ESP E-II SN-II Blue Natural Fade (Left-Handed) w/ Case (2021)

$ 1999.00

ESP E-II SN-II Blue Natural Fade (Left-Handed) w/ Case (2021)

The E-II SN-II is a Japan-built supercharged guitar for musicians who demand high performance in the studio or on stage. Based on the famous ESP Snapper shape, the E-II SN-II offers a classic bolt-on construction with an alder body and maple neck with ebony fingerboard. The guitar comes in an outstanding Blue Natural Fade finish over a burled maple top. Components on the E-II SN-II include a Floyd Rose Original bridge, strap locks, and Gotoh locking tuners. Its sound comes from a pair of Bare Knuckle Aftermath Battleworn pickups, perfect for modern sounds with accelerated bass response, crushing midrange, and precise high-end articulation.

This guitar is in Excellent condition. It is a left-handed E-II SN Series production model. This will ship with an ESP hard shell form fitting case.

The pictures in the listing are of the actual item, so please observe closely for an idea of the cosmetic condition.

Please see the photos for the blemish on the bass side binding

This guitar is fully functional and priced to sell!

Specifications:

Weight: 8.4lbs
Construction: Bolt-On
Scale: 25.5″
Body: Alder
Top: Burled Maple
Neck: Maple
Fingerboard: Ebony
Fingerboard Radius: 305mm
Finish/Type: Blue Natural Fade/Gloss, Natural Satin Neck
Nut Width: 42mm
Nut Type: Locking
Neck Contour: Thin U
Frets/Type: 24 XJ/Nickel-Silver
Hardware Color: Black
Tuners: Gotoh Locking
Bridge: Floyd Rose Original SE
Neck PU: Bare Knuckle Aftermath Battleworn
Bridge PU: Bare Knuckle Aftermath Battleworn
Electronics: Passive
Electronics Layout: Volume/Tone/3-Way Switch
Strings: Elixir Nanoweb Super Light (.009/.011/.016/.024/.032/.042)
Case: ST-1 GUITAR FORM FIT CASE

*Case is included

Please ask us any questions you may have before purchasing.

This model will be inspected by one of our professional Quality Control technicians before shipping.

This item is sold As-Described and cannot be returned unless it arrives in a condition different from how it was described or photographed.