Model

E-II ECLIPSE EVERTUNE

BLACK SATIN

$1,999.00 with case

Created at the ESP facility in Tokyo, Japan, the ESP E-II Series is our highest-quality factory-produced instrument collection. With the E-II Eclipse EverTune, you get one of the most finely-crafted guitars imaginable, with a unique set of components designed for serious musicians. It features the EverTune constant tension bridge, a fully-mechanical system that keeps your guitar in tune in nearly every imaginable environment, and keeps your intonation perfect at every point on the fingerboard. The E-II Eclipse EverTune also includes a set of phenomenal pickups: a Seymour Duncan Sentient in the neck position for wide dynamic range and excellent articulation, and an aggressive Seymour Duncan Pegasus in the bridge that's highly responsive and harmonically rich. The E-II Eclipse EverTune is a set-thru neck design, with a mahogany body, a one-piece mahogany neck, and an ebony fingerboard with 22 extra-jumbo frets. Top-tier components include a Schaller straplock, Gotoh locking tuners, and a graphite nut. Available in Black Satin finish with multiple binding on the body, neck, and headstock. Includes hardshell case.

EVERTUNE BRIDGE SETUP

(U.S. Only)
Specifications
Construction
Set-Thru
Scale
24.75"
Body
Mahogany
Neck
1Pc Mahogany
Fingerboard
Ebony
Fingerboard Radius
305mm
Finish
BLACK SATIN
Nut Width
42mm
Nut Type
Graphite
Neck Contour
Thin U
Frets/Type
22 XJ
Hardware Color
Black
Strap Button
Schaller Straplock
Tuners
Gotoh Locking
Bridge
Evertune (F model)
Neck PU
Seymour Duncan Sentient
Bridge PU
Seymour Duncan Pegasus
Electronics
Passive
Electronics Layout
Vol/Vol/Tone(P/P)/Toggle Switch
Strings
Elixir Nanoweb Super Light (.009/.011/.016/.024/.032/.042)
Case
EC GUITAR FORM FIT CASE
Case Included
Y
Prices and specifications subject to change.
Comments
ScottyJ-Rocker

This is a beautiful guitar, but is there Any chance this same model could be offered with Chrome Hardware (Chrome Evertune Bridge, Chrome Tuners, Chrome Knobs) And Seymour Duncan JB Bridge and '59 Neck (or Pearly Gates Neck) with Chrome Covers? That would be a great 'classic' look option for this guitar!! 

Also, as some others have requested, I'd love to see Stainless Steel Frets offered on these models too. 

Todd B. ESP

Hi Scotty, Thanks for your suggestions. These options are currently not available but they are good suggestions and we appreciate you letting us know what you are looking for in a guitar.

geoff s.

I own a E-II Evertune Eclipse and a white E-II Eclipse with standard bridge. Both loaded with Emg 81/85's.

Are there any plans to release a E-II Evertune Eclipse in white or any other finishes or do I have to go custom?

 

Todd B. ESP

Hi geoff, Thanks for sharing this with us. Although there is no plan at this time , it could be something we would consider releasing in the future. Sounds like the Evertune is your bridge of choice? That's great to hear. Thanks for your suggestions.

Nick K.

Can you guys please stop using nickel frets?  Stainless frets have been out for how long now?  Parker used them since the early 90s.  If people spend almost two grand on a guitar they shouldn’t have to worry about it needing a level / crown or re-fret (costing even more!) in just a few years.  SS frets last a heck of a lot longer.  Do you even offer SS frets on the USA models?

Todd B. ESP

HI Nick, Your points are well noted. Thank you for sharing them here. Yes we do offer SS frets on the ESP USA line, in fact they are all built 100% now with SS frets. Although we have not incorporated SS frets into our other models yet, it's quite likely that we will in the future. Thanks for bringing this up.

Silvio P.

Can you explain what the Push pull does in this case? splits both pickups in single coil mode or just one? Also, what do the 3 push/pull pots do for the Fade blue model? thanks!

Todd B. ESP

Hi Silvio, For the Eclipse Evertune model, the push pull is on the tone control. When you pull it into the up position it will split both the neck and bridge pickups at the same time. For the Eclipse in Blue Natural Fade, that model has the new EMG 57/66-TW (Twin) pickups which are made by EMG to be splittable. For those, each pickup requires a separate switch, so there is a volume for each pickup and on that volume control, when you pull into the up position it will split only that pickup. So you have individual volume controls as well as pickup splitting with those 2 volumes (First volume = bridge / 2nd volume = neck). NOTE: There are only 2 push pull pots on the Blue Natural Fade model. Hope this info helps.

eclipseall

Are the 24 fret EII Eclipse models coming back?

Todd B. ESP

Hi, It's possible they or some version of them will come back but not currently. All you see on our website is what we have available.

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