I just saw it in the 2007 export catalog. You would have had the option to get the US or export shape. You probably have the standard model on page 31.
Most people don't realize this is the USA site. We didn't get the scythe model in 2007, so you won't see it in our catalogs. It was an export model that year. Go check out the catalogs on the Russian site.......MORE »
Tondog, just pick up a snakebyte and have a luthier replace the nut and inlay. I know someone.
Well, I've seen all kinds of variations of the KH-2. Someone tell James that sharing means caring. ......MORE »
That's probably a graphite nut, the kind I prefer. ESP will pretty much do anything (see the custom gallery) since they are very skilled. I think the snakebyte would look cool with just the snake inlay and no dots. I'm......MORE »
Thanks Road King. I know at the time I bought it that the neck thru model wasn't a standard run, that you had to custom order it, but I assume it got made in the standard factory and not a custom shop.
Well they didn't......MORE »
They didn't do the prefixes back then. It started in 2003 with the standard series (i.e. SS03). And then they added the signature series in 2005 or 2006. My guess is ESP guitars had to add more shops to keep up with demand.......MORE »
It was in a cardboard box. The rectifier tubes came out and shattered. The power tubes were likely damaged, and after playing for a short time, they started shorting. The fuse blows as soon as I switch it off standby. I......MORE »
No wristbands? Those straps look comfortable and well made, so I picked one up as well. I had one of those Pods ages ago. I actually recorded a cover of Mein Teil on it and it sounds like ass. My guess is he hooked headphones......MORE »
Looks much better with the reversed headstock. Plus you get a properly tight low E and a more bendable high E. I'm not sure why ESP ruins all of their guitars with the non-reversed one. I have GAS for that military green E-II......MORE »