Even if you're just getting started on guitar, there's no reason that you can't get into the ESP family right away with the EC-10. A great instrument for beginning electric guitar players, the EC-10 has a smooth, comfortable, thin U-shaped maple neck that will make it easier to get around to chords and scales all over the fingerboard with 24 extra-jumbo frets. It has a well-balanced and contoured basswood body that's good for playing while seated or standing. When you're ready to rock, the EC-10's ESP Designed LH-100 pickups are great for any genre of music you like to play. It also includes a gig bag case, making it easier to get to lessons and friend's houses. For learning, jamming, songwriting and more, the EC-10 is a terrific choice that you can afford today. Available in Black, Blue, and Red.

Construction Bolt-On
Scale 24.75"
Body Basswood
Neck Maple
Fingerboard Engineered Hardwood
Fingerboard Radius 350mm
Finish BLACK
Nut Width 42mm
Nut Type Molded
Neck Contour Thin U
Frets/Type 24 XJ
Hardware Color Chrome
Strap Button Standard
Tuners LTD
Bridge TOM & Tailpiece
Neck PU ESP LH-100N
Bridge PU ESP LH-100B
Electronics Passive
Electronics Layout Volume//Tone/Toggle Switch
Strings (.010/.013/.017/.026/.036/.046)
Case Included N
Purple Rose Guitars Sue

I just bought one and love it 

Virginia B.

I've had the guitar for two years and absolutely love it. The neck feels great in your hand, the color keeps a nice matte finish even after wear and tear. You can tell that despite the extremely affordable price that there is high-quality craftsmanship at play. I love this guitar, it's my first ever electric and has carried me from beginner to experienced. 

Jonathan Nesbitt

Probably the best starter guitar available.  Very smooth 24 fret neck, nice black finish. The esp designed pickups sound very nice in a mix. Overall ltd makes the best budget friendly guitars. 

Shane L.

After years of playing super entry level £50 Argos quality guitars I snagged one of these reduced to clear for £120 online in the older natural-black sunburst style (2014 I believe) and it was like I'd progessed massively overnight due to the playability of this guitar. It's light but solid and doesn't feel cheap, finish is immaculate and you genuinely can't fault its tone for the price. Body 'sings' nicely, tuners aren't fiddly and it holds tuning just fine. The ONLY issue I had with the guitar was (when brand new) the pickup selector didn't like to always work with the neck PU but after a bit of a fiddle/breaking it in it works fine now. Didn't even have to inspect the soldering. Probably (IMO) one of the best sub £200 Les Paul style guitars on the market. Will probably get an EC-256 in future purely because of how much I love this cheap but extremely cheerful little thing!

Triggz L.

I love the simplicity of this one. Imagine, if this is finished in vintage white with gold hardware, all mahogany construction, neck-through, 22 SS frets, duncan pups and made in Korea.. that would be a dream guitar right there!

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