June 2015
ESP On Tour This Summer

Got your tickets to see the Vans Warped Tour or the Rockstar Mayhem Festival? You’ll be seeing plenty of ESP players at all the tour stops! Check out this roundup of ESP rockers on tour this summer, along with the guitars and basses they’ll be playing! Learn More
Video Demo: LTD EC-401VF DMZ

Italian ESP player Simone Fiorletta doesn't have much to say about the LTD EC-401VF DMZ, but he lets his playing do the talking! No matter what style you're into from hard rock to jazz fusion, the EC-401VF DMZ combines the high-end look of a flamed maple top with the rich tonal flexibility of DiMarzio PAF 36th Anniversary humbuckers, all at outstanding LTD value.
Interview: Jasen Rauch of Breaking Benjamin

Currently out on the road and just about to release an album that hit #1 on the iTunes Rock Charts on pre-order sales alone, Breaking Benjamin features ESP players Benjamin Burnley and Jasen Rauch. In this exclusive interview, Jason tells you why he’s using the LTD EC-401 in the studio and on stage.
Still Time to Enter our Extended Range Sweepstakes

If you haven’t entered already, there’s still time! Enter the ESP Extended Range Sweepstakes before June 30, 2015, and you might be picked to make your choice of one of three great new 7-string guitars: the LTD EC-407B, LTD MH-417B, or LTD V-407B. No purchase necessary, void where prohibited, and open to ESP community members around the world!
Artist Spotlight: Armored Saint

Armored Saint has been bringing the metal to fans around the world since 1982, and members Jeff Duncan, Phil Sandoval, and Joey Vera rely on their ESP and LTD guitars and basses on stages and studios everywhere. In this exclusive ESP artist spotlight video, the guys tell you some stories about their favorite ESP instruments and share some experiences over their 30+ year career as legends of metal
Interview: Kevin “Thrasher” Gruft of Escape the Fate

“It’s just such a solid unit. When you hold it, it feels like one piece of wood. The neck-thru-body, the way your hand cups the back of the neck. I can throw it around and it can take the abuse on stage. It just looks like an expensive guitar… the ebony fretboard, the extra jumbo frets, the cream binding. You can sense that quality.”