#2
I can't really identify it because it's kind of quick. Methinks it's some kind of Kramer.
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#3
I think it's some kind of Ibanez but it's hard to tell. I have an alpine white RG Ibanez model and it looks kinda like that...
#5
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I think it's some kind of Ibanez but it's hard to tell. I have an alpine white RG Ibanez model and it looks kinda like that...


its not an ibanez
#6
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a charvel maybe


Actually, that seems more plausible.
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#8
^Yeah, I think it does.

Also, does it have a locking trem? I think I saw one...
#9
Yeah, it does. Watch the video all the way through, there are some rather good views of it, including a bit where he dumps the bar and fully slackens the strings. The identifying characteristics seem to be: Locking tremolo, single humbucker single (volume?) control and an unpainted Fender-style headstock.

I would have suggested a Fender HM Strat, as some of them had a single pickup, and I assume they were available as lefties as well. But I think they all had painted headstocks and black hardware. Of course, he might have swapped the neck and the hardware, though.
#10
My first guess was a Charvel with a fender headstock. 2nd was probably Kramer Baretta. I'm not sure.