I actually inquired about this several years ago. The answer I received from ESP USA was that it needed to be refinished at the ESP shop in the USA to be able to get a new logo. I ended up having the ESP logo painted on.......MORE »
The Low G guitar is indeed very rare. I think I've only seen one for sale. And speaking of Ultratones, I haven't seen any of those Ill Nino signature guitars in a long time. I haven't seen too many Jake E. Lee and Page......MORE »
Whoa, that's pretty wild that you've never sold a guitar. I haven't sold a guitar in like 5 years. Pretty happy with the sound and feel of the current gear. If you're having trouble posting pics, try uploading and linking to......MORE »
I don't have (or have access to) an ESP from the mid 80s, so I'm not sure how the 12th inlay may have changed, but my more modern 12th "ESP" are much wider across the block.
The guitar is probably fine, but I'd still......MORE »
This forum doesn't use the tags like other forums, so your [ img] tags aren't necessary. Just use the direct links here. There's an icon in the message bar that lets you paste the direct URL.......MORE »
I've never played an FRX, but I suspect it's fairly well balanced with the shape of the body. The M-II is a matte/satin finish. With play it will shine up a bit, but never be a true gloss finish.......MORE »
I've found that the shape of the neck really varies between the model of the guitar in the ESP/LTD/E-II lines. They're all called Thin U, but the shape is slightly different.On an Eclipse, the shape is similar to Gibson's......MORE »