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If anything, they actually had to throttle back, my picking off the cherry Exhibitions before trade shows. Other dealers were complaining the good shit was pre sold, so now it’s the bid/lotto system, that wasn’t always present. I did get the Wolves Explorer, but they made me give up on the skull/armor M, which someone else got. To toss me a compensation bone, they usually do flash me one or two Exhibitions, pre shows, that never go into the lotto system. Scapegoat was an example of that. They know I like the freaky shit, so it works out.
 

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If anything, they actually had to throttle back, my picking off the cherry Exhibitions before trade shows. Other dealers were complaining the good shit was pre sold, so now it’s the bid/lotto system, that wasn’t always present. I did get the Wolves Explorer, but they made me give up on the skull/armor M, which someone else got. To toss me a compensation bone, they usually do flash me one or two Exhibitions, pre shows, that never go into the lotto system. Scapegoat was an example of that. They know I like the freaky shit, so it works out.
lol, that is awesome!
you're basically my hero now.
 

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Here’s another angle

That is absolutely stunning. Can I be cheeky and ask what this cost you roughly? I did a Japanese custom shop quote and that came out at £7k GBP so I'm hoping the USA stuff is a bit easier on the wallet 😅
 

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That is absolutely stunning. Can I be cheeky and ask what this cost you roughly? I did a Japanese custom shop quote and that came out at £7k GBP so I'm hoping the USA stuff is a bit easier on the wallet 😅
Around $3700 out the door. Got a small discount.
 

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Hmm, never knew the tier above Exhibition really IS called Museum

Called it:

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I just picked up this ESP Horizon 2012.

I don't know much about this exact model, but it seems different from the other ESP Horizons I've come across.
This one has Gotoh locking tuners and pearl binding around the body, neck and headstock.
 

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Well I quickly doubled my ESP collection. I got the one on the right today and the other almost 2 months ago. The left is an E-II M-II NT and the right is an E-II Horizon FR-II.
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I have a horizon and just got an mII, I play the mII a majority of the time. But both are great.
 

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Here are my ESPs.
Jeez what a view.

What was the logic behind ordering the pickups spaced like that on the CS SV? Just curious.

Or does it have normal SV pickup spacing but the 22 fret neck installed in the usually 24 fret neck position resulted in a pushed back bridge?
 


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