MIRAGE DELUXE '87

PEARL PINK

MIRAGE DELUXE '87
$999.00
(U.S. Only)

While ESP first got started in 1975 as a small repair shop in Tokyo, it was really toward the mid ‘80s when our guitars and basses grabbed the attention of players around the world. The LTD ’87 Series are faithful recreations of this set of instruments from ESP’s 1987 catalog. Based on the original ESP Mirage body shape, the LTD Mirage Deluxe '87 is a bolt-on shred machine with an alder body and three-piece extra thin U-shaped maple neck being made available in Pearl Pink and Turquoise finishes. These guitars feature a Floyd Rose 1000 bridge and a pickup set that includes a Seymour Duncan Distortion TB-6 (with original style bobbins and a push-pull control to split the coils) in the bridge and a Seymour Duncan Hot Rail single coil in the neck position. 

Construction Bolt-On
Scale 25.5"
Body Alder
Neck 3Pc Maple
Fingerboard Macassar Ebony
Fingerboard Radius 350mm
Finish Pearl Pink
Nut Width 42mm
Nut Type Locking
Neck Contour Extra Thin U
Frets/Type 22 XJ
Hardware Color Black
Strap Button Standard
Tuners LTD
Bridge Floyd Rose 1000
Neck PU Seymour Duncan Hot Rail
Bridge PU Seymour Duncan Distortion
Electronics Passive
Electronics Layout Volume/Tone(Push/Pull)/3-way Switch
Strings D'Addario XL120 (.009/.011/.016/.024/.032/.042)
Case Included N
Media
Mirage Deluxe '87 Demo by Jamie Hunt

Mirage Deluxe '87 Demo by Jamie Hunt

UK-based guitar god and educator Jamie Hunt does this demo of the Mirage Deluxe '87 in Pearl Pink finish. This guitar is part of the LTD ’87 Series, faithful recreations of the iconic set of instruments from ESP’s 1987...
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2020 NAMM Show: '87 Series

2020 NAMM Show: '87 Series

Live at the 2020 NAMM Show, a product spotlight on the new LTD '87 Series guitars. More info on all "New for 2020" models here....
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Introducing the '87 Series

Introducing the '87 Series

ESP is celebrating our 45th anniversary in 2020, having gotten our start in 1975 as a small instrument repair shop in Tokyo. However, it was really toward the mid 1980s when our guitars and basses grabbed the attention of...
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Comments
Kenny D.

So this one’s gonna be available as a lefty? When will those be released and any way to pre-order or reserve?

Carl N.

We are working to have these listings up shortly though you can always visit your local ESP dealer to place an order for one

greyes

Where is this made?

Carl N.

These are currently made in both Korea and Indonesia 

Bernie L.

Well I just got the pearl pink and I have tell you something , the pictures you see on the web of this guitar are nothing like the real thing up close , this guitar is just drop dead gorgeous , me I’m a graphics kind of guy but there is just something about this thing that just draws my son and I right to it , it’s solid and stays in tune very very well , the only thing that I need to replace are both pots , just because it’s not a smooth and complete volume , when you get near quiet , boom it shuts off the sound , other than that the setup was darn near perfect , it sounds great , I’m an 80’s hard rock guy and this is just another reason why I miss the good ol days 

 

Carl N.

Glad you approve, thanks for sharing

Bernie L.

I Preordered mine from Sweetwater 3 weeks ago , still waiting for it and it’s worth the wait , I’ve wanted one since they first came out just could never afford it , TIL NOW

Carl N.

Hope you enjoy it

Waylon M.

My main issue is that this only comes in turquoise and pink. I'd prefer something like white or maybe something with a graphic, although that may not be the point of these models. Still, I'd prefer a wider range of colors.

Carl N.

These were made in line with how they were offered in 87', while white was an option back then this was not chosen among the colors currently being offered.  If we could produce all of our instruments in ever color we would, but sadly that is not a viable option.

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