really cool. It’s a unique, one-of-a-kind bass. It sounds great. There’s a whole lot of tone control with the EQ. It’s a good, warm, slidy-feeling bass."
In the video titled, "Kamelot's Sean Tibbetts - GEAR MASTERS Ep. 221", Kamelo... more
In the video titled, "Kamelot's Sean Tibbetts - GEAR MASTERS Ep. 221", Kamelot guitar tech, Mark, describes Sean's use of the E-II Stream bass.
The E-II is described as using the same EMG active pickups and is configured similar to the ESP Stream basses used by Sean.
He goes on to mention that the bass stays tuned in drop C and uses a Hipshot tuner to drop to A# on the song, "Liar, Liar".