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Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by HeHasTheJazzHands, Oct 11, 2019.
DAMN! that is a great!!
Sexy neck, but everything below 15th fret looks like it crawled outta a dumpster fire
Japanese ESPs always interest me - I'd love to see more Japanese signatures come over as E-IIs. They recently did another article on Japanese sigs on the main website after the original piece last Spring, so maybe things are more going in that direction? The west needs more wacky Japan sigs, that's for sure. I feel like I'm the only one in Canada importing the weird half of ESP sometimes. Apart from the ones you mentioned, I think the Ohmura, Fujioka and (other) Sugizo models could survive over here.
There’s one Japanese artist that basically spec’d out a snapper-like model and with the curves/cutaways basically made a JP6. With sparkles. I want it.
...i think you just described pretty much ALL of them, though
@Mathemagician I'm gonna ballpark it and say this is what you're referring to?
...where da sparkles at????
That’s it! Man that should just be a default body style. So sleek. Like a JP meets Jackson B6
It's Candy Apple Red, I imagine it's difficult to photograph but I would expect some sort of sparkle or flake upon closer inspection / in correct lighting.
You may be interested in this:
An E-II BTL-G7 prototype for Jon Chang. It's in limbo as far as I'm aware, though I've read he wants to put on an Evertune, increase the scale length to 27" and accentuate the bevel a bit more. One of those oddball possible limited run / signatures ESP cooks up now and again. If you dig that, though, and want it enough you could always go with the ancient Bottomline GT:
Somewhat similar, though I feel it more or less evolved into the Horizon-III.
Both those models are pretty cool. And that red one does definitely look like a precursor to the H3.
Not a big fan of true offsets myself. Played only a couple but the big butt doesn’t quite sit well when I play classical style. Like, the body ends up feeling bigger than it really is or something.
Beside those personal stuff, the shape is perfect.
huge esp fan here...i have a few wacky ones myself lol.
i love looking at their japanese only models, but most of it would not sell here in north america...just too wild
Not sure if posted already the whole thing
I dig the natural black HSS Snapper, but it's not Phoenix nice.
EDIT: ok, Pegasus bridge pickup, definitely not interested.
It's fully out of the way
Hmmm a new series.
Fuck that black snapper with the floyd and that MH with the floyd is amazing!
fuuuuck they DO have SS frets
Something I just noticed from the ESP page. "The M-1000 includes an EMG 57TW/66TW pickup set with push-pull controls on volume and tone to split each pickup discretely."
So splitable EMG 57/66... Color me interested.