(1980's era) esp parts body - made in japan - probably distributed out of 48th street - it is possible it was assembled into a guitar by them,
An ESP parts neck would have had ESP engraved into the......MORE »
i own both the zoom ( the bass version think its the b3 ) and a vox stomplab - The stomplab requires programing, it is really easy to program, but the patches are just numbers so you have to remeber what each......MORE »
Esp dealers can order special runs of the standard series guitars in custom colors. That is most likely what you have. They would sell a little higher than the standard series but no where close to the price......MORE »
Looks correct based on what I can see, more pictures would obviously be helpful.
if you haven't seen / played one in person
The esp will be very light for a lp shaped guitar. The body is thin compared to a normal lp......MORE »
It was common for Esp write in or stamp the Neck pocket, and sometimes the heal of the neck.
looking under the pickguard I would look at the pickups, mainly the pickups and wires if they are black fiber ( rough......MORE »
Navigator was the orginal production line of ESP guitars. They split production into ESP and Navigator. Navigator began producing reproductions of vintage american guitars and ESP began producing more......MORE »