with case

Created at the ESP facility in Tokyo, Japan, the ESP E-II Series is our highest-quality factory-produced instrument collection. The ESP E-II Horizon FR-7 is an absolute monster of music-making mayhem, with seven strings for deep tunings, along with a Floyd Rose Original bridge for expressive and daring performance styles. As one of a limited number of 7-string guitars with an original Floyd, the E-II Horizon FR-7 already gives you powerful advantages, but that's just the start. It's a neck-thru-body design for all the excellent sustain and stability you want, with a comfortable alder body paired to a fast, thin U-shaped, three-piece maple neck with ebony fingerboard and 24 extra-jumbo frets. High-end components include ESP strap locks, Gotoh locking tuners, and more. Powering its sound is a pair of EMG 707 active pickups. The E-II Horizon FR-7 is available in Black finish, and includes a hard case.

Construction Neck-Thru
Scale 25.5"
Body Alder
Neck 3Pc Maple
Fingerboard Ebony
Fingerboard Radius 305mm
Finish Black
Nut Width 48mm
Nut Type Locking
Neck Contour Thin U
Frets/Type 24 XJ
Hardware Color Black
Strap Button ESP Strap Lock
Tuners Gotoh Locking
Bridge Floyd Rose Original
Neck PU EMG 707
Bridge PU EMG 707
Electronics Active
Electronics Layout Volume/Tone/Toggle Switch
Strings Elixir Nanoweb Light (.010/.013/.017/.030/.042/.054/.064)
Case Included Y
vincent g.

does it have stainless steel frets


Carl N.

unless specifically noted as stainless steel all fretwire will be made of nickel/silver


Nickle frets and a veneer top on a 2,300$ MIJ guitar. Would it really have sunk it for the extra 75$ to at least use SS frets?

Joel t.

alguien sabe cual es precio de esta guitarra "gracias"


Matthew H.

I've owned this exact guitar for nearly 3 years now and I am still amazed by it. I have gone over this with a fine tooth comb again and again every time I clean it and it is flawless, even after 3 years!  

Carl N.

Glad you're enjoying it


I own this guitar, it's my number one axe.  Unfortunately the binding on each side of the neck, at the end where the locking nut starts, is super thin and has cracked and gone clean thru the finish.  I've never so much as let this guitar out of my humidity monitored and controlled studio.  It's also only a couple years old. I bought it in April of 2018.   MAJOR bummer eh....  your warranty faq seems to exclude this.   

Carl N.

Sorry to hear about that, our warranty covers manufacturing defects within the first year of ownership.  Due to the nature of musical instruments cosmetic issues cannot be covered under warranty.  Though this sounds like something that is repairable.


Considering the damage is no way my fault and that this is a new guitar,  and that it cost me a fucking mint....  I'll definitely need to rethink buyig any more ESP guitars.  Very Sad  =(

Michael  B.

hello,is there any reason why this looks like a schecter? thanks.

Carl N.

Hey Michael, I'm not sure why scheters look like ESPs.

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