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Includes ESP Hardshell case.

Made in Japan.


Formerly called “ESP Standard”, all ESP E-II instruments are created at our ESP factory in Tokyo, Japan, and are designed for professional players who accept no compromises in tone, feel, or reliability for their guitars and basses. The E-II M-I Thru NT is a no-frills rock machine that’s ready to jump onstage with you, with nothing coming between you and your best performances. It features neck-thru-body construction, with a comfortable alder body, three-piece maple neck, and an ebony fingerboard with 24 extra-jumbo frets and dot inlays. This guitar include top-notch components like Gotoh locking tuners, Gotoh TOM bridge with string-thru body design, a bone nut, and a single aggressive EMG 81 active pickup. Available in Deep Candy Apple Red Satin finish. Includes an ESP hardshell form-fitting case.


CONSTRUCTION

Neck-Thru

SCALE

25.5"

BODY

Alder

NECK

3Pc Maple

FINGERBOARD

Ebony

FINGERBOARD RADIUS

305mm

FINISH

Deep Candy Apple Red Satin

NUT WIDTH

42mm

NUT TYPE

Bone

NECK CONTOUR

Thin U

FRETS/TYPE

24 XJ

HARDWARE COLOR

Black

STRAP BUTTON

Dunlop Locking

TUNERS

Gotoh Locking

BRIDGE

Gotoh TOM

BRIDGE PU

EMG 81

ELECTRONICS LAYOUT

Volume

STRINGS

Elixir Nanoweb Super Light (.009/.011/.016/.024/.032/.042)

CASE

MH GUITAR FORM FIT CASE

CASE INCLUDED

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • E-II M-I Thru NT
Finish
  • Deep Candy Apple Red
Categories
Made In
  • Japan
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Body Type
  • Solid Body

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