E-II T-B7 BARITONE

BLACK SATIN

E-II T-B7 BARITONE
$1,849.00
with case
(U.S. Only)

A high-performance update on a classic design, the ESP E-II T-B7 offers serious extended-range performance for players who need all the contemporary features for powerful guitar playing in the studio and on stage. Made in ESP’s Tokyo factory by our expert luthiers and designed for pro players, the E-II T-B7 is a seven-string baritone guitar at 27" scale that includes premier-quality features like neck-thru-body construction, a 24-fret ebony fingerboard, a fast thin U-shaped maple neck, Gotoh locking tuners and an EMG 707/EMG 81-7 pickup set. Available in Snow White and Black Satin finishes. Includes form-fitting hardshell case.

Construction Neck-Thru
Scale 27" Baritone
Body Alder
Neck 3Pc Maple
Fingerboard Ebony
Fingerboard Radius 305mm
Finish BLACK SATIN
Nut Width 48mm
Nut Type Bone
Neck Contour Thin U
Frets/Type 24 XJ
Hardware Color Black
Strap Button Schaller Straplock
Tuners Gotoh Locking
Bridge Tonepros Locking TOM w/ String Thru
Neck PU EMG 707
Bridge PU EMG 81-7
Electronics Active
Electronics Layout Vol/Tone/3-Way Switch
Strings Elixir Nanoweb Super Light (.009/.011/.016/.024/.032/.042/.056)
Case ST-TE XL GUITAR FORM FIT CASE
Case Included Y
Comments
Hans P.

Hey, are the frets made of stainless steel?

Carl N.

These will be nickel/silver, hope this helps

JP S.

any chance these will ever come back in stock? or with an evertune bridge?

Carl N.

Should have more early this summer, otherwise you can reach out to your local ESP dealers to see if they have any on hand

John W.

I just purchased one of these, took it to guitar center to get the full set up and the guy told me he couldn't do it because the scales not big enough and told me that I need to get a Baritone for what I'm trying to do....?

This is the set up I'm trying to get going from low to high:

D# .82

G# .57

D# .43

G# .31

C# .22

 F  .17

A# .12

 

Can anyone for the love of god help me out with this predicament or point me towards some resolution/solution...? ‍♂️

Carl N.

Hey John, I'd recommend taking this to a different tech...this instrument IS a baritone.  It sounds like they didn't want to do the work of modifying your tuner to accept the .082 string or make a new nut to go with your different gauges.  Perhaps use our dealer locator to find another ESP dealer in your area to take this to for a setup.

Yves de Beijing

Hi, I'm very interested in buying an ESP guitar, my only problem is the choice (ESP really got a great range of products, keep up the good work guys), I've had many guitars over the years but I've never had an ESP. I've tried a couple, a friend's LTD and ESP and a couple more in shops, but I've never owned one.
I now own a Jackson Dave Davidson signature warrior that I LOOOOVE, so I thought, let's go for something different: shape, body material, pickups, neck, fret-board... anything that would make a great guitar only different from the one that I already got.
So here is my question to you guys, which one of these puppies should i get to play metal, that would greatly complement the guitar that i already have?
Mind you these are the models I could find in my local shops caus there's no way i would buy a guitar THAT expensive without seeing and touching it first.

- E-II M-II NT BLACK TURQUOISE BURST
- E-II HORIZON FR-7 BLACK TURQUOISE BURST
- E-II T-B7 BARITONE BLACK SATIN
- E-II T-E7 Black Satin (old model without the pickguard, is there any difference between these two last ones except for the pickguard BTW?))

These 4 are soooo great and interesting yet so different, I really can't decide... I have checked many websites, reviews and comments... i would really appreciate some comments and ideas from actual owners of these little beasts.

Carl N.

Hey Yves, any of these instruments would be a good choice for you.  There really isn't a particular guitar for metal, all of our instruments can be played in nearly any style you can think of.  Most people just consider them metal instruments due to their styling or our track record supporting metal artists.  Best of luck with your first ESP!  

Jmerc

You guys should make this in a 6 string config

Todd B. ESP

Hi Jmerc, Thanks for your suggestion!