E-II ECLIPSE

SEE THRU BLACK CHERRY SUNBURST

E-II ECLIPSE
$1,899.00
with case
(U.S. Only)

You won't find many better-looking (or better sounding) guitars than this ESP E-II Eclipse in See Thru Black Cherry Sunburst. Check out the beauty of the finish over that quilted maple top, with details like a white multi-binding and a matching headstock... it's beyond compare. Powered by a set of EMG 60 (neck) and EMG 81 (bridge) pickups, it's ready for everything from deep and contemplative sounds to the most screaming, aggressive tones imaginable. A set-thru design, it's easy to get quickly up to the highest frets. It features a mahogany body with maple cap, a one-piece mahogany neck, and a rosewood fingerboard with 22 extra-jumbo frets. The E-II Eclipse includes high-end components like Schaller Straplocks, Gotoh locking tuners, and a Gotoh TOM bridge and tailpiece. Like all instruments in our E-II Series, the E-II Eclipse is made in Japan at ESP’s Tokyo factory. Includes hardshell case.

Construction Set-Thru
Scale 24.75"
Body Mahogany
Neck 1Pc Mahogany
Fingerboard Rosewood
Fingerboard Radius 305mm
Finish SEE THRU BLACK CHERRY SUNBURST
Nut Width 42mm
Nut Type Bone
Neck Contour Thin U
Frets/Type 22 XJ
Hardware Color Black
Strap Button Schaller Straplock
Tuners Gotoh Locking
Bridge Tonepros Locking TOM & Tailpiece
Neck PU EMG 60
Bridge PU EMG 81
Electronics Active
Electronics Layout Vol/Vol/Tone/Toggle Switch
Strings Elixir Nanoweb Light (.010/.013/.017/.026/.036/.046)
Case EC GUITAR FORM FIT CASE
Case Included Y
Media
E-II Eclipse FM with Chris Cannella

E-II Eclipse FM with Chris Cannella

ESP's own Chris Cannella (N17, Autumn's End) takes you through the ESP E-II Eclipse FM, a high-performance guitar with a traditional look. Like the rest of our E-II Series, the E-II Eclipse FM is made in Japan at the ESP...
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Comments
JacktheRiffer

This Guitar was bought for me by my Girlfriend,haha I genuinely couldn't believe it,I literally just bought myself the EC-LTD-1000 Natural Burst which is just stunning and found myself just surfing Guitars on the Internet and spotted my dream Guitar,the E-II Eclipse,Black Cherry and the Girlfriend said out of the blue,"Because it is a benchmark birthday coming up she would buy me this Guitar,now normally going if I just bought a Guitar she would normally say,"for god's sake you already have Guitars,why do you need another one" So I'm thinking I must have played a blistering solo and shredded myself into a different reality where my girlfriend is nice and likes Guitars?

But yeah the E-II is most definitely on another level to any other Guitar I have ever owned

If you are thinking about buying one and aren't sure,just do it,out the box this Guitar was ready to go and feels amazing and so comfortable,didn't feel like a new Guitar in the sense that with new it takes a while to get used to holding it a certain way etc it just fitted like a glove

Just a stunning and Beautiful Guitar

Carl N.

Glad you enjoy it and thanks for sharing

JOHN S.

Bought one of these about a month ago, I'm loving it. Perhaps my favorite guitar purchase ever. The tone is great, and coming from an Epiphone Les Paul...this thing is SOO much lighter and more comfortable.

Only minor gripe is that when the guitar arrived it had a fair amount of action on the low E string, so had to make some adjustment there

Carl N.

Glad you're enjoying it, instruments can require a setup after shipping or even during different times in the year, be sure to keep up with its' maintenance to ensure it is playing at it's best

Gordon M.

This beautiful finish should be available on the 7-string.  (please? )

Carl N.

thanks for the insight

Justin E.

I recently purchased one of these and noticed that the bridge and tailpiece weren't seated flush with the body, I was wondering if anyone could tell me if theirs was the same?

Todd B. ESP

Hi Justin, The bridge and tailpiece can be adjusted up and down depending on your preference. If you are referring to the studs and inserts, they will usually have some portion sitting higher than the body because the top of the body is arch shaped and not flat.

Matt C.

Make sense now, thank you

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