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ESP M-II Electric Guitar w/Floyd Rose Bridge
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The ESP M-II Electric Guitar w/Floyd Rose Bridge offers a familer shape, drawing on a classic design, but with a larger body rout to improve access t...Click To Read More About This Product
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A finely-made guitar that's ready to rock any stage with active EMG pickups and a super-fast neck.
The ESP M-II Electric Guitar w/Floyd Rose Bridge offers a familer shape, drawing on a classic design, but with a larger body rout to improve access to all 24 frets. The comfortable alder body has a super-fast, bolt-on maple neck with a rosewood fingerboard and an extra thin-flat contour. Active EMG pickups are onboard with a single master volume and a 3-way switch for unfiltered sound control. These pickups provide high output and smooth control, perfect for loud rock. They also have the advantage of being easy to hotrod or swap out with their solderless connections. Gotoh tuners and a Floyd Rose original bridge with locking nut complete the arsenal of features.
- Bolt-On Construction
- 25.5" Scale
- Alder Body
- Maple Neck
- Rosewood Fingerboard
- 42mm Locking Nut (43mm Neck Width)
- Extra Thin Flat Neck Contour
- 24 XJ Frets
- Black Nickel Hardware
- Gotoh Tuners
- Floyd Rose Original Bridge
- EMG 81 (B & N) Active p.u.
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- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- Good Pick Up
- Good Tone
- Solid Electronics
Comments about ESP M-II Electric Guitar w/Floyd Rose Bridge:
This is about the 10th electric that I've owned, and off the bat the one thing that I was pleased with was the weight that the alder has! The other thing is the superior physical balance that it has. I've never been able to play comfortably sitting down, but this thing balances perfectly on my leg while seated. I had to stretch the strings once I unpacked it, and had to loosen the nut a few times, but after that the Floyd Rose bridge has barely been out of tune if at all (a minor tweek of the fine tuners now and then). The paint job is a beautiful gloss black and the sound is from hell!!