• 1point8t

    Late 80's - early 90's production bolt on model... not as common as the neck thrus. Alder body, maple neck, unbound rosewood board, Synclair Floyd copy bridge, ESP rail humbucker similar to a Dimarzio X2N in the bridge and ESP stacked rail humbucker at the neck... what else do you want to know

    • cecilbag

      I was hoping you would show up. You are always the go to guy with solid info. My Horizon doesn't have the x2n look-a-like pick up. That pu came in my m1 custom but my horizon has a normal (exposed pole pieces) type that, as best I can tell, is a schaller pickup. Do you know about these pickups at all? I ask because I love the tone of my horizon and would love to find another one of those pickups. Thanks jedi master. PS: I put a duncan custom custom in my wilton and found its missing balls lol

    • Liquid

      Late 80's - early 90's production bolt on model... not as common as the neck thrus. Alder body, maple neck, unbound rosewood board, Synclair Floyd copy bridge, ESP rail humbucker similar to a Dimarzio X2N in the bridge and ESP stacked rail humbucker at the neck... what else do you want to know

      Thanks for the info - it's appreciated. Is there any way to accurately date the guitar from the serial number or is it a more involved affair than that?

      Essentially, I'm trying to get a handle on how rare/available they are in terms of their production and how they are regarded by those in the know, as it were.
      My interest in ESP started around 1992 so I have no real background prior to that.


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