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Chapman Guitars - ML1 RS Rob Scallon Signature Model / Neck-Through Guitar £699.99 Delivered @ Andertons
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Chapman Guitars - ML1 RS Rob Scallon Signature Model / Neck-Through Guitar £699.99 Delivered @ Andertons

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Posted 5th Jul

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Stunning looking neck-through design on this. I posted a Chapman the other night and must have missed this one (Unless it dropped since) All the specs are below and it does come with a case.

Not many places stock these, but the next best is £799.99
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Specifications:
  • Rob Scallon signature model
  • Swamp Ash body
  • Continuous Mahogany neck
  • Ebony fretboard
  • Scale: 25.5" / 648 mm
  • 24 Frets
  • Pickups: 2 Chapman Passive Aggressive humbuckers
  • 1 Volume control
  • 1 Tone control with push / pull function
  • 3-Way toggle switch
  • Satin black hardware
  • Hardtail bridge
  • Locking machine heads
  • Colour: Natural
  • Incl. case


Body & Neck
One of the first things you'll notice about the ML1 RS is the neck-through design. Swamp Ash surrounds a Mahogany neck, resulting in a tone that lends itself well to contemporary playing styles. This configuration reinforces the body and neck to compensate drop-tuning/higher string tension, and also allows for improved resonance across the lower frequencies.

Ebony is used for the fretboard, adding an element of brightness and clarity to the mix. This also makes for smooth playability, especially thanks to the carved body and deep cutaways.

Harware & Electronics
Dual-loaded with Chapman Passive Aggressive Ceramic humbuckers, the ML1 RS delivers full-tilt metal tones in spectacular fashion. Combined with the Swamp Ash and Mahogany tonewood combo, expect a rich low-end, a detailed midrange and a glassy treble response, perfect for lead parts and solo performances. A 3-way blade pickup selector and push-pull coil tab option also provides you with a broad tonal palette - perfect for modern metal.

Slick black hardware completes the picture - subtle aesthetics combined with precise construction and modern design make for a wholly playable (yet undeniably lethal) instrument.
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That looks like a lot of axe for the moolah!
As much as I respect Chappers and his entertaining input to Andertons’ YouTube videos (I’ve even been and seen his band). This is a nice-looking guitar, but I think this is still a lot of cash for a cheaply-manufactured guitar. I personally think you’d get better value for money with a PRS SE - also manufactured cheaply.
Deluxe05/07/2019 21:07

As much as I respect Chappers and his entertaining input to Andertons’ Y …As much as I respect Chappers and his entertaining input to Andertons’ YouTube videos (I’ve even been and seen his band). This is a nice-looking guitar, but I think this is still a lot of cash for a cheaply-manufactured guitar. I personally think you’d get better value for money with a PRS SE - also manufactured cheaply.


This. PRS SE's are much better value for money than the Chapman range. I have owned 3, and all have ended up being returned or sold. Too many quality control issues, as well as poor construction / balance.
Flynn_Lives05/07/2019 21:09

This. PRS SE's are much better value for money than the Chapman range. I …This. PRS SE's are much better value for money than the Chapman range. I have owned 3, and all have ended up being returned or sold. Too many quality control issues, as well as poor construction / balance.


Shame to hear the construction isn't up to scratch. Was tempted, as I'm loving the ash body. Looking for a natural wood body for my next guitar.
Deluxe05/07/2019 21:07

As much as I respect Chappers and his entertaining input to Andertons’ Y …As much as I respect Chappers and his entertaining input to Andertons’ YouTube videos (I’ve even been and seen his band). This is a nice-looking guitar, but I think this is still a lot of cash for a cheaply-manufactured guitar. I personally think you’d get better value for money with a PRS SE - also manufactured cheaply.


I'm pretty sure they are made in the same factory as PRS SE's. They will have the same machines and tools (and people) used to make them. They'll have the same QC too. Personally I don't like Chapman guitars. I've played a few of them but I've also owned a few SE's. The difference isn't in quality but feel. They're totally different guitars and therefore subjective to whether one is better than the other IMO. I no longer own any of the SE's either.

Just my two cents.
Can't be a Scallon, too few strings...
Edited by: "bambulus" 6th Jul
bambulus06/07/2019 18:43

Can't be a Scallon, too few strings...


He has an 8 sig, and this 6 sig.
Rob Scallon is a legend. Such a great youtuber
Flynn_Lives05/07/2019 21:09

This. PRS SE's are much better value for money than the Chapman range. I …This. PRS SE's are much better value for money than the Chapman range. I have owned 3, and all have ended up being returned or sold. Too many quality control issues, as well as poor construction / balance.


Depends when you bought them, one of the production lines has moved to a different factory.
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