Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar: ESP Original Horizon II Gutiar (MIJ, SS Frets, Neck-Through, EMG + Sustainer) Modifications (if any): Stainless Steel Jescar Medium Jumbo Frets, EMG-85 bridge pickup, Sustainiac neck pickup Accessories (hardshell case etc): Soft bag Location (City,State or City,Country): Frankfurt, Germany International OK?: Worldwide Contact Info (No Phone #s): PM References (eBay or other forum userid): iTrade, ebay: dimitrio2000 Price (include currency and if firm/obo): 2200$/EUR OBO, accepting PayPal/bank transfer/cash Pictures: below For sale my ESP Original Series Horizon II, made in Japan The guitar is in good condition, but has some traces of use (purely cosmetical). This guitar has frets professionally updated to stainless steel ones - medium jumbo stainless steel jescar frets - the top quality on the market (47-104 size). Frets install was done by this top luthier: http://meraguitars.com/eng/instruments.html - his hardware is being sold now all over the world. Satin back of the neck. Comes with the soft guitar bag, truss rod wrench key and tremolo arm. There is vintage EMG85 pickup and Sustainiac system. Everything was installed without modification of original guitar routing - only barely noticeable changes inside the electronics block. The sustainiac is wired to work as well as kill switch in the neck mode. This can be easily changed if needed. I find it pretty cool to have kill switch on gutiar with sustainer. Guitar is maple neck tohrough (3 pieces), ash top and Honduran mahogany body wings - killer combination. It has very strong deep yet agressive and presize sound with great top end - somehow I find it typical les-paul'ish, probably due to the wood combo. It is a unique guitar of this limited vintage series in such condition. Truss rod wrench works perfectly and will be included. Schaller dual design buttons are installed. The dent on the neck on the last photo is as well just cosmetical - it is not possible to feel it with hand, as it is covered with lackuer. The guitar shines on all of the photos no matter the light conditions. In live situation it is more shiny and shows less wood grain - you can see it on the attached video. Information about serial number - K0210314: K = ESP Kiso Factory (Japan) 02 = year 2002 10 = week #10 3 = wednesday 14 = number off the line that day Source: http://www.guitarscollector.com/esp-serial-numbers.html Official specifications: http://www.espguitars.co.jp/original/horizon/index_end.html (scroll to 5th guitar from the top) Trades possible for high-end multiscale or baritone-scale 7-string guitars, preferably Skervesen Raptor.