E-II SN-2

BLUE NATURAL FADE

E-II SN-2
$2,499.00
with case

New to the ESP E-II Series, the E-II SN-2 is a Japan-built supercharged guitar for musicians who demand high performance in the studio or on stage. Based on the famous ESP Snapper shape, the E-II SN-2 offers a classic bolt-on construction with an alder body and maple neck with ebony fingerboard. The guitar comes in an outstanding Blue Natural Fade finish over a Buckeye burl maple top. Components on the E-II SN-2 include a Floyd Rose Original bridge, Schaller straplocks, and Gotoh locking tuners. Its sound comes form a pair of Bare Knuckle Aftermath Battleworn pickups, perfect for modern sounds with accelerated bass response, crushing midrange, and precise high-end articulation. Includes ESP hardshell case.

Construction Bolt-On
Scale 25.5"
Body Alder
Neck Maple
Fingerboard Ebony
Fingerboard Radius 305mm
Finish BLUE NATURAL FADE
Nut Width 42mm
Nut Type Locking
Neck Contour Thin-U
Frets/Type 24XJ
Hardware Color Black
Strap Button Schaller Straplock
Tuners Gotoh Locking
Bridge Floyd Rose Original SE
Neck PU BARE KNUCKLE AFTERMATH Battleworn
Bridge PU BARE KNUCKLE AFTERMATH Battleworn
Electronics Passive
Electronics Layout Vol/Tone/3-Way Switch
Strings Elixir Nanoweb Super Light (.009/.011/.016/.024/.032/.042)
Case Included Y
Media
2019 NAMM Show: ESP E-II Spotlight

2019 NAMM Show: ESP E-II Spotlight

2019 NAMM Show: ESP E-II Spotlight on Saturday January 26....
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Comments
Roy

Why does this guitar only come in one colour? 
If it came in classic white & black for solid colours and something like the copper burst / purple burst and a flametop this guitar would sell thousands of units! 

Carl N.

if you have any questions you may reach out to our customer service team at customerservice@espguitars.com or https://www.espguitars.com/pages/support 

Francis F.

Love to see more colors of this series 

flame orange 

or antique white?

Carl N.

thanks for the recommendations 

fjord

Would love to see an HSS version of this guitar.

Carl N.

thank you for the suggestion

NicKKy

So I can't stop staring at this Buck Eye Burl, Natural Blue Fade top! Purchased this for a steal. Holding it as i type this now haha. If the frets on this model are not S. Steel. What are they? This workhorse shreds like a MF!

More importantly, the action seems high from the 15 fret. Kinda reluctant to mess with the truss rod. Any easy remedies to try first before going extreme? Because I just don't..truss...myself

Todd B. ESP

Hey Nickky, Glad you were able to get one of these beauties and we're happy to hear how much you love it!

The frets are not stainless but they are high quality nickel silver which are the standard alloy used for most guitars. However there are different hardness levels. Many people prefer stainless because it is much harder than the typical nickel silver alloy from the old days. However, the nickel silver alloys we use have a very high hardness level making them perform excellent. If you need help on setting up your instrument or adjusting your truss rod, I suggest you check out our owner's manual or go ahead and contact our customer service team at customerservice@espguitars.com . Excellent pun as well!

NicKKy

Oh okay.. So your owners manuals really are only accessible online? Also any forms of employment going on at ESP US/Jåpån/Australia? Super motivated to promote this guitar brand whilst learning & working hard...>_Ö \m/

Regards

Jim Kirik

I really would love this with a maple fretboard and a hardtail instead of a floyd (but still want the bolt on neck and headstock shape of this one which is why I wouldn't necessarily go for the M-II, although that one is also really nice)

Carl N.

Hey Jim, thanks a lot for your suggestions!

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