The ESP E-II Eclipse Electric Guitar is made in ESP's Japan factory. It offers the level of quality you've come to know from standard ESP guitars and basses, with high-quality workmanship and professi... Click To Read More About This Product
The ESP E-II Eclipse Electric Guitar is made in ESP's Japan factory. It offers the level of quality you've come to know from standard ESP guitars and basses, with high-quality workmanship and professional components. The Eclipse 24-fret guitar is crafted with a mahogany body, a flame maple top and set mahogany neck for maximum tone and sustain. The neck has a 24.75" scale and sports a smooth rosewood fretboard and fast-playing thin U neck profile. Active EMG humbuckers reproduce the full range of frequencies faithfully. Chrome hardware features Gotoh tuners and bridge to complete the list of appointments.
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Comments about ESP E-II Eclipse 24 Fret Electric Guitar:
I must start bye saying I have been playing for 15 years. I have always loved ESP. However when I first started out I could only afford the LTD line KH 602 was my first guitar in the esp line than I upgraded to the US KH 2 and I hate to say the sound the craftmenship was not even close. Side note the KH 602 I'm betting was at least 9 years ago the KH 2 4 . So maybe they make the ltd better now I see it has great reviews butt when comparing it to the us model nothing is close. So I was a little shy about the new line what let's face it is a middle price from ltd to ESP. All I can say is sound wise there is none. Craftsmanship none. I will be using this line now to be honest this is the best guitar I have owned I ordered the quilted maple red and get so many complemts. For some reason in my option I mean I played and picked up 50 guitars prior to this and Gibson which is my second go to guitar I use when on the road I hate to say it butt Gibson is not what it use to be unless you want to shell out more than I wanted and there new line is awful I understand having to compete with other company's butt to putt the Gibson name on the new line is tragic. Epiphone makes a better les Paul