E-II M-II 7B BARITONE EVERTUNE

PEARL WHITE

E-II M-II 7B BARITONE EVERTUNE
$2,999.00
with case

An absolute monster of a guitar, the E-II M-II 7B Baritone EverTune is designed for guitar players who accept no limitations. Formerly called “ESP Standard”, all ESP E-II instruments are created at our ESP factory in Tokyo, Japan, and are designed for professional players who accept no compromises in tone, feel, or reliability for their guitars and basses. With the E-II M-II 7B Baritone EverTune, they get a 7-string guitar at 27” baritone scale for incredible extended range without sacrificing ideal string tension. This guitar also features the innovative EverTune constant tension bridge system, allowing it to stay in tune and in perfect intonation at all points of the next under nearly any circumstances. The E-II M-II 7B EverTune offers neck-thru-body construction, using an alder body with three-piece maple neck that features 24 extra-jumbo frets, offset block inlays, and satin finish on the back for supremely smooth playability. It also includes top-quality components, such as a bone nut, ESP strap locks, Gotoh locking tuners, and a set of Fishman Fluence Modern Humbucker pickups… alnico in the neck, ceramic in the bridge, with a push-pull control to activate their multiple voicings. Available in Granite Sparkle and Pearl White finishes. Includes an ESP hardshell form-fitting case.

Construction Neck-Thru
Scale 27" Baritone
Body Alder
Neck 3Pc Maple
Fingerboard Ebony
Fingerboard Radius 305mm
Finish Pearl White
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 Fishman Fluence Modern Humbucker Alnico Black Nickel *(Pull Tone for Voice 2)
Bridge PU Fishman Fluence Modern Humbucker Ceramic Black Nickel *(Pull Tone for Voice 2)
Electronics Active
Electronics Layout Volume/Tone(Push/Pull)/3-Way Switch
Strings Elixir Nanoweb Super Light (.009/.011/.016/.024/.032/.042/.056)
Case Included Y
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Comments
Xyn K.

I rotate between this guitar and my E-II Horizon NT-7 Evertune. Basically when I go from this to my E-II Horizon it feels like my b*itch. This is just a larger version (baritone) of that guitar essentially. So if you are like me.. I use this guitar for 2 reasons. 1) When Im playing low low tuning. Like A or B. But I'll also tune it up to D Standard/ Drop C and "warm up" with it. Because it's a large guitar with longer frets it can be "hard" to play. So when you go from this to a standard 7 string it's a breeze. I also enjoy this guitar because I'm a large person (6'3, 230 with big hands) and I've always fantasized about a guitar that sits in between a guitar and a bass which this basically is. Drop some heavy gauge strings on this and you're talking a badass metal 6 string with a high octave bass string to fool around with. This thing makes any metal song contemplate its own soul. 

James B.

I love love love this guitar.I can’t stop playing it.10 out of 10 the best.If you guys make a six string I’m all over it.Thank you for make awesome guitars.Cheers

Sebal

Hi, i just purchased this guitar. I will receive it in april 2022  What are Your thoughts after 6 months of playing it?

James B.

I still love it.I’m not the greatest 7 string player but the guitar is soild I’ve only tuned it once the Evertune is awesome 

Sebal

Nice to hear it!  I cant wait to have mine. 

Vadim Ketivo

Buying a white guitar opens up a lot of doors in terms of customization. If I buy one and decide to throw some custom artwork on it, does this product qualify for warranty?

Todd B. ESP

Hi, This is a really nice finish so I'd hate to see it covered up, but you are right that white is a nice background for custom paint. Any custom paint would void the warranty in terms of anything that was changed because of the custom painting. 

Nick K.

Curious about the baritone scale with the evertune...Not sure why someone would want that.  The whole idea of the Evertune is it makes it so you don't need to extend the scale length.  I guess if someone just prefers a longer scale, maybe if you've got big hands.

Todd B. ESP

Hi Nick, some players prefer baritone scale for lower tuning as it helps increase string tension and clarity on those larger strings with lower tunings.

Johnny5

Evertune works in all scale lengths.  I don't think you understand what the evertune is/does.  You still need to have the right string tension by balancing tuning w/ scale length and string gauge. If you go too light on strings w/ an evertune you have to get custom low tension modules. The reason to get a baritone has nothing to do with the reason to get an evertune and vice versa.  

The whole point of the evertune is to have a set tuning on the guitar and the bridge compensates for fluctuations that would normally cause you to go out of tune.  You can set it up so even bends or unevenly fretting each note in a chord won't cause variations in pitch.  

So who would want this? Anyone who understands the evertune and wants a 7 string baritone guitar. 

Stephen O.

What is the reason for using super light strings on this baritone model? I’ve looked on the EverTune site and if you want to drop tune with the stock string set you need low tension EverTune modules. What modules does this EverTune have? I wonder if a heavier string set should be stock for a baritone guitar if they are designed for alternate lower tunings? Especially as esp make other standard scale length 7 string guitars. Just wondering….

Tyson P.

I would love to see some more natural photos (i.e. not retouched studio pics) to get a better sense of how the pearl looks in more natural light. Is this something that could be provided? Or have you had any other guitars with the same finish that I could see pictures of? Thanks.

Todd B. ESP

Hi Tyson, Since this model is new we don't have a lot of photos to share with you at this time. Please understand that these photos are real photos and that the pearl is a very subtle finish. It will appear like a very very fine metallic white finish. These photos are only touched up in the sense that if there is a shadow or a spec of dust, those things are removed but what you see is the real finish.