Acclaimed Knives

I was able to follow up and Auston confirmed that you are correct. Thank you for the clarification and reply!

Todd B. ESP

Glad to hear that.

Acclaimed Knives

Thank you for your answer. 

In order to increase the chances of receiving a reply, I sent the same question to a number of sources at ESP.

Unfortunately, I received a different reply from Auston at ESP customer service. He told me that "Unfortunately, this is a production model that is already set to certain specifications. No modifications may be made when they are produced."

I emailed him using the form available on this website and I told him it was the kh-2 vintage guitar that I was asking about. My inquiry was copied word for word from the one in this comment section.

I was just wondering, do you know which answer is correct, yours or his?

By the way, I have sent the link to this page to him to show him that you had told me it should be possible.

Todd B. ESP

Please follow up with customer service email to continue this discussion. Yes our normal answer is that signature models come as is but sometimes we are willing to make a slight change, it all depends on which artist model and the requested changes. So the answer I gave you is correct in this case.

Acclaimed Knives

Hello

If I wanted this guitar as is WITHOUT the following: paint chips, pitting (or anything that makes it look damaged/worn down) would that be possible?

I like the sticker, label, inlays, signature and everything else EXCEPT for whatever makes it looks damaged/worn down.

That would be less work for your custom shop/luthiers and I'd STILL be WILLING TO PAY THE SAME PRICE regardless.

 

 

Todd B. ESP

Hi, Yes this should be no problem. Normally we don't allow changes to signature models but in this case it is doable. Please contact your favorite dealer if you wish to set this up.

Nathan O.

When did lefty production of this end? Found a few online but all are sold

Carl N.

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Renato M.

This model doesn't has scalloped frets? I've been watching "Metallica: Live in Salt Lake City, Utah - January 2, 1997" and it seems that kirk has scalloped frets, also on the kh-3

Carl N.

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