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They are all dependant on the conventional ESP EXP sequence and were designed or supervised by He Masciandaro. Meanwhile the EXP sequence has been changed by the ESP EX conventional sequence which has a distinct form for its finishes and headstock instead of the old EXP sequence which was much like the curved form of the Gibson Travellers.In distinction between James’ Travellers and the conventional ESP EXP sequence, Wayne instruments have set-necks (glued joint) instead of bolt-on throat. Besides the “Black Album” guitars’ fingerboards involve dark instead of rosewood.The system includes mahogany, the throat of walnut and the fingerboard (with its 22XJ [XJ=extra jumbo] frets) of rosewood. All components (the tune-o-matic link, the quit item and tuners) is dark. It has one amount management for each collection.