There's nothing here that says it's an ESP of any sort. I doubt ESP was making no-headstock guitars in the 48th street facility. To the best of my knowledge, they were only making bolt-on style guitars there.......MORE »
It's a sticker. If it's still on the guitar, it would be on the head stock, and it would look like this. I'm fairly certain that ESP wasn't putting any "Made in Japan" markings on guitars during that era.......MORE »
I typically use a paint stir and use it as a bridge over the cavity if I have to remove all the strings at once. You don't need to keep it at the exact level, once the strings are back on and in tune, everything will return......MORE »
Might have been before they were using those logos. If you look at some of Kirk's original guitars, they don't have them either. Also the year 2013 they didn't use them. That should not be alarming.......MORE »
The "Made in Japan" is just a sticker. It was probably just ripped off at one point or another.
Or if it was a guitar originally sold in Japan?? I believe a lot of those don't get the sticker.......MORE »
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Bonus: if it gets messed up watching internet porn, no one will notice!
hey big daddy I picked up an e-II the other day! I'll post it in the......MORE »