with case

Created at the ESP facility in Japan, the E-II Eclipse-7 EverTune is a finely-crafted guitar that offers a unique and powerful set of components designed for serious musicians. It’s a 7-string guitar that 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-7 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, with push-pull coil splitting. This guitar is a set-thru neck design at 25.5” scale with a mahogany body and maple cap, and a one-piece mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard. Top-tier components include a bone nut, ESP strap locks, and Gotoh locking tuners. Available in Black Satin finish with multi-binding on the body, neck, and headstock. Includes ESP hardshell case.

Construction Set-Thru
Scale 25.5"
Body Mahogany w/ Maple Cap
Neck Mahogany
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 ESP Strap Lock
Tuners Gotoh Locking
Bridge EverTune (F model)
Neck PU Seymour Duncan Sentient
Bridge PU Seymour Duncan Pegasus
Electronics Passive
Electronics Layout Volume/Volume/Tone(Push/Pull)/Toggle Switch
Strings Elixir Nanoweb Light (.010/.013/.017/.026/.036/.046/.056)
Case Included Y
Carmelo D.

Please,make this Guitar whitout Evertune, a single bridge Humbucker and i buy It for sure!

Joshua R.

Todd B ESP that one only has 22 frets. this one has 24 frets. 

Todd B. ESP

Hi, sorry I missed that. You're right, the 6 string version has 22 frets. It is not available in 24 frets. Your best bet is to consider an LTD model , which most of them come standard with 24 frets.

If you have any more questions, please contact ESP Customer Service at customerservice@espguitars.com

Joshua R.

Where is the 6 string version of this? I need 24 frets just like this one.

Todd B. ESP

Hi, it's right next to the 7 string, depending how you are sorting the models. Here is a link: https://www.espguitars.com/products/19086-e-ii-eclipse-evertune

Mathieu F.

Hi, Can you had some precision regarding the different pickup configuration ?
1. Neck / 2.Both / 3. Bridge ? is it correct ?
And what is the setting when you pull the knob ?

Todd B. ESP

Hi, you are correct, The 3-way toggle switch has the standard pickup selection you described. The push pull pot will split both pickups at the same time, so it turns your pickup from humbucker into single coil.

Devan Arya

Please make direct mounted pickups on Eclipses a thing.

Todd B. ESP

Hi Devan, thanks for your suggestion.

Aldo A. Fierro

Please, don't

Nick K.

Please don't, lol.
All kidding aside, you can direct mount them if you want to even with the rings...

Just remove the springs and put foam pads underneath.  
I don't see what the big deal is, unless you're doing backflips on stage, the pickups should not be moving around if they're properly installed in the spring system.

Aldo A. Fierro

Hey, Nick. Can't do backflips, with o or without guitar

Actually is not that easy. The neck pickup cavity is OK, but the bridge pickup cavity is not deep enough for every pickup. As I pointed out in other comment below, not suitable for every pickup. 

I'll post some pics. Cheers!

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