M-1007 MULTI-SCALE

SEE THRU BLACK SATIN

M-1007 MULTI-SCALE
$1,299.00
(U.S. Only)
The LTD M-1007MS and M-1008MS are multi-scale guitars with the uncompromising playability and sonic power for which ESP is known worldwide. Multi-scale guitars make use of an angled fret arrangement to offer different scale lengths for the various strings of the guitar, allowing for optimal string tension, and has also been stated by many players to offer an ergonomic improvement for the fretting hand. Offering 7-string and 8-string arrangements respectively, the M-1007MS and M-1008MS have varying scale lengths of 27” - 25.5”. They are bolt-on designs with flamed maple tops over a lightweight mahogany back. Both models offer a five-piece neck made of maple and exotic purple heart wood, with a Macassar ebony fingerboard that includes offset abalone dot inlays. Top-tier components on the new M-1007MS and M-1008MS include a set of Seymour Duncan Nazgul and Sentient pickups that were custom-made for ESP with a special angled design and pole spacing optimized for the multi-scale design. A push-pull control on the tone knob allows for coil splitting, providing a wealth of flexible tones. Other components include a Hipshot multi-scale bridge and ESP locking tuners. Available in See Thru Black Satin finish.
Construction Bolt-On
Scale 27-25.5"
Body Mahogany
Top Flamed Maple
Neck 5pc Maple/Purple Heart
Fingerboard Macassar Ebony
Fingerboard Radius 400mm
Finish See Thru Black Satin
Nut Width 48mm
Nut Type Black Bone
Neck Contour Thin U
Frets/Type 24 XJ
Hardware Color Black
Strap Button Standard
Tuners LTD Locking
Bridge Hipshot w/ String Thru
Neck PU Seymour Duncan Sentient
Bridge PU Seymour Duncan Nazgul
Electronics Passive
Electronics Layout Volume/Tone(Push/Pull)/3-way Switch
Strings D'Addario XL110-7 (.010/.013/.017/.026/.036/.046/.059)
Case Included N
Comments
Fernando N.

Neck thru and reversed headstock please!

Carl N.

thanks for the recommendation!

Tom D

Hi guys what's the difference between the 2018 and 2020 models?

Carl N.

The year it was made

Michael S.

Where is this guitar manufactured?  Country of origin?  Thank you 

Carl N.

Currently produced in Korea and Indonesia, hope this helps!

Ron M.

Can you tell me which fret is the neutral fret? From the picture it looks like the 9 fret is the neutral fret.

Carl N.

do you mean the 5th fret, like in your other comment?

Ron M.

yes I meant the 5th fret.