essentially there are several different models but there are two grades, the pro series and the traditional series.
the pro series only says Seymour Duncan on the headstock, the traditional series says......MORE »
Thanks for siding with me but I have no problem with 6 string, They have a great inventory and at least 4 Esp guitars I am GASing over right now. They would probably have anwsered the question If I had not beat them to......MORE »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hj0YzdfrbxM Check this video out! I like it because it has tabs and you can learn it at your own pace. I can't stand videos where a guitarist sits there for half of the video talking and i......MORE »
hey guys. i dont want to come across as one of those lazy guitarists who say they really want to learn sweep picking, but then arent interested in doing the work, but i need help. i learned the caged system 2 months ago so i......MORE »
I think they made these as ESPART guitars from the late 70's to the mid 80's possibly longer although there are not a lot records or catalog images available. There were 2 grades, the top end ones that had the long......MORE »
From what I can see from the pictures there are a lot of things that do not look correct to me, mostly to do with the hardware. However the maple, mahogany, routes and tenon look correct. I don't think the......MORE »
its a good deal compared to buying a new one
but I think that sounds about $600 to high for a used one,
Unless you really need to have one now, I think you could do better.
If you really want it I would try and......MORE »
rappa666 checks in here every so often, you may run across him in the signiture series section, he would probably be able to tell you what it should look like. ESP has no official serial number date......MORE »
Probably did not have a made in Japan sticker to start with, I don't think those were added till later on.
As far as the anniversery mark, a waterslide is more permanent than a sticker, you cannot just peel them......MORE »